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rebound

verb [I]
 
 
/rɪˈbaʊnd/
FINANCE if prices, shares, etc. rebound, they increase in value again after a period when they were going down in value: Cotton rebounded from declines early in the day to end at a higher price. Shares rebounded 18p to 379p yesterday.rebound from $18/6.5p/2.6% etc. The group posted a profit last year of $24.8 million, rebounding from a loss of $10.9 million the previous year. The Dow Jones Industrial Average slid as much as 53.64 to 5594.01, before rebounding to 5616.21.
ECONOMICS if an economy or a business activity rebounds, it improves after a difficult period of time: Tourism in the region is expected to rebound after last year's disastrous oil spill. Consumer confidence rebounded sharply in July, according to new figures released last week.the economy/sales/business rebounds Since the most recent downturn, the economy has rebounded, with unemployment below average.rebound from sth Shares have been rising for weeks amid speculation that the market for 18-wheel trucks is rebounding from a slump.
Translations of “rebound”
in Vietnamese nẩy lại…
in Spanish rebotar…
in Thai สะท้อนกลับ…
in Malaysian melantun…
in French rebondir…
in German zurückprallen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 彈回, 反彈, 跳回…
in Indonesian melenting…
in Russian отскакивать…
in Turkish çarpıp geri gelmek, çarpıp/vurup sekmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 弹回, 反弹, 跳回…
in Polish odbijać się…
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