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  1. near-term(Adjective)


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  1. nearterm


  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of near-term in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of near-term in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

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  1. Chief Financial Officer Jonathan Pruzan:

    So far in the quarter, some of the key drivers that will likely drive client activity are mixed, drivers of near-term uncertainty, including the Fed, China, commodities and global growth, have not diminished.

  2. Gill Pratt:

    Some of the things that are in car safety, which is a near-term priority, I'm very confident that we will have some advances come out during the next five years.

  3. Hirokazu Kabeya:

    Following strong U.S. payrolls data last week, we are in a sweet spot where the U.S. economy seems to be doing okay while the chances of a near-term Fed rate hikes are still relatively small, earnings in the U.S., Europe and Japan are not bad. So we may be seeing something of a 'Goldilocks' market globally.

  4. Vice Admiral James Syring:

    What we’ve got to do is get them up to where we are in terms of our protection levels, and I view it as a very near-term, very real requirement across the (Ballistic Missile Defense System).

  5. Vaninder Singh:

    Overall, what is clear to us is that the impact, will be limited in the near-term, but much more significant in the medium-term, we expect this event and what it represents to subtract as much as 0.3 percent from growth next year compared to our pre-event baseline and expect Asian central banks to respond with another round of easing.

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