Fluctuation

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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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This is on the high end of the 3%-3 1/2% range in which longer-term inflation expectations have generally fluctuated for nearly a decade.
In the process, Professor Carrigan convincly demonstrates that the development of a lynching culture in Central Texas was dominated by four major factors: first, the frontier experience; second, racial slavery; third the resistance to lynching by racial, ethnic and political minorities; and the fourth and most important factor was the way the courts fluctuated between fighting or tolerating mob violence.
QI'VE fluctuated between a size 12 and 16 over 20 years.
The patient's hearing fluctuated; it was excellent when the ear was well aerated, and it was worse when there was a seromucinous build-up, which necessitates paracentesis or placement of a tympanostomy tube.