Definition of uptrend
: an upturn especially in business or economic activity
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Meanwhile, the selloff that has erased $250 billion from the value of tech shares is threatening to end the industry’s longest stretch of uptrend in more than two decades.
After a relatively cool period of weather from Monday through Wednesday, Chicago's temperatures will be on a considerable uptrend.
The decline of middle-skill employment and uptrend in low- and high-skill jobs could be among those structural issues.
IBM shares fell about 5 percent in after-hours trading, a retreat from a recent uptrend for the stock.
Seagate also benefited from a general uptrend in the disk-drive industry this year, paced by steady growth in the PC market as well as in network servers, analysts said.
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