other words for rebound
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“A lot of the market rebound is based on the premise of continued stimulus,” Edward Jones’ Nela Richardson recently told Fortune.
Over the next two months, even with a slight rebound, spending remained more than 80% lower than it had been year over year.
They examined the performance of value compared to the overall market during six previous downturns and the rebounds that followed.
Like bringing the ball up — you’ll see, I’ll grab that rebound, and the point guard’s telling me, you push the ball up.
So, the order has to be buckle down, eight weeks, open school safely so that you don’t get a rebound and then everything should take off.
Holger Schmieding, chief economist of Germany’s Berenberg Bank, told the New York Times the consumer rebound has been stronger than expected.
For example, a player’s defense score combines counts of their defensive rebounds, blocks and steals.
His movements had the elasticity of the panther; blows seemed to rebound from his body without doing him harm.
It was a matter of common experience that gentlemen's hearts were thus caught on the rebound.
Moreover, the same amount of money put out in cash instead of time would in many cases have rebound it.
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