boom-bust

Related to boom-bust: Boom-Bust Cycle

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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Investor concerns on purchasing private sector stock have clearly abated especially with developers who survived both boom-bust cycles in Dubai.
Ateneo de Manila University EagleWatch senior research fellow Alvin Ang said the Philippines has already escape the boom-bust cycle of economic growth as early as 2000.
6 last month, but well above the boom-bust line of 50.
Coal families in rural areas have significant experience with the boom-bust cycle," says lead author Michael Betz.
Like other big property developers in the UAE, Aldar wants to boost its recurring revenues instead of focusing on land and building sales, in an effort to reduce its exposure to boom-bust shocks.
However, it's not too early for them to start thinking about how to respond in a manner that might free us from the boom-bust cycles that we seem to be experiencing every 10 years.
Buying patterns in many instances show that there is actually less bulk buying than was the case in the first boom-bust scenario; the number of investors in the market continues to tick up steadily and unlike the last cycle, there has been far fewer cases of developer defaults.
Labours housing package will stabilise house prices, avoid the boom-bust cycle, increase the number of houses being built, and provide stability to the sector, says Phil Twyford.
Efforts to tame the boom-bust cycle through the control of prices and production have repeatedly broken down.
Any reading above the boom-bust 50 points line indicates the economy is expanding.
In this paper, which marks the commencement of a large project studying investor psychology, the authors show that this intuition naturally yields boom-bust financial cycles.
Glenn Stevens, governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, said that a boom-bust cycle in house prices would not augur well for the economy.