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Abated, an ancient technical term applied in masonry and metal work to those portions which are sunk beneath the surface, as in inscriptions where the ground is sunk round the letters so as to leave the letters or ornament in relief. From 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica
The numerical value of abated in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of abated in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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Inflationary pressures have abated, which will help the argument that interest rate hikes can be delayed.
Although the market seems fragile... it feels like factors impacting the markets in the first quarter have abated.
The anxiety over the Fed meeting has abated for now, with the Fed using that word 'patient', you had the beginning of the proverbial Santa Claus rally.
The massive redemptions that occurred in 2014 and in the opening of 2015 have largely abated, and short-term rates haven't started rising yet so increased retail buying hasn't begun in earnest.
The TSX seems to be following last year's trading pattern, when we saw a strong surge in the second half of December, while it may be too optimistic to expect a repeat of that performance, tax-loss selling pressure has abated, and we are seeing some interest in commodity producers, especially gold miners.
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