YELLING MARKETS Definition

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YELLING MARKETS refers to markets where transactions involve the yelling of prices and quantities during the transaction.

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OUTCOME MEASURE measures to determine the outcome of an objective that indicate company performance at the end of a period. These are results-oriented and do not reflect a process. Examples include: Year-end Sales, Cycle Time, and Market Share. Outcome measures often appear in a BSC’s outcome-oriented Financial and Customer perspectives.

RESIDUAL CLAIM is a claim to a share of earnings after debt obligations have been satisfied.

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