• WordNet 3.6
    • n runup a substantial increase over a relatively short period of time "a runup in interest rates","market runups are followed by corrections"
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In news:

Despite the recent market runup, you can still find cheap blue chips with above-average investment potential.
Threats of violence in the Congo have intensified in the runup to the presidential election.
Oil prices took a slight step back Thursday, but crude has seen a large runup this week as the political upheaval in Libya curtails production from the North African country.
Or is just more political hyperbole in the runup to next year's election.
Wendy Long, NY GOP Fundraising, Bashing Kirsten Gillibrand In November Runup .
Bono Mack's 'October Surprise' Fizzles In Runup To Election.
In runup to Republican caucus, Santorum tours southern Missouri.
Runup in Farmland Prices Fueled by Profits, Low Interest Rates.
RunUp to the Runway fashion show.
The RunUp to the Runway fashion show took place at the Milwaukee Art Museum on Friday.
Energy analyst Daniel Yergin tells Congress that trading does play a role in crude's overheated runup - but not the only one.
Whatever you want to say about President Obama, you have to give him some credit for one thing: He's not afraid to stir the pot in the runup to the 2012 election.
This week's USDA report could be a precursor to another runup in corn prices, spelling bad times for an ethanol industry looking to get off the ground.
Lane said a lack of new products and the recession figured into the Hummer equation much more than last year's runup in gasoline prices.
Runup in Farmland Prices Fueled by Profits, Low Interest Rates.