There was a downturn in interest rates this week.
The building industry is experiencing a severe downturn in its workload.
The 1990s witnessed a sharp downturn in the party’s fortunes.
20 世纪90 年代是该党遭遇折的时期。
City manager John Tierney said the plans to redevelop and regenerate the city would not be held back despite the downturn in the building sector.
The downturn is something people here read about in the newspapers, according to Dhanna Singh, a member of the Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan (MKSS), a union of activists and farmers.
A bear market doesn't always signal a severe economic downturn.
By the same logic, a sharp downturn can shake confidence.
It was an economic downturn that affected markets around the world.
This downturn is costing thousands of workers their jobs.
Is a bank set up properly to respond to downturns?
That would be the largest economic downturn in the Middle East.
Her team expects a downturn, and further rate cuts, in 2020.
Well there's been a downturn in the last couple of months.
And we know Africa wasn't as affected by the economic downturn.
There were signs the economy was starting to go on a downturn.
As sharp as the downturn was, though, it was also very short.
Chinese trade not only helped Australia survive the global downturn.
But in a very severe downturn, fiscal policy might become much more effective.
You don't need a Ph.D. in economics to know we're in a deep downturn.
Relations between the two east-Asian nations have taken a downturn in the past few months.
But many black-owned businesses were forced to close during the economic downturn seven years ago.
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Be it a (inaudible) downturn that stops the record run.
And it leaves the Fed with far less ammunition to fight future downturns.
If these contractionary forces feed on themselves, Europe's downturn could be ghastly.
Economists, in contrast, barely ever see downturns coming. They failed to predict the 2007-08 financial crisis.