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'Growth in exports of goods and services also slowed as a result of lackluster global trade and economic activity, and the downturn in the electronics cycle.
Apple recently revised its revenue guidance for the holiday quarter downwards, citing weak demand in the Chinese market as the main driver behind its lackluster performance.
Lahore [Pakistan], Jan 22 ( ANI ): Even as Basant Panchmi, the festival marking the onset of spring, is celebrated with great pomp and show, the occasion remains lackluster in Pakistan.
The report indicated that the lackluster atmosphere remained prevalent on the market, where small chips were targeted in selective trades and speculation, thus impacting positively on the price index, pushing it upward.
Sameer Gupta, Managing Director, Jakson Group said, "Despite a lackluster economy, we ended the recently concluded financial year with sizeable orders from our EPC Business Division on the back of our strong footprint in the power solutions business.
Worcester is a lackluster city with an equally lackluster City Council.
Corruption, poor public services, rising prices and lackluster growth during the past two years are among the widespread complaints.
Summary: MUMBAI, India -- India's Tata Motors reported a 10 percent rise in quarterly net profit Wednesday, as the strong global performance of Jaguar Land Rover masked lackluster results from Tata's core brand.
Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti was fired after his team's season ended in lackluster fashion on Sunday with a 1-0 loss at Everton.
Several new developments have changed marketing teams in recent months, reviving the debate about whether marketing or prices are to blame for lackluster sales.
Summary: A lackluster week of British fundamental data made the Pound the worst performer among all G10 currencies through recent trade, and a technical break below...
By the late 1990s, after more than 270 performances, the visual splendor of Nureyev's production had faded and the dancing had become lackluster. A 2004 revival, supervised by Karen Kain, was supposedly the last.