Definitions for to a higher degree

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  1. Kevin Lockhart:

    I believe there's a higher degree of uncertainty right now driven by a combination of historically low commodity prices and equity market volatility plus what happens with interest rates.

  2. Paulo Pereira:

    The disconnect between the levels of M&A activity in Britain and Europe reflects a higher degree of investor confidence in Britain's economic recovery, as well as sector-specific consolidation drivers.

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