boom-bust

Related to boom-bust: Boom-Bust Cycle

boom-bust

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boom and bust

adj
(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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The bank also said that such a development would lead to boom-bust cycles, sink house prices and weaken banks.
What last Sunday's drawn game showed was that Kildare's boom-bust tendencies remain as robust as ever.
Crude Volatility: The History and the Future of Boom-Bust Oil Prices, ROBERT MCNALLY.
The consequential and resultant boom-bust scenarios have not displaced this imaginary narrative.
Generation Wealth, 18, PS15.99 DOCUMENTARY filmmaker Lauren Greenfield explores how the boom-bust cycles of the global economy impact on our insatiable hunger for designer labels and material possessions.
The government's Economic Recovery Program, supported by the IMF, aims to stabilize the economy, reduce the fiscal deficit and debt, rebuild foreign exchange reserves, introduce measures to mitigate the boom-bust cycle and promote sustainable and inclusive growth.
Louis, and Aaron Hedlund, University of Missouri, "Housing Finance, Boom-Bust Episodes, and Macroeconomic Fragility"
Elections are no longer a major factor in Philippine economic performance, economists said, allowing the country to stay away from 'boom-bust' growth cycles seen in previous administrations.
Sub-indices for production and new orders came in at 54 and 53.4, respectively, down from 54.3 and 53.6 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.
Aldar CEO Talal Al-Dhiyebi said: "The acquisition of International Tower clearly demonstrates our belief in the strength of Abu Dhabi's commercial real estate market." 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.