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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