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  • n. Plural form of revaluation.

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Examples

  • Such "revaluations", last undertaken by North Korea in 1992, are usually to tame rampant inflation.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • No the speech was informative, not sure what "revaluations" you were looking for in a speech regarding an 8 year old war!!!

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • (11AM and 4PM) since currency "revaluations" occurred at noon and 5 PM.

    Hot Air » Top Picks

  • Really the only times we've seen stability in manufacturing employment AND a balanced current account were immediately after the U.S. compelled revaluations (Nixon in 1971, Reagan in 1985-1987).

    Scott Paul: What Would Reagan Do? He'd Stand Up to China

  • PARIS—Franco-German aerospace giant European Aeronautic Defence & Space Co. said Friday its first-half net profit fell 41% from a year earlier to €109 million $156 million because of accounting revaluations due to unfavorable foreign-exchange fluctuations.

    EADS 1st-Half Net Hit By Currency Swings

  • Excluding revaluations and impairments, the company had a profit of S$221.9 million in the fourth quarter.

    CapitaLand Net Profit Falls 20%

  • Analysts generally use underlying profit rather than net profit to gauge the performance of Hong Kong property companies because their earnings tend to be distorted by regular revaluations of investment properties.

    Shimao Net Rises 33% on China Property Boom

  • EADS said it swung into the red in the first quarter as accounting revaluations overshadowed a solid operating performance at the aerospace and defense giant.

    What's News—

  • First-half operational segment earnings, a more widely watched measure that ignores property revaluations, came A$850 million, or 36.9 cents per security.

    Westfield Net Misses Expectations

  • Analysts generally use underlying profit rather than net profit to gauge the performance of Hong Kong property companies as their earnings tend to be distorted by regular revaluations of investment properties.

    Sun Hung Kai Properties Net Up 36%

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