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.
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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.
DALLAS -- Titan Global Holdings (OTCBB:TTGL), a high-growth diversified holding company, has released a new investor video detailing the Company's overall strategic initiatives to address high-growth revenue opportunities in the multibillion dollar prepaid telecommunications, homeland security and advanced technology market segments.
CARDIFF has one the highest concentration of high-growth businesses as a percentage of firms employing more than 10 staff in the UK.
companies were the most popular targets for acquisitions by emerging and high-growth market companies in the first half of 2010, as activity by emerging market companies aimed at developed economies jumped 25 percent over the previous six-month period, according to KPMG International's latest Emerging Markets International Acquisition Tracker (EMIAT) study.
OTCBB:TTGL), a high-growth diversified holding company, has released a new investor video detailing the Company's strategic initiatives to address high-growth revenue opportunities in the multibillion dollar homeland security and high-tech market segments.