an upward movement or trend as in business activity
an upward turn or trend, especially in business activity or profit
to turn (something) up or over
to turn up; to direct upward; to throw up; as, to upturn the ground in plowing
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
up-turn′, v.t. to turn up or upward: to throw up.—v.i. to turn up.—n. Uptur′ning, the act of throwing up.
turnup, turn up
The numerical value of upturn in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of upturn in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
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These downturns provide pretty extraordinary opportunities to deploy capital, to kind of reposition ourselves for the next upturn, that's what were looking to do.
A long overdue upturn in household formation, as more young adults leave the parental home, could provide a significant boost to home building over the coming years.
Business picked up especially towards the end of the month, when the impact of bad weather on the East Coast and port delays on the West Coast began to clear, which suggests this may be a temporary upturn.
Alongside the upturn signaled by the sister ‘flash’ manufacturing PMI survey, the improved performance of the service sector in February means the economy looks to be enjoying yet another spell of robust growth in the first quarter.
Business investment needs to revive for the upturn to be truly sustainable, at the moment, the growth outlook appears to be largely reliant on households benefiting from falling prices and higher wages, the latter being far from guaranteed.
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