reaccelerate

reaccelerate

(ˌriːəkˈsɛləˌreɪt)
vb (intr)
formal to speed up again
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The analyst also believes Redfin's lower commission revenue model and use of technology to drive efficient, but great customer service will allow the company to reaccelerate its pace of market share gains in the second half of 2019 and early 2020 as it matures into its existing markets that enable networking effects to take place over time.
I am pleased with the progress we have made to position ourselves for growth in the second half of this year and into 2020, as the market begins to reaccelerate,' said Klein.
JPMorgan expects poor sentiment to weigh on shares until contract sales reaccelerate in a consistent way, which the sell-side firm does not expect to occur until 2020, Montour said in the downgrade note.
Snap's goal for 2019 is to reaccelerate revenue growth after a terrible 2018, but its first quarter outlook calls for a continued decline in the top-line growth rate.
Chinas stimulus efforts should help its growth to reaccelerate in the second half of the year, providing that trade frictions between it and the U.S.
price target to $170 from $190, he remains optimistic that the hamburger chain has time to make changes and reaccelerate same-store sales in the coming quarters.
'However, the risk is that capacity will again grow faster than demand as LCCs reaccelerate growth and pursue more strategic expansion.'
"The US is starting to reaccelerate, which should start to increase overall demand from these markets, which should increase earnings.
But where we are starting to see value, momentum would be in Asia because these economies started from the bottom and they are not going to reaccelerate very rapidly, particularly in China, India and Korea.
But where we are starting to see value, the momentum would be in Asia because these economies started from the bottom and they are not going to reaccelerate very rapidly, particularly in China, India and Korea.
"Syria-related instability and refugee costs could reaccelerate public debt accumulation and put upward pressure on the Lebanese yield curve.
Summary: IHS expects growth to reaccelerate in 2017