Its stock gained 12.5 cents yesterday to close at $39.875, and its year's return has shot up 122.86 percent.
Applications for freshman admission there have shot up 90 percent over the last five years.
Consumer credit shot up 11.1 percent in March, the biggest jump in three months.
The country's reserves, far from diminishing, have shot up 60 percent, to $32 billion, since August 1998.
The next day, the Nasdaq, after having dropped nearly 30 percent in the previous month, shot up 247 points, or 7.8 percent.
Compared to a year ago, though, the number of applications has shot up 176 percent.
Since he took over, Telecom's share price has shot up nearly 40 percent.
Since the clubs closed, property values have shot up 25 percent or more.
They're down a little one month, up the next, and then they shoot up more than 50 percent in a year.
Within three years, the publishing company's revenue shot up 300 percent.