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de·clin·ing

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  1. Declining

    of Decline

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of declining in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of declining in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of declining in a Sentence

  1. David Lummis:

    We had it declining by about 45%, which is crazy because we had never seen decline in that area of the market, which up until then had been growing by about 10% anually.

  2. Ninio Fetalvo:

    Regardless of what this flawed report says, Obamacare will continue to fail with or without a federal bailout, premiums are accelerating, enrollment is declining, and millions are seeing their options dwindling. This disastrous law has devastated the middle class, and must be repealed and replaced. Senate Republicans have repeatedly tried, but failed, to pass legislation that eliminates or overhauls Obama’s health care law. In a tweet last month, the president expressed frustration at the Senate’s inability to pass legislation to repeal ObamaCare and threatened to end health care.

  3. Mohannad Aama:

    I see 2016 being a year of flat to declining U.S. stocks because there are no catalysts to raise prices, there will not be any major catalysts to warrant a recession and by extension deep declines, but we don't see any catalysts for the upside either.

  4. Ilan Goldfajn:

    Leading and coincident indicators suggest that the declining trend in economic activity may last longer - and be stronger - than we expected.

  5. Tom Hayes:

    It’s very hard to get too pessimistic about downward revisions when you have three tailwinds at your back, namely the stimulus, the vaccinations and (declining coronavirus) cases, and earnings.

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