mini-boom

mini-boom

n
a brief period of strong economic growth
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But the escape has caused a mini-boom for Go Fish angling shop in Stornoway.
To be fair, billionaire Trump has actually secured substantial financial and economic gains for America, from a manufacturing mini-boom to a rise in median household income and record-low unemployment claims, among others.
Between 1971 and 1973, there was an artificial mini-boom where house prices rose by almost three-quarters.
SWATHES of the Midlands are seeing a "mini-boom" in house prices - rising at more than double the national average rate.
EXPERTS have revealed the West Midlands is seeing a "mini-boom" in house price growth.
The figures come as it was revealed swathes of central England are seeing a "mini-boom" in house price growth,with prices rising at more than double the national average rate.
The big boom in refinance loans was 2012-2013 with a mini-boom in 2015.
"To try to understand the scale of the likely post-referendum mini-boom, we have investigated the scale of the investment shortfall carefully and attempted to analyse how much of this investment might bounce back during the rest of the year after the vote."
And the REA is offering Irish sellers the chance to cash in on this mini-boom by registering for the New York Property Exhibition.
KIRKLEES Council has welcomed a mini-boom in stall holders at Queensgate Market.
With the vast majority of home buyers who are liable to pay stamp duty facing lower costs under the new system, some commentators predict that the market could be set for a mini-boom in the New Year as more people are encouraged to move.
The latest eruption of the Mayon volcano could result in a mini-boom, suggest the local tourist industry, as many visitors wanted to see the famous cone of the Mayon.