near-term


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near-term

(nîr′tûrm′)
adj.
Of, for, or involving a short period of time in the near future.
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The trade represented an $251,450 bearish near-term bet.
The real estate investment trust, which invests in office and industrial property assets, said the fundraise would allow it to "take advantage of its growing near-term pipeline of opportunities in the investment market".
It expects Tallgrass to exhibit near-term cash flow and earnings stability as the vast majority of its revenue is both volume and commodity price insensitive.
For the peso, Ravelas said the week's close at 52.45 signaled that there was still some room to test the 52:$1 levels in the near-term.
This compares with the prior near-term demand outlook that demand from most customer segments is expected to remain at current high level.
The Ukraine central bank has said that continuation of cooperation with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is required for Ukraine's stability in the near-term.
"Given the emergence of a number of risks, we believe appetite for the Saudi market could be tempered in the near-term. These include heightened geopolitical risks and lack of clarity on the pace of reform.
Moody's notes that the GCC countries will face some near-term relief from higher oil prices, with narrower fiscal and current account deficits than it previously expected.
Fallen angels have the greatest near-term refinancing needs.
To determine whether umbilical cord milking improved newborns' serum levels of hemoglobin and the iron-storing protein ferritin, researchers conducted a randomized control trial among 200 term and near-term infants born at one North India teaching hospital between April 2010 and September 2011.