Business Cycle

Business / Real Estate / Business Cycle: The wavelike movement of increasing and decreasing economic prosperity consisting of four phases: expansion, recession, contraction and revival.

Other Words for Business

Business Noun Synonyms: duty, function, occupation, calling, vocation, trade, profession, work, province, area, subject, topic, concern, affair, responsibility, role, charge, obligation
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Other Words for Cycle

Cycle Verb Synonyms: slow, methodical, careful, unhurried, paced, measured, regular, even, steady, sure, unhesitating, unfaltering, confident
Cycle Noun Synonyms: round, rotation, circle, course, series, sequence, run, succession, pattern
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Market Cycles

Business / Taxes / Market Cycles: Market cycles are the recurrent patterns of expansion and contraction that characterize the securities and real estate markets. While the pace of these recurrent cycles of gain and loss isn’t predic MORE

Market Cycle

Business / Finance / Market Cycle: The period between the two latest highs or lows of the S&P 500, showing net performance of a fund through both an up and a down market. A market cycle is complete when the S&P is 15% below the highest MORE

Lunation Cycle

Science / Astrology / Lunation Cycle: The Moon's phases relative to the Sun as it moves from one new Moon (Moon/sun conjunction) to the next; the time interval between two successive lunations (new Moons), approximately twenty-nine and on MORE

Lunar Cycle

Science / Tides and Currents / Lunar Cycle: An ambiguous expression which has been applied to various cycles associated with the Moon's motion. See Callippic cycle, Metonic cycle, node cycle, and synodical month. MORE

Megacycle Per Second (Mc)

Technology / Radar / Megacycle Per Second (Mc): A frequency of one million cycles per second. The equivalent term MEGAHERTZ (MHz) is now coming into more frequent use. MORE

Menstrual Cycle

Science / Biology / Menstrual Cycle: The recurring secretion of hormones and associated uterine tissue changes; typically 28 days in length. MORE

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