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Financial terms in "Economics"

1. Intervention Purchase

2. Outward Foreign Affiliates Trade In Services (FATS)

3. Sum Check

4. Heavy Fuel Oil (residual)

5. Baltic Dry Index

6. Convention For The Conservation Of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR)

7. Direct Investment Enterprise

8. Stocks SNA

9. Trade Credits And Advances

10. Illness Or Morbid Condition

11. Re-use

12. Financial Aid To Students

13. Consumer Price Index

14. ICAO

15. Address

16. Discounting (of Natural Assets)

17. Capital Expenditure For Environmental Protection

18. Class Frequency

19. Commodity Linked Bonds

20. Producer Support Estimate (PSE)

21. Small-scale Producers

22. Current Taxes On Capital

23. developed country

24. Fishers Ideal Index (volume)

25. Concessional Loans

26. Fair Trade Act

27. Anti-dumping Measures

28. Custodian (of A Pension Fund)

29. price index

30. autonomous expenditure

31. International Oil Pipeline Transport

32. M3

33. vehicle currency

34. High-low Graph

35. Policy Reform

36. LPG

37. Surgical Procedure

38. Variate Transformation

39. long-term capital

40. resale

41. Flip-flop Floating Rate Note (FRN)

42. Repairs And Maintenance

43. Taylor Rule

44. buyer's monopoly

45. Orderly Marketing Arrangement (OMA)

46. Dependent Population Ratio

47. Categorical Distribution

48. Nominal Final Expenditures

49. time inconsistency

50. Labour Turnover

51. Producer Price Index

52. Programme Orientation

53. Data Item

54. Hazardous Goods (carried By Road)

55. Energy Consumption By Ships

56. aid

57. Matching Fields

58. Seller Concentration

59. Interbank Positions

60. Stagflation

61. Identified Samples

62. EU

63. base-year analysis

64. Release Calendar

65. energy return on investment (EROI)

66. Sampling - MetaStore

67. Injuries In Road Traffic Accidents

68. Value Added - Basic Prices SNA

69. Municipal Wastes

70. Outbound Tourism Consumption

71. European Union Council

72. Direct Price Comparison

73. Foreign Assets

74. Qualifier

75. Effective Control Of Enterprises

76. stimulus package

77. Water Retaining Capacity Indicator

78. Social Assistance Benefits In Cash

79. Fellegi-Holt Systems, Tenets, Principles

80. Rate Of Natural Increase

81. TEU-kilometre

82. One-way Call Origination

83. Data Exchange

84. Wholesale Prices Index

85. Per Se Illegal

86. Internet Protocol (IP)

87. PPI

88. Tertiary-type A Education (ISCED 5A)

89. DOTS Treatment Success

90. Compound Distribution

91. Double Time

92. Identification

93. Ratio Estimator

94. Note Issuance Facility (NIF) IMF

95. Institutional Units - ESA

96. StEPS

97. Finite Population

98. inelastic supply

99. Medium-term Notes (MTNs)

100. Active Corruption

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Relative Strength

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A stock's price change over a period of time relative to that of a market index, such as the s&p 500. The relative strength of a stock is calculated by taking the percentage price change of a stock over a set period of time and ranking it on a scale of 1 to 100 against all other stocks on the market, with 1 being worst and 100 being best. For example, a stock with a relative strength of 90 has experienced a greater increase in its price over the last year than the price increases experienced by 90% of all other stocks on the market. Some technical analysts, especially momentum investors, like stocks with high relative strength rankings, believing that stocks which have recently gone up are more likely to continue going up. Other technical analysts believe that a very high relative strength can be an indication that the stock is overbought and is ready to fall. Relative strength is really a "rear view mirror" metric, measuring only how the stock has done in the past, not how it will do in the future.

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