- n. Plural form of analyst.
“Sample job titles: Software developers, systems analysts, intelligence analysts, network engineers, software engineers, logistics analysts*”
“He called current euro-zone interest rates "accommodating," a word analysts read as a signal of further rate increases this year.”
“Bob McKenzie, one of the NHL's most wired in analysts, is reporting on his blog that the Chicago Blackhawks sent out an email saying these players would be available at the right price:”
“What should really sober up the analysts is the fact that the high level of seller dissatisfaction is a ticking time-bomb.”
“Still, an area of concern cited by analysts is Anadarko's potential liability from its 25% interest in BP PLC's well as a nonoperating participant.”
“Restructuring costs, which are not included in analysts 'estimates, were raised by $100 million for the year, to $350 million.”
“Do you think this use of "decision analysts" is more the exception than the rule?”
“ESPN, after seeing CNN and others use onscreen graphics offering biographical tidbits about their political analysts, is using onscreen bio boxes to tell viewers about its many talking heads.”
“One of the most common problems with rookie TV analysts is being boring, which is understandable because they've often avoided publicly saying anything candid or opinionated for years while being players or coaches.”
“Why do you have to call in analysts to dissect every single line or comment?”
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