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Fluctuation

A price or interest rate change.

Fluctuation

A change to a price or interest rates. Prices may fluctuate according to supply and demand. Interest rates may do the same, but their fluctuations are usually more regulated.
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Because the magnitude of fluctuating asymmetry can vary with trait size (Swaddle et al.
1), the first bioassay, individual nymphs each held in a cylindrical plastic dish were kept in an uncontrolled greenhouse with fluctuating temperatures.
Small and medium businesses are the driving force of the economic growth in the EU and a fluctuating rate of exchange would smother them and would only benefit a few firms.
Until now, many studies have been conducted to investigate the effects of fluctuating temperatures on a variety of aquatic ectotherms, such as zooplankton (Halbach 1973, Van As et al.
A 36-year-old white woman reported that for 2 weeks she had been experiencing episodic vertigo, disequilibrium (falling to the right), and fluctuating right-sided hearing loss with tinnitus.
The fluctuating denar exchange rate will invigorate the business and stimulate the economic growth," says Zivko Mukaetov, Alkaloid's CEO.
Fluctuating asymmetry refers to random deviations from perfect symmetry and is a measure of developmental instability.
The RSA has negotiated with several companies to provide heating oil to its members at a fluctuating price, which avoids the "sticky price syndrome," said Printz.
Their efforts made it clear that the human form possesses fluctuating asymmetries - slight, random deviations fromtrue bilateral symmetry (SN: 1/21/95, p.
Whaleback has engineered a unique managed service that allows customers to eliminate hidden charges and fluctuating monthly costs while capitalizing on the rich features of the first business solution built from the ground-up for Voice over Broadband (VoB).
These differences add up to an individual's so-called fluctuating asymmetry -- fluctuating because there is no consistent trend for one side to be a particular way relative to the other, only for features to vary, Manning explains.