oligopolistic

Definitions

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  • adjective Having the character of, or dominated by, an oligopoly

Etymologies

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oligopoly +‎ -istic

Examples

  • Recently, Goldman upgraded Wells Fargo partly based on its ability to earn long-term oligopolistic mortgage origination spreads.

    FXstreet.com

  • Recently, Goldman upgraded Wells Fargo partly based on its ability to earn long-term oligopolistic mortgage origination spreads.

    FXstreet.com

  • Basically, even though the different sectors of the airline industry could be called oligopolistic, as a whole it's competitive.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • Basically, even though the different sectors of the airline industry could be called oligopolistic, as a whole it's competitive.

    How did I miss this one?

  • Where a few companies compete, the market is said to be oligopolistic from the Greek oligos, a few.

    The Rule of Three

  • Where a few companies compete, the market is said to be oligopolistic from the Greek oligos, a few.

    The Rule of Three

  • So when they look at what the Obama administration and the Democratic Majority state as their goals to increase access and lower cost and rail at what maybe termed oligopolistic behavior of carriers in certain markets, I think employers really buy in to that message and have much of that frustration and anger at our lack of solutions.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Surely that kind of oligopolistic domination of the market makes clear that it is not an activity normally undertaken by banks.

    SAFER: Banks Must Be Barred from Dealing Derivatives: It's NOT a Normal Part of the Business of Banking

  • Surely that kind of oligopolistic domination of the market makes clear that it is not an activity normally undertaken by banks.

    SAFER: Passing the Lincoln Amendment Gets at a Root of the Crisis

  • Surely that kind of oligopolistic domination of the market makes clear that it is not an activity normally undertaken by banks.

    SAFER: Passing the Lincoln Amendment Gets at a Root of the Crisis

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