percentage point


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Noun1.percentage point - the dot at the left of a decimal fraction
mathematical notation - a notation used by mathematicians
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percentage point

npunto percentuale
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Regionally, while sentiment about job prospects edged up one percentage point to 45 per cent, personal finances sentiment declined two percentage points to 58 per cent, and immediate spending intentions declined three percentage points to 36 per cent from the first quarter.
2 percentage point in February month on month to 74.
1 percentage point higher than the previous month and two percentage points higher than in September 2008.
9 percentage point to real GDP growth, subtracted 2.
Kleinhenz said interest rates in the third quarter were about one percentage point higher than a year ago but there was not much month-to-month movement.
2 percent in May, up one-tenth of a percentage point from April and two-tenths of a percentage point from May 2005.
Already the Italian government is mired in recession and its export sector is threatened by the approximate 20 percentage point loss in competitiveness to France and Germany over the past five years as a result of the relatively poor Italian productivity performance.
A quarter percentage point increase in the prime interest rate causes only an eighth of a percentage point increase in mortgage rates.
M, i [not equal to] j, a one-sided upper equicoordinate p X 100 percentage point g is such that
The Daiwa Institute for Research (DIR) said its projection is based on the assumption that the attacks could cut the pace of global economic growth by 1 percentage point.
The net 22 percent increase is up one percentage point from fourth-quarter 1999 projections.
1, 1987, the rate of interest on outstanding underpayments is one percentage point higher than that received by the taxpayer on overpayments.

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