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Meaning of "outperformance" - Business English Dictionary

outperformance

noun [C] ( also out-performance)
 
 
/ˈaʊtpəˌfɔːməns/
the act of producing better results in a particular situation than others have done: The company should continue its outperformance of its rivals.
STOCK MARKET, FINANCE the fact of producing more money for investors than other shares, bonds, etc. of a similar type: The annual outperformance of bonds over equities has narrowed sharply over the past decade from 4.8% to 2.4%.
(Definition of outperformance from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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