Definitions for uptickˈʌpˌtɪk

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. uptick(noun)

    a transaction in the stock market at a price above the price of the preceding transaction

Wiktionary

  1. uptick(Noun)

    A small change upwards or increase in something that has been steady or declining.

  2. uptick(Noun)

    A stock market transaction or quote at a price above a preceding one.

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Rob Eggebrecht:

    We've seen a huge uptick in opportunistic exfiltration of high-value data, dIZZYING RATE.

  2. Kevin Holtsberry:

    We have seen an uptick in applications and we are seeing an increase in successful outcomes.

  3. Brian Pow:

    (The market's) just trying to figure a timing on when we might see an uptick in interest rates.

  4. Joseph Bresee:

    It's clear that we are on the uptick now and I expect that will continue for the next few weeks.

  5. Brian Culpepper:

    I expect that you're going to see an uptick in those types of attacks, open borders is a huge problem.

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