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earnings growthnoun [U]

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a ​measure of the ​increase in a company's ​income in a particular ​period: Disappointment over ​slowerearningsgrowth caused the ​stockprice to ​tumble.
buy earnings growth
to ​buyshares in a ​company at a ​lowprice compared to the ​profit the ​company made in the previous ​period, hoping that the ​shares will ​increase in ​value: Bargain-minded ​managers see a chance to ​buyearningsgrowth at a ​cheapprice.
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