- a wave motion
"the fluctuations of the sea"
- the quality of being unsteady and subject to changes
"he kept a record of price fluctuations"
- an instance of change; the rate or magnitude of change
- Currency fluctuation
- Fluctuation of exchange rates
- Fluctuation of raw material prices
- Current account fluctuation 9.2002 – 12.2002
- Excessive fluctuation of brake force during each complete wheel revolution.
- The fluctuation of the power supply voltage during the tests
- These prices are also influenced by periodic official price regulation and fluctuation of market demand.
- excessive fluctuation of brake effort due to distorted discs or oval drums
- Between 2003 and the IP, however, the fluctuation was found to be limited to 10 %.
- Any economic activity is subject to various greater and lesser risks (price fluctuation of production factors, fluctuation of the sales price of production, possible increase in charges, etc.) resulting from a wide variety of unforeseen circumstances.
- However the fluctuation of the USD to the EUR over the period under consideration was limited to only 6 %.
- All in all a more stable profit situation less dependent on the fluctuation of market prices is expected.
- The fluctuation in TV2's advertising income of 13 % in 1998 to 2002 corresponded to the general economic downturn.
- coverage of 5 % exchange fluctuation (interest and repayment) from the base rate on foreign currency loan; or
- Aside from fuel price fluctuation, this is one of the reasons why forward prices can fluctuate a lot with time, even for a fixed period in the future.