Traducción de year-on-year en Español:

year-on-year

interanual, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈjɪrɑːnˈjɪr//ˈjɪərɒnˈjɪə(r)/

adjetivo

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    interanual
    • Intel reported revenue of $8.74 billion for the quarter - a 22 percent year-on-year rise.
    • Those figures represent both year-on-year and sequential gains.
    • Economists expect Hong Kong to witness positive growth in consumer prices on a year-on-year basis in the third quarter.
    • With the year-on-year increases in council tax, was it really 14 per cent again this year?
    • If you are not able to disclose such statistics, can you give us the audience figures, year-on-year?
    • Growth had been expected to come down during the year, because of tougher year-on-year comparisons.
    • From its beginnings in 1996, the council has had to make year-on-year enforced financial savings.
    • That is an 11 per cent increase on the previous quarter and a year-on-year increase of 43 per cent.
    • However, he admits that the year-on-year comparisons ‘will not look good’ for Dixons.
    • Adding to its weak image is a 10 per cent year-on-year drop in January and February operating profits.
    • That said, it's worth bearing in mind that annual profits of fund managers can be very sensitive to year-on-year performance of the stock market.
    • On the other hand, year-on-year increases were recorded for fuel and light, miscellaneous goods and transport.
    • But the two big cash cows were comparatively steady, and Office-related profits actually fell year-on-year.
    • Last week, year-on-year figures showed slight rises in street crime and burglaries.
    • Both the revenue and profit increased six per cent year-on-year.
    • Demand for ad space on the station's two channels has grown steadily year-on-year.
    • It also points out that year-on-year comparisons are misleading, as far less money was spent on marketing in the more recent circulation period.
    • Turnover is increasing year-on-year and the next figures are expected to top £5 million for the first time.
    • One in 10 accidents was the result of a collision, a year-on-year increase of 5%.
    • The 25 per cent year-on-year jump in revenues was also in line with expectations.
    • Labour will increase the minimum wage by 9 per cent year-on-year.
    • They had a guarantee of year-on-year tax cuts, but abandoned it earlier this year.
    • Anyone running a listed company knows that they have to deliver results year-on-year.
    • The first quarter national accounts show year-on-year growth of 11.7 per cent.
    • But exam results dipped markedly in 2002 interrupting a period of year-on-year improvements.