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Synonyms for upturn
ʌpˈtɜrn, ˈʌpˌtɜrn; ˈʌpˌtɜrnup·turn

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  1. upturnnoun

    an upward movement or trend as in business activity

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  1. List of paraphrases for "upturn":

    recovery, resumption, rebound, revival, boom, upswing

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  1. Chris Williamson:

    A modest upturn in the headline manufacturing PMI belies some more worrying undercurrents which point to potential weakness in coming months.

  2. Vandana Hari:

    Rising confidence in an upturn in economic and oil demand recovery around the corner is a major impetus for crude, right now, the concurrent tightening of supply due to the additional Saudi cuts is adding to the tailwinds.

  3. Ed Stansfield:

    A long overdue upturn in household formation, as more young adults leave the parental home, could provide a significant boost to home building over the coming years.

  4. Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn:

    It's precisely because these markets are volatile that you've got to be everywhere. If there's a few clouds in one place, you see an upturn somewhere else.

  5. Nick Golding:

    It appears we are seeing the first signs of supply chain struggles starting to hinder the upturn, the challenges highlighted have been caused in part by government policies as a direct result of Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemic.

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