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Price fluctuations are upward or downward wings in the prices of products in an economy. Fluctuations in prices are a common phenomenon in the economic world, particularly among producers of agricultural products.
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Fluctuation may refer to:
- Quantum fluctuation arising from the uncertainty principle
- Statistical fluctuations, very important in statistics, statistical mechanics, and thermodynamics
- Thermal fluctuations, statistical fluctuations in a thermodynamic variable
- An alternative name for conjuncture, a critical combination of events in economics
- Volatility (finance), price fluctuation
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