year-over-year love

Definitions

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  • adj. Compared to the same time period in the previous year

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Examples

  • In addition, we will also be providing guidance on a long term year-over-year outlook.

  • Are you referring to year-over-year Q4 or which comparison are you focused on John?

  • Prices were up 2.4% year-over-year, which is outside the Federal Reserve's comfort zone of 2.0% growth, but much less than the 2.9% rate seen in September.

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  • It's been at least in dollar terms year-over-year. it's been very volatile over the past three quarters and was a little bit higher than what I anticipated heading into today.

  • So even though our percentage is coming down, if you look at our guidance, we're talking about a $30 million to $35 million more spend in marketing year-over-year, which is enabling us to do things like support Charged Cotton, the sending of Tom Brady, Cam Newton, Derrick Williams, Kemba Walker and so forth, and operate some of our shop and shops.

  • Looks like your turnover for the quarter was up pretty notably year-over-year, which is a little different trend than we had seen in the prior couple of quarters.

  • It's still not positive year-over-year, close to being flat year-over-year, which is allowing us -- since it's not going down in every other menu category.

  • Our accumulative annual growth rate after the space business since 2004 has been over 15% year-over-year, which is now there's is more impressive when you consider that as the majority of the skills rate was achieved through thing in market share.

  • Our top line revenue growth accelerated to 6.3% year-over-year, which is a 100 basis point increase from our first quarter growth rate of 5.3%.

  • Shifting now to ARPU, retail postpaid ARPU was $54.89, up 2.4% year-over-year, which is a 50 basis point improvement in growth from last quarter.

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