fluctuating market

fluctuating market
fluctuating market UK US noun [C]
STOCK MARKET a situation in which share prices go up and down: »

In a fluctuating market, the average cost per share of a stock or bond fund over a period of time will be lower than the average price per share of a portfolio for the same time period.


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