- n. biology The large-scale and long-term environment and conditions that affect an organism.
- n. Major external and uncontrollable factors that influence an organization's decision making, and affect its performance and strategies. These factors include the economic, demographics, legal, political, and social conditions, technological changes, and natural forces.
“While cost-cuts have helped soften the blow to the bottom line, S&P analyst Michael Souers noted that a 13.5 percent same-store sales decline is indicative of struggles book retailers are facing as well as the continued weak macroenvironment.”
“Electrolux had good momentum in the second quarter thanks to new product launches, such as the introduction of new Frigidaire appliances in the U.S., and should be able to reach its profit margin target for 2010 as long as the macroenvironment doesn't worsen, Mr. Straberg said.”
“Abercrombie "reiterated that it remains committed to the aspirational positioning of the brands and international growth, which we view as key concerns given this tough macroenvironment," said UBS Securities analyst Roxanne Meyer”
“There is some uncertainty out there in terms of the macroenvironment, but we're not hearing it from the management teams that we speak to," said John Miller, a portfolio manager at Ariel Investments, which holds shares of CBS Corp and Viacom Inc.”
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