percent
[pə:'sent]

noun

[Definition]: one hundredth

[Example Sentences]:
1. The device has 75 percent more processing power than the previous version and costs $99.99.
2. On Wednesday, the stock lost another 8.9 percent to close at $38.49.
3. In the past three months, Tesla stock has fallen 13 percent to $216.50.
4. The stock price rose 28 percent over the period to $33.78.
5. Its earnings per share increased 2.4 percent over the same period from $3.28.
6. Microsoft stock dropped 0.4 percent on the day to $36.35.
7. Thirteen percent said that they were not yet ready for SharePoint 2016.
8. A year earlier, the market grew more than 13 percent but Hyundai sales were up only 8.9.
9. Shares of Walmart stock rose about 3 percent to close at $77.54.
10. Rumors of a possible recall sent Tesla shares down 5 percent Tuesday to close at $137.80.
11. HP received no boost from the move, falling 2.2 percent to $21.31.
12. Twitter shares fell 1.7 percent to close Tuesday at $18.33.
13. That would be the first full year to record 3 percent growth since 2005.
14. The company wants that number to reach 40 percent by the end of 2016.
15. Cisco was down less than 1 percent to $28.18.

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