read-across

read-across

n
a correlation or relationship between two separate things
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Airlines suffered steep falls, with budget airline easyJet off 7 percent, while British Airways parent IAG dropped 4 percent, as traders cited a read-across from Ryanair's weak update.
Our View: We think that Vodafone Turkey's results are a positive read-across for Turkcell.
The read-across is positive for the traded stocks (MTS and VimpelCom) and MegaFon's potential IPO.
But he told the Assembly's Social Development Committee: "There is the read-across financially of pounds 3billion a year net advantage - it's something that you just don't mess with.
We think this is evidence of further market rationalisation and a positive read-across for Turkcell which is set to report on 21 February.
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