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  • noun Plural form of valuation.

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Examples

  • "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.

    Top Billionaire Art Collectors

  • Propping up asset valuations is not acceptable policy.

    Matthew Yglesias » US vs Zimbabwe

  • And the rub of currency valuations is as sore a spot as it's been in a generation.

    Behind Asia's V

  • 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.

    L'Oreal's Cosmetic Therapy Options

  • 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.

    L'Oreal's Cosmetic Therapy Options

  • 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.

    Setting Up The Market's Second-Half Comeback

  • 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.

    CNN Transcript Mar 6, 2009

  • 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.

    CNN Transcript Mar 6, 2009

  • 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.

    CNN Transcript Mar 8, 2009

  • 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.

    CNN Transcript Mar 7, 2009

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