- n. Plural form of valuation.
“And the rub of currency valuations is as sore a spot as it's been in a generation.”
“The confusion [in valuations] has to do with the lower number of sales," said Dr. Beverly Schreiber Jacoby, a fine art adviser and former head of Old Master Drawings at Christies in New York.”
“Propping up asset valuations is not acceptable policy.”
“Barclays's Equity Gilt study mapped changes in the demographics of retirees and of those 35 to 54 years old against the peaks and troughs in long-term valuations, with interesting results.”
“Interestingly, BarCap also has a positive stance on European equities, reasoning that long-term valuations are near historical extremes due to structural concerns about the region's debt.”
“If you want -- if you put a gun to my head to try to predict things, if you look at the very long-term valuations, stocks are distinctly cheaper than the historical average going back over a century.”
“If you put a gun to my head to try to predict things, if you look at the very long-term valuations, stocks are distinctly cheaper than the historical average going back over a century.”
“After a nearly 30-per-cent rise in valuations in that sector, some might argue that now is the time to sell.”
“To set the record straight, we faulted them for 10 percent increases in valuations in a recession – I believe the year was 2002 – when real estate people were telling us values had either declined or were remaining stable.”
“Selling of European stocks has been indiscriminate, which leaves all sectors trading significantly below their long-term valuations.”
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