Best of all, the upswing
in retail activity proves that New York is still alive and well, and a dynamic place to do business.
Property tax revenues earmarked for the general fund are expected to increase by 5 percent - from $80 million to $84 million - because real estate values are on the upswing
and construction is booming.
At the local market, all counters ended higher but the day's upswing
was led by the services, mining/oil and property counters, which all added over 1 percent.
3 percent in the September quarter, NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar assured that the economy is now on an upswing
Demand outpaced supply Abu Dhabi's hospitality industry during October, driven by the World Skills event and the upswing
in the tourist arrivals.
is launching AskUp, an asynchronous online tutoring platform that gives students access to online tutors at any time of the day, seven days a week at no cost to them.
30) that ends day three of the Cheltenham Festival, the pair look to have extremely good chances on the JP McManus-owned duo of Upswing
and Cause Of Causes.
BELLX1 have a new single The Upswing
, the first to be taken from their forthcoming seventh album which should be hitting the shelves soon.
JONJO O'Neill is a little wary about the Chepstow ground for Upswing
, but his fears can swiftly be allayed if he does what is expected of him in the Coral Welsh National.
will have to dig deep if he is to give trainer Jonjo O'Neill and owner JP McManus their third win in Saturday's marathon Coral Welsh Grand National.
Since the beginning of the current house price upswing
in mid-2012, nationwide house prices have risen 33 percent--underpinned by rapid house price inflation in Auckland and post-earthquake accommodation shortages in Christchurch, but more modest house price inflation elsewhere (figure 1).
Global Banking News-September 16, 2015--Denmark's central bank expecting economic upswing
The daily price of an OPEC barrel is definitely on the upswing
commercial property market is on the upswing
after a predicted collapse that never quite happened.