Definitions

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  • n. One who outperforms.

Etymologies

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outperform +‎ -er

Examples

  • Logical thinkers feel that real estate will continue to be a long-term outperformer.

    Forbes.com: News

  • Tata Motors was the biggest outperformer, gaining 4.5% to close at 188 rupees after Friday reporting strong September global sales numbers.

    Indian Shares End Down

  • The two-year note was the outperformer, with its price erasing all earlier declines to tradeflat to yielding 0.697%.

    American Airlines Digs Deep for Bond Deal

  • "The euro is the key outperformer on the day," said Greg Anderson , a foreign-exchange analyst at Citigroup in New York.

    Euro Advances on Dollar

  • Tata Motors, the biggest outperformer in the past week, declined 3.1% to 175.75 rupees.

    India Shares End Down on Profit-Taking

  • Primark, which is in a strong competitive position in the U.K. as a result of its high volume, low price offer, has been a consistent outperformer for AB Foods, which is 55%-owned by a family holding of Chief Executive George Weston .

    AB Foods Warns of Price Rises

  • He also believes that in order for health care to be an outperformer on a multiyear basis, it needs to bring to market important new products to drive revenue.

    Health Funds Chart a Big Recovery

  • "It's hard to remember the last time they were the outperformer," says Jeff Harte , a banking analyst with Sandler O'Neill.

    Morgan Stanley Comes Up Golden

  • Last year's outperformer, Latin America, has seen just a 1.3% gain in the MSCI Emerging Market Latin America Index.

    Some See Emerging-Market Gains Waning

  • Inc. 's fiscal first-quarter earnings surged 72%, topping analysts 'estimates, as the retail outperformer continued to do well amid a broader sector recovery.

    Urban Outfitters Profit Rises 72%

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