trend downward

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Price index was forecast to hit the 8,000-point level, however, absence of trades on stocks of operational companies and dominance of small chips kept the trend downward.
Market observers analyzed that influenced by lingering European debt crisis, global economic growth would trend downward trend this year and international prices of agricultural and industrial raw materials, including wheat, soybean, sugar, cotton, rubber, copper, aluminum, lead, tin, etc.
Reversing a three-year trend downward, the number of undocumented Cubans intercepted at sea or who reached U.
Frac spreads for ethane will trend downward towards $5/mmbtu.
Net effective rents, which take into account concessions such as free rent and construction funding, are even lower, and will continue to trend downward for the next year or more.
The trend downward has been showing up in new orders, a leading indicator, for several months.
Polycarbonate pricing, however, continues to trend downward.
The charts also show that after the plant shut down for maintenance in late July, the data from the 70-screen setup became less variable and started to trend downward, similar to 100-screen data.
Leisure and hospitality held steady in September at 14,300, but is expected to trend downward.
The cost of networks and midtier disks continue to trend downward, as does the cost of replication software, even as their capacity and performance continue to increase.
After peaking in November 2001, the month the most recent recession ended, the number of initial claims has continued to trend downward.
Over the past decade, there has been some decline in enrolments, but numbers don't always trend downward.