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(1) The economy is experiencing an upturn.
(2) Sales are on the upturn.
(3) Her luck seems to have taken an upturn / to be on the upturn.
(4) They do not expect an upturn in the economy until the end of the year.
(5) Experts have forecast an upturn in the stock market.
(6) There are signs of an upturn in the economy.
(7) Their fortunes have taken an upturn.
(8) Their fortunes have taken an upturn in recent months.
(9) The restaurant trade is on the upturn.
(10) This upturn in the country's economy is a splendid signpost to the future.
(11) Investors should not expect a sharp upturn in the economy.
(12) There has been a modest upturn in most parts of the industry.
(13) Motor industry analysts say Rover's upturn is partly down to efforts to improve its image.
(14) The upturn in aviation traffic will help lift demand for commercial aircraft.
(15) Shop sales grew again in May, but the upturn was relatively modest.
(16) The knitwear trade is on the upturn and can probably survive without him.
(17) The danger of an upturn in inflation was highlighted today in figures showing the price of goods leaving the factory gate.
(18) Yet the medical profession, seeing no upturn in the incidence of cancer, breathed a sigh of relief. Sentencedict.com
(19) But the group warned that the upturn would not be enough to reverse the rising trend in unemployment.
(20) We expect an increase in demand when the economic upturn eventually comes.
(21) However, Mr Lamont wants to stay at the Treasury to oversee the long-awaited economic upturn.
(22) Despite some encouraging economic trends there is as yet no confirmed upturn in activity, and any recovery will be fragile.
(23) New figures yesterday showed the first signs of an upturn in the economy.
(24) Their enthusiasm started wearing thin after half an hour or so, but would none the less have generated an incredible upturn in business.
(25) Yet he is loath to part with skilled people who could prove difficult to replace come the upturn.
(26) It gives him a guarantee against a falling market, but also allows him to benefit from an upturn.
(27) Once again, in his autumn statement yesterday, the Chancellor of the Exchequer was forecasting an economic upturn.
(28) Only in the last two years have we seen signs of an economic upturn.
(29) It is not yet clear though whether this marks the beginning of a sustained upturn or an aberrant blip on the graph.
(30) It will raise fresh worries for the Government that the much hoped-for consumer spending upturn remains beyond the horizon.
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