2016年5月29日 星期日

steep rebound by small-cap, on the rebound, renewed effort/focus

 Xi Jinping's crackdown on corruption meant fewer businessmen schmoozing over bottles of baijiu—which hit sales hard. But the booze is making a comeback





The Elk River in Charleston, W.Va. A coal-processing chemical spill last week cut off water to more than 300,000 people. Critics Say Chemical Spill Highlights Lax West Virginia Regulations

By CORAL DAVENPORT and ASHLEY SOUTHALL

The chemical spill in West Virginia has brought renewed focus on the state's troubled history of environmental disasters.


Saudi Arabia's Renewed Political Influence Counters Tehran
Saudi Arabia's traditional clout over Middle East politics appears to be on the rebound, after years of frustration in Riyadh over Iran's regional ascendancy.


Obama Woos CEOs as Frictions Ease
Obama will convene a one-day summit of corporate CEOs Wednesday, in a renewed effort to build support among business leaders for his economic agenda.


Corning expects to be profitable this quarter amid rebounding demand for glass used in LCD televisions. It now sees glass volumes falling about 5% this quarter, instead of 25%.



on the rebound INFORMAL
unhappy and confused because a close, romantic relationship of yours has recently finished:
Five months after Nick had left her, she married another man on the rebound.



Why Are Small Fish Still Biting?
The recent steep rebound by small-cap U.S. stocks belies fundamentals and shows why many are having a hard time picking market winners.


steep rebound by small-cap 小資本公司股市大反彈



rebound 
verb [I]
1 to bounce back after hitting a hard surface

2 If one of your actions rebounds on you, it does not have its desired effect but has an unpleasant effect on you instead:
His continual demands for sympathy rebounded on him because his friends finally stopped listening.

rebound Show phonetics
noun [C or U]
when something rebounds:
I hit the ball on the rebound (= after it had hit the wall or ground once).

renew

Pronunciation: /rɪˈnjuː/
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verb

[with object]
  • 1resume (an activity) after an interruption:the parents renewed their campaign to save the school
  • re-establish (a relationship):he had renewed an acquaintance with MacAlister
  • repeat (a statement):detectives renewed their appeal for witnesses to contact them
  • 2 (usually as adjective renewed) give fresh life or strength to:she would face the future with renewed determination
  • extend the period of validity of (a licence, subscription, contract, etc.):her contract had not been renewed
  • 3replace (something that is broken or worn out):a generator was replaced and filters were renewed

Derivatives




renewer

noun

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