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Like all geological boundaries, it will take time to find our way to stability.
It also means more economic stability, which helps populations weather a storm—whatever form the next one may take.
“The plan has added a level of stability and has been a positive for Maine,” he said.
You want to see this chart flat-lining—a sign of market stability—not climbing.
Some 80% of world trade now flows through countries with declining political stability scores, as measured by the World Bank.
During the supercritical startup stage of a company’s development, business leaders must manage through a time of high growth and tremendous potential, but often are lacking in resources and established norms that provide stability and consistency.
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One reason why many analysts expect higher inflation is simply because central banks, the guardians of price stability in the low-inflation era, are more willing than ever to let it rise.
Marketers don’t expect things to stop changing but they are looking to feel confident — and find stability.
It was thus obvious to most that financial stability of the banking sector and economic growth in India were at risk.
In any social movement, then, change and alteration in a new direction must be balanced against the demands of social stability.

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