High-Growth

High-Growth

Describing a company, stock, economy or anything else performing better, or expected to perform better, than its industry, the wider market, or other economies. High-growth stocks may generate significant wealth in a short period of time, but are at risk of over-heating and undergoing a price correction. See also: Growth stock, Growth fund.
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High-growth producers were those with growth rates greater than 5.
Although 83% of financial services executives claim data is their firms most strategic asset, 47% say they do not have a full grasp of that value, with high-growth firms being the most adept at maximizing their data s potential, according to EY s The science of winning in financial services.
Employment expanded by 13 percent in the high-growth metros but only 1 percent in the low-growth group.
Of the 329 high-growth companies identified in the region, 85 are located in Wales and 244 in the south west of England.
The aim of the programme is to assist potential high-growth businesses with the identification and achievement of growth plans.
To foster the rapid adoption of technology in high-growth markets throughout the world, AMD (NYSE:AMD) has formally unveiled a business strategy with initial participants in India, Mexico and the Caribbean to enable 50 percent of the world's population with Internet connectivity and computing capabilities by 2015.
CARDIFF has one the highest concentration of high-growth businesses as a percentage of firms employing more than 10 staff in the UK.