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boom-bust

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boom and bust

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(Economics) economics relating to a supposed cycle in which periods of prosperity and growth alternate with periods of recession
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boom-bust

[ˈbuːmˈbʌst] boom-and-bust [ˈbuːməndˈbʌst] ADJ (Econ) [economy, market] → con grandes altibajos
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Firms involved in the commodities business have become able to adjust to the boom and bust cycles.
Frankel's words, published just after the end of World War Two, are a perfect description of the subsequent boom and bust in oil during the 1970s and early 1980s, and again between 2004 and 2016.
Explaining boom and bust cycles purely through volatility in expectations has important policy implications.
For too long emigration has been the price for the failed boom and bust policies of their parties.
Teitelbaum walks his readers through five postwar cycles of boom and bust in the science and engineering workforce, which he argues have been driven to a large extent by political machinations set in motion by labor shortage claims (claims that have been almost universally rejected by economists studying the issue).
Home on the Range No More: The Boom and Bust of a Wyoming Uranium Mining Town, 1957-1988.
MARCUS Tregoning is due to have at least one representative in the William Hill Lincoln at Doncaster on Saturday week with Bronze Angel and Boom And Bust in the frame for the first major handicap of the season.
The feature mile conditions stakes saw a prolonged threeway battle between odds-on favourite Boom And Bust, Bancnuanaheireann and Mister Music, in which none of the three traded at Betfair's minimum price of 1.
BOOM And Bust can surely enjoy his moment in the sun as he dips in class for the Bathwick Tyres Somersetshire Conditions Stakes at Bath.
But the spectacular boom and bust of the housing market during the first decade of the twenty-first century, and millions of foreclosed homeowners, have made it clear that housing is no different from any other asset in its ability to climb and to crash.
Boom and bust banking; the causes and cures of the great recession.