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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The Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry has never clearly defined how to calculate overtime for a fluctuating workweek, according to Gordon Denlinger, state director of the National Federation of Independent Business in Pennsylvania.
The aim of this study was to show the relevance of fluctuating asymmetry as a tool to measure environmental stress in ecological studies, with emphasis on small mammals.
I calculated signed fluctuating asymmetry by subtracting the right side measurement from the left side measurement, [UL - UR] or [LL - LR], and unsigned fluctuating asymmetry by taking the absolute values of these calculations.
PelEiez determined the Yan protein is noisy, or fluctuating, for six to eight of those hours.
This study was designed to evaluate the impact of constant and fluctuating temperatures on key life history parameters of S.
Most of the staff surveyed said people with fluctuating work have problems with debt or childcare and face delays to benefits.
THE EFFECTS OF FLUCTUATING INCUBATION TEMPERATURE ON THE SEX OF THE RED-EARED SLIDER, TRACHEMYS SCRIPTA.
The company seeks authorisation of the drug as add-on therapy for the treatment of both early (non-fluctuating) and advanced (fluctuating) patients with idiopathic PD.
AS many families across Britain are only too aware, MS is a complex and fluctuating condition, and access to the appropriate drugs can be a minefield.
However daunting the prospect of a fluctuating NAV, many companies would turn to third-party technology for help.
The Federation of Economic Chambers (SSK), which is on Bogov's side, says that a small group of businessmen are trying to provoke a debate and put pressure on the National Bank to introduce a fluctuating rate of exchange as against the euro.
The Federation of Economic Chambers (SSK), says that a small group of businessmen are trying to provoke a debate and put pressure on the National Bank to introduce a fluctuating rate of exchange as against the euro.