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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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"It wouldn't lead to boom and bust, it would lead to bust and bust," they said, adding backers of Mr Johnson's proposal for a no-deal emergency budget were "It it "economically illiterate".
Lahore -- PAAPAM requested secretary MOI for a meeting of the tractor industry stake holders, to deliberate upon the solutions to jump start the tractor industry, and look at ways to eliminate the phenomenon of boom and bust that has plagued this vital sector for 2 decades.
Firms involved in the commodities business have become able to adjust to the boom and bust cycles.
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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."
is organized around five cycles of boom and bust in the science and engineering workforce.
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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 1.01, even in the photo.
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.