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How to use the word stabilising in a Sentence?

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We should start with stabilising employment, because we can boost incomes of ordinary people only when employment is secured.

Xu Hongcai

Found on Reuters
2 years ago

There are a lot of one-offs(...) so we're not getting too carried away with it, but we are stabilising our relationship with customers and are rebuilding what is a supertanker.

Rupert Soames

Found on Reuters
7 years ago

EM fixed income benchmarks are giving double digit returns so there is a lot of appetite out there to chase those returns higher still, post-BOJ there is a small pullback but it's concentrated on oil-centred emerging markets and the market seems confident the low-yield environment and stabilising emerging growth is consistent with EM assets holding up.

Manik Narain

Found on Reuters
7 years ago

Falling gasoline stocks and a renewed decline in U.S. oil production would contribute to stabilising oil prices.

Carsten Fritsch

Found on Reuters
7 years ago

The possibility that China is stabilising is reassuring markets after a torrid couple of months at the beginning of the year.

Lorne Baring

Found on Reuters
7 years ago

The outlook for Asian seaborne thermal coal markets is starting to show signs of stabilising after a period of weakness driven by Chinese import contraction.

New Hope

Found on Reuters
7 years ago

We have been hit by a steady spate of bad news since the year began and I think the markets will remain in a state of flux in the near term until we see global bank shares stabilising.

Francois Perrin

Found on Reuters
7 years ago

The main issue is the accumulated interest over the past decade has been so large. With Argentina's FX reserves stabilising, there is perhaps less urgency for the government to agree to a deal with the holdouts.

Edward Glossop

Found on Reuters
7 years ago

It's not wise to fight PBOC, a stabilising yuan would help recover confidence in Chinese stocks.

Yang Hai

Found on Reuters
7 years ago

Investors are worried that a big miner might default ...this is impacting metals, its a sentiment thing. The fundamentals are getting better ... China is stabilising.

Gianclaudio Torlizzi

Found on Reuters
7 years ago

We don't think China is out of the woods yet but at the margins things could be stabilising., that provides some comfort.

Ayesha Akbar

Found on Reuters
7 years ago

The situation is slowly stabilising ... we have many people with burns, intoxicated with smoke and people squashed.

Deputy Interior Minister Raed Arafat

Found on Reuters
7 years ago

The power usage, rail freight, as well as real estate prices and turnover have all improved into August, indicating the economy is stabilising amid fluctuations, the economy is expected to maintain steady growth and we are able to achieve annual economic growth target.

National Development and Reform Commission

Found on Reuters
8 years ago

There is still too much uncertainty in the markets and investors would be watching developments in Greece and China very carefully before jumping in, chinese authorities wouldn't want to trigger a meltdown which would spook investors and we may see more market stabilising measures on the way.

Karine Hirn

Found on Reuters
8 years ago

Chinese authorities wouldn't want to trigger a meltdown which would spook investors and we may see more market stabilising measures on the way.

Karine Hirn

Found on Reuters
8 years ago

On the face of it, the oil price appears to be stabilising. What a precarious balance it is, however, behind the fa├žade of stability, the rebalancing triggered by the price collapse has yet to run its course, and it might be overly optimistic to expect it to proceed smoothly.

The IEA

Found on Reuters
8 years ago

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