Transition phase

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Transition phase

A stage of development when a company begins to mature and its earnings decelerate to the rate of growth of the economy as a whole. Related: Three-phase DDM.

Transition Phase

A stage in a company's life cycle where growth slows to the growth rate of the economy at large. This is marked by a slowdown in earnings growth and often results in a change to the company's dividend policy. See also: Growth phase, Maturity phase, Three-phase DDM.
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The diameter compliance indicated a decrease in percentage as the model became stiffer during transition phases.
Launched in January 2003, GPS delivers comprehensive investment advice and discretionary managed accounts services to individual participants in employer-sponsored defined contribution retirement plans - principally in the accumulation and transition phases of retirement planning.
The two sides underlined the importance of the current stage to reach the desired results and goals, which requires concerted efforts for the success of the political process and to move forward in the transition phases included in the Gulf initiative and its mechanism.
Before we get to the point of 100% image exchange, we must be able to support all the transition phases in between.
Michael Carroll will be an outstanding president and CEO because of his successful track record in building organizations through transition phases to profitability.

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