recession

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} durgunluk (piyasa)
{i} ekon. durgunluk
çekilme/durgunluk
(Ticaret) ekonomik duraklama
düşüş iktisadi durgunluk
{i} gerileme

Dünya ekonomisi şimdi gerileme döneminde. - The world economy is in recession now.

{i} geri çekilme
geri çekilme,iktisadi durgunluk
düşüş
(Askeri) kıyı gerilemesi
(Diş Hekimliği) dişeti çekilmesi
(Ticaret) ekonomik durgunluk

Yazılım şirketi ekonomik durgunluk sürecinde büyük başarısızlığa uğradı. - The software company collapsed during the recession.

Banka ekonomik durgunluk sırasında çöktü. - The bank collapsed during the recession.

{i} düşüş (fiyat)
{i} girinti
azalma
(işlerde) durgunluk
resesyon

Resesyon sonsuza dek sürmeyecek. - The recession won't last forever.

(Hukuk) durgunluk

Bankalar önümüzdeki durgunluk için nasıl hazırlanabilirler? - How can banks prepare for the next recession?

Amerikan ekonomisi bir durgunluk yaşadı. - The American economy suffered a recession.

recession of a glacier
(Jeoloji) buzulun geri çekilmesi
recession of shoreline
(Çevre) denizel çekilme
recessions
durgunluk

Bu yasa ekonomik durgunlukların olumsuz etkilerini hafifletir. - This law mitigates the negative effects of economic recessions.

Ekonomistler gerçekten olduğundan daha fazla durgunluk tahmin ettiler. - Economists have predicted five of the last three recessions.

domestic recession
iç ekonomik durgunluk
economic recession
ekonomik gerileme
beat recession
durağanlığı yenmek
recessionary
durgunluk
speed of recession
çekilme hızı
İngilizce - İngilizce
A period of reduced economic activity

Statisticians often define a recession as negative, real GDP growth during two consecutive quarters.

The act or an instance of receding
The ceremonial filing out of clergy and/or choir at the end of a church service
A period of no or negative economic growth and high unemployment
A period during which unemployment rises and total buying power declines p 49
{n} the act of retreating or departing, the act of ceding back
the act of becoming more distant
the state of the economy declines; a widespread decline in the GDP and employment and trade lasting from six months to a year
Right to treat a contract as if it never existed; rescind contract rights; generally appropriate in cases of fraud and misrepresentation
a small concavity
the act of ceding back
a procession out of a church
A decline in total physical output that lasts six consecutive months or more A growth recession is marked by a six month or longer slowdown (but no decline) in growth rate
A recession is a period when the economy of a country is doing badly, for example because industry is producing less and more people are becoming unemployed. The oil price increases sent Europe into deep recession. a difficult time when there is less trade, business activity etc in a country than usual. Downward trend in the business cycle characterized by a decline in production and employment, which in turn lowers household income and spending. Even though not all households and businesses experience actual declines in income, they become less certain about the future and consequently delay making large purchases or investments. Consumers buy fewer durable household goods, and businesses are less likely to purchase machinery and equipment and more likely to use up existing inventory instead of adding goods to their stock. This drop in demand leads to a corresponding fall in output and thus worsens the economic situation. Whether a recession develops into a severe and prolonged depression depends on a number of circumstances. Among them are the extent and quality of credit extended during the previous period of prosperity, the amount of speculation permitted, the ability of government monetary and fiscal policies to reverse (or minimize) the downward trend, and the amount of excess productive capacity. Compare depression
A time of less business activity, usually lasting at least three quarters of the year or nine months
A short-term decline in national business activity, usually lasting for at least three consecutive quarters of a fiscal year Recessions are characterized by rising unemployment rates and falling rates of production, capital investment, and economic growth, but these declines are not as severe nor as persistent as those that occur in depressions
(1) A continuing landward movement of the shoreline (2) A net landward movement of the shoreline over a specified time
A period of zero or negative economic growth and high unemployment
two consecutive quarters of a year during which GDP falls
A period of general economic decline, part of the usual business cycle
A temporary downturn in economic activity, usually indicated by two consecutive quarters of a falling GDP
Usually indicated by two consecutive quarters of a falling GDP, which represents a temporary downturn in economic activity
The act of receding or withdrawing, as from a place, a claim, or a demand
{i} slow economy, period characterized by a decline in the gross domestic product during two or more consecutive quarters; ebb, decline; withdrawal, act of receding
the withdrawal of the clergy and choir from the chancel to the vestry at the end of a church service the state of the economy declines; a widespread decline in the GDP and employment and trade lasting from six months to a year
A decline in business activity Often defined as two consecutive quarters with a real fall in GNP
When demand in the economy decreases, prices of goods and services also decrease, resulting in a slowdown of the economy When this slowdown becomes a long-term decline, this is known as a depression
period during which the total output of the economy declines
A period when business production, employment and earnings fall below levels which the economy is capable of achieving A period when national income declines for two or more consecutive 3-month periods
The act of ceding back; restoration; repeated cession; as, the recession of conquered territory to its former sovereign
A decline in total physical output that lasts six consecutive months or more A growth recession is marked by a six-month or longer slowdown (but no decline) in the growth rate
the withdrawal of the clergy and choir from the chancel to the vestry at the end of a church service
A phase of the business cycle extending from a peak to the next trough--usually lasting six months to a year--and characterized by widespread declines in output, income, employment, and trade in many sectors of the economy Real GDP usually falls in a recession See business cycle [Back to top]
A downturn in economic activity on a large scale, such as in the U S economy The Commerce Department defines a recession as two or more quarters of decline in output, as measured by Gross National Product (GNP) or Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
Two consecutive quarters (six months total) of the economy not doing very well
A downturn in economic activity, broadly defined by many economists as at least two consecutive quarters of decline in a nation's gross domestic product (GDP) BACK TO TOP
Downturn in economic activity, defined by many economists as at least two consecutive quarters of decline in a country's Gross Domestic Product
That phase in the business cycle in which the pace of economic growth slows Real GDP falls for two consecutive quarters six months to recorded as a recession
a decline in real GDP that lasts for at least six months (chapter 5)
economic recession
period of time when the economic situation is not good
recessionary
Recessionary means relating to an economic recession or having the effect of creating a recession. Reduced interest rates would help ease recessionary pressures in the economy. relating to a recession or likely to cause one
recessionary
of or pertaining to a recession
recessionary
Of or relating to a recession
recessions
plural of recession
recession