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re·bound·ed

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of rebounded in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of rebounded in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

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  1. Loretta Mester:

    Payroll growth slowed considerably in May, raising the question of whether we were at the start of a reversal from the considerable progress that's been made in labor markets, or whether the weak reading was the type of transitory change we typically see during expansions, hiring rebounded in June, alleviating that concern.

  2. Peter Jankovskis:

    Speculation that that is finally going to cause the ECB to move forward with some aggressive quantitative easing explained the rally in Europe, and U.S. futures rebounded on that as well.

  3. Joseph Palamar:

    Decreases in use during the early months of Covid are meaningful, but we need to keep in mind that use of some drugs rebounded, for example, we found that seizures of marijuana and methamphetamine decreased after the start of Covid, and then rebounded to a much higher rate later in the year.

  4. Angela Gittens:

    In previous years there was a marked divergence in growth between airports located in emerging markets and those in advanced economies. That is, the mature markets of North America and Europe experienced modest growth levels whereas the major emerging economies such as BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) posted significant gains year after year, however, Europe and North America have rebounded in 2014, which resulted in a form of convergence in growth rates across the regions.

  5. Norihiro Fujito:

    It looks like the market has hit the bottom for now after assets which have been sold, such as oil and the dollar, rebounded, but we still need to take our time to assess the market condition carefully.

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