Side effects may include recession, job contraction, 401(k) bruising, recurrent Dow fluctuation, and IRA bleeding.
Another feature of the fluctuation is entitled to some consideration.
The price of cauliflowers is less subject to fluctuation than that of most other vegetables.
The frequency of local dearths, and the diversity and fluctuation of prices, were thus extreme.
Two countries, at least, are concerned in the fluctuation of every rate.
But from which of these sources of fluctuation is corn exempted?
The solidity was all in the superstructure; the fluctuation had been all in the foundations.
fluctuation in membership is most evident in the newer unions and in the unskilled trades.
This fluctuation is connected with that of the hygrometric condition of the air.
Hence arises this fluctuation in councils and in measures, and this attitude, at one time pacific and again menacing.
mid-15c., from Middle French fluctuation (12c.) or directly from Latin fluctuationem (nominative fluctuatio) "a wavering, vacillation," noun of action from past participle stem of fluctuare "to undulate, to move in waves," from fluctus "wave, billow, surge," from past participle of fluere "to flow" (see fluent).