Examples of steepen in a Sentence
The path steepened as we approached the summit.
A large glacier steepened the side of the mountain.
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This week's Treasury auctions have underwhelmed, raising the possibility that the debt selloff could steepen.
But, a familiar bugaboo probably will steepen San Diego’s odds.
The angle steepened, ending in small vertical drops.
So why did the market ignore the BOE’s warnings, causing the yield curve to flatten rather than steepen?
So, again, this is where, as global growth takes off and other things happen, hopefully the yield curve will start to unflatten, right, to steepen.
In one case, a trader executed large futures blocks in a bet the curve from seven to 30 years would steepen.
The Ohio Incumbent Workforce Training Voucher Program is back for 2018, and it is designed exactly for businesses like your own—those with ever-steepening learning curves and employee training challenges.
While some observers attributed the move to investor expectations for even deeper cuts from OPEC, others said the drop steepened as algorithms hopped on the trend.
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