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fluctuation

f luhk chooh ay shuhn

  • n  a wave motion
    the fluctuations of the sea
  • n  an instance of change; the rate or magnitude of change
  • n  the quality of being unsteady and subject to changes
    he kept a record of price fluctuations

  • Critics of taxes say that they're open to fluctuation and that certain industries can win exemptions, undermining a tax's efficacy.
  • That's because the fluctuation in the Forex is often so minimal that it would be difficult to see any real profit (or suffer significant loss) if trades were done in actual dollars.
  • So given that turnout is expected to be even higher than 2004 and that Democrats are more likely to participate in the exit polls, this means we should expect greater fluctuation .
News & Articles

  • McDonald's sales up more than 2% in May
    McDonalds Corp. reported global same store sales climbed 2.6 percent in May but fell short of Wall Street expectations. Sales increased 3.6 percent in the month, or 5.2 percent, adjusted for currency fluctuation.
    June 10, 2013 - Chicago Tribune
  • McDonald's Comeback: Menu Upgrade Leads To Strong May Sales
    McDonalds Corp. reported global same store sales climbed 2.6 percent in May but fell short of Wall Street expectations. Sales increased 3.6 percent in the month, or 5.2 percent, adjusted for currency fluctuation.        
    June 10, 2013 - Hartford Courant
Quotes

  • Nobutaka Machimura in 940 News
    Excessive fluctuation is never favourable for the Japanese and world economy,Chief Cabinet Secretary Nobutaka Machimura said. "We are concerned about the current situation with currencies fluctuating too much."
  • Kevin McHale in SI.com
    The losses have piled up. You knew it was going to be an up-and-down year, you knew there was going to be a fluctuation,basketball boss Kevin McHale said. "The problem is, when you hit the bottom of that thing, you lose your competitive...
  • Kazuo Hirai in Gamasutra
    So even if there was some fluctuation--you give Japan more, you give the US more, what have you--you're going to end up with some shortages,added Hirai. "So I think that if we've done our jobs right and if we've been able to really have...

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