preholiday

preholiday

(priːˈhɒlɪdeɪ)
adj
relating to the period before a holiday
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They divided the sample into two periods; pre-crisis period and post-crisis period and found that the preholiday return was higher than the other trading days in the pre- crisis period, but the trend was inverse in post-crisis periods.
MANUFACTURERS of basic necessities and prime commodities (BNPCs) have vowed to control the prices of their products during the preholiday season to allow consumers to cope, following a consumer group's report that prices of such items rose by 11 percent over the past seven months.
Her campaign, which was shot by photographer Mike Rosenthal in Los Angeles, shows her wearing the brand's preholiday collection.
The research, from American Express, also looked at how preholiday spending varies across 10 major UK cities.
A significant increase was also observed in weight on other national holidays compared to preholiday weight: Japan during Golden Week (0.3%, p < 0.001), Germany over Easter holidays (0.2%, p < 0.001), and the US during Thanksgiving (0.2%, p < 0.001).
He begins with the effect of Christmas on prices, reporting that there is a positive effect on stock prices: the so-called preholiday effect.
NAILS Bourjois La Laque Gel Duo Kit, PS10.99 'Normally my preholiday manicure chips before I've even checked in, but I'm in awe of the staying power of this new two-step kit.
When you are focused on executing your preholiday season plan, do not let smartphones, social media, and the Internet distract you from your higher-value activities.
Netanyahu could win significant political cover with a preholiday homecoming for Mr.
and Sheikh, M., The anomalies that aren't there: the weekend, January and preholiday effects on the all gold index on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange 1987-1997.