Upturn

Upturn,

Definition of Upturn:

  1. Upward shift in an economic-cycle such as from recession to steady-state or expansion. A stock market is in upturn when it changes from a bear market to a bull market. Opposite of downturn.

Synonyms of Upturn

Access, Accession, Accretion, Accrual, Accruement, Accumulation, Addition, Advance, Aggrandizement, Amplification, Appreciation, Ascent, Augmentation, Ballooning, Bloating, Boom, Boost, Bottoming out, Broadening, Buildup, Business cycle, Business fluctuations, Bust, Capsizal, Capsize, Careen, Clamor, Cock up, Convulsion, Cooling off, Crescendo, Crisis, Culbute, Culbuter, Depression, Development, Downturn, Economic cycle, Economic expansion, Economic growth, Edema, Elevation, Enlargement, Expanding economy, Expansion, Extension, Ferment, Flood, Gain, Greatening, Growth, Gush, High growth rate, Hike, Increase, Increment, Inflation, Jump, Keel over, Leap, Low, Market expansion, Mounting, Multiplication, Outcry, Overset, Overthrow, Overturn, Peak, Peaking, Productiveness, Proliferation, Prosperity, Raise, Recession, Recovery, Revolution, Rise, Slope up, Slowdown, Slump, Snowballing, Somersault, Somerset, Spill, Spread, Subversion, Subvert, Surge, Swelling, Tip over, Topple over, Topsy-turvify, Topsy-turvy, Trend upwards, Tumescence, Tumult, Turn a somersault, Turn over, Turn topsy-turvy, Turn turtle, Turn up, Turn upside down, Turnover, Up, Upbend, Upcast, Upcurve, Upheaval, Upping, Upset, Upsurge, Upsweep, Upswing, Uptrend, Waxing, Widening

Meaning of Upturn & Upturn Definition