Market Perform

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Market Perform

A recommendation by an analyst to neither buy nor sell a security. An analyst makes a market perform recommendation when technical and/or fundamental indicators show middling performance by a security. The term indicates that the security is likely to perform neither better nor worse than the market as a whole. It is also called a neutral or hold recommendation.
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Just as the S&P 500 provides a daily snapshot of the equity markets, the FRNI provides a clear picture of how the investment grade floater market performs daily and over time.
However, Curran says that, 'If the stock market performs well during 2005, that could further spur higher income households to improve their housing accommodations, enriching the mix of sales to the advantage of builder margins.
But the evidence does not support the belief that the market performs better under political gridlock than under political harmony, according to Robert R.