Decide if the sentences describe an upward, horizontal or downward trend. 

1. The economy is at last beginning to recover.
2. Traffic reaches its peak between 8 and 9 in the morning.
3. Sales have levelled off after a period of rapid growth.
4. It's good to see a rally in shares on the stock market after such a weak start in January.
5. Profits slumped by over 50%.

Keep up the good work! 
6. House prices keep rising and falling but they should eventually even out.
7. Share prices surged on the news of the merger.
8. The company reported a small decline in its profits.
9. I hope my French will improve when I go to France.
10. The economic boom sent property prices skyrocketing.
11. They had hit a 52-week low of $18.25 last Friday.

Well done! You're almost there!
12. Share prices plummeted to an all-time low.
13. The workforce has been slashed by half.
14. The recession is finally beginning to show signs of bottoming out.


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