subtrend

subtrend

(ˈsʌbˌtrɛnd)
n
a minor or secondary trend within or simultaneous with a larger one
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If there's a subtrend to food pilgrimage, it's this: Craft beers are killing it.
Yellen critics say that the time to have begun exiting has already passed, but persistent subtrend growth and subtarget inflation raises serious questions.
Raj Sharma, president and CEO at 3CLogic, adds that a subtrend on this front is to use a contact center model of what he refers to as ffonters and closers.
One interesting subtrend that warrants monitoring is the intersection of open source search with open source customer relationship management (CRM) systems.
Third, given the values of the factors in 2009Q2, the DFM predicts 6 quarters of subtrend employment growth following the 2009Q2 trough.
The consensus also calls for subtrend growth in the fourth quarter and for the first half of 2011.
Each subtrend produces a major impact with its own problems, consequences and business opportunities or threats.
A subtrend to Online Oxygen is ECommerce: The Sequel.
It is worth noting that the former two appreciation episodes were marked with undershooting of the CNB's inflation targets and by subtrend economic growth (see section III).
This means we should expect a prolonged period of subtrend growth if we're to return to the long-run average.
trade and current account deficit, made the United States vulnerable to excessive optimism from international investors, allowed other countries to survive on old export economies and as a result of all these factors contributed to the era of subtrend growth that has characterized the post-bubble environment.