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one of three kinds of sign designed by American semiotician, C S Pierce. The indexical sign is based in cause and effect, for example, the footprint in wet sand indicates a recent presence. The other two types of sign are the iconic which is based in resemblance, and the symbolic which is based in convention. (see Semiotics)

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An alphabetical list of products and prices handled by a wholesaler.
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In the stock market, an index is a device that measures changes in the prices of a basket of Shares, and represents the changes using a single figure. The purpose is to give investors an easy way to see the general direction of Shares in the index. Examples of stock market indices are the FTSE 100, FTSE All-Share, Nikkei and Dow Jones.
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A number that measures changes in financial markets. Some indexes are used as benchmarks that financial performance is measured against.
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a. Measure updated regularly that gives a representation of the movement in value of a particular market or a specified group of securities. b. List of prices or other characteristics representing a particular group of goods or services which give an indication of movements over time, for example, the Retail Price Index (RPI), the average earnings ...
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[n] - a numerical scale used to compare variables with one another or with some reference number 2. [n] - a number or ratio (a value on a scale of measurement) derived from a series of observed facts 3. [n] - an alphabetical listing of names and topics along with page numbers where they are discussed 4. [n] - the finger next to t...
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Descriptive data that enables desired information to be retrieved. Image data in DIP has no inherent meaning (unless OCR is applied) and hence all stored images must be indexed for subsequent retrieval. Index information is usually entered by filling in an on-screen form. On some systems OCR/ICR or barcode recognition may be used to automate the ta...
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A published interest rate, e.g. Bank of England base rate which is used to determine the rate on a variable rate mortgage.
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An index is a measure of suitability and is especially useful when trying to match the profile of a medium to the profile of your target audience. The base is always 100 and the measure (the index) can be any number above 100, or any number below 100, down to zero. For example, a figure of 220 means that the profile of a monthly woman's magazine, i...
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An index tracks the movement in the value of a market, sector or a region....more on Index
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In economics, an indicator of a general movement in wages and prices over a specified period. For example, the retail price index (RPI) records changes in the cost of living. The Financial Times...
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A systematic guide to the contents of texts, files, or documents
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An index is the weighted value of a group of securities used to measure the ups and downs of a market, market sector or asset class, and to provide a performance benchmark against which other investments in that category can be measured. Share price indices form the basis for many index-tracking funds. Examples around the world include the FTSE 100...
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The interest rate or adjustment standard that determines the changes in monthly payments for an adjustable rate loan.
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A statistical measure of the changes in a portfolio of stocks representing a portion of the overall market. For instance, the FTSE 100 and the S&P500 are examples of indices.
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In'dex noun ; plural English Indexes , Latin Indices [ Latin : confer French index . See Indicate , Diction .] 1. That which points out; that which shows, indicates, manifests, or discloses. « Tastes are the indexes of the different qua...
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In'dex transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Indexed ; present participle & verbal noun Indexing .] To provide with an index or table of references; to put into an index; as, to index a book, or its contents.
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In'dex noun The ratio, or formula expressing the ratio, of one dimension of a thing to another dimension; as, the vertical index of the cranium.
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Origin: L., cf. F. Index. See Indicate, Diction. ... 1. That which points out; that which shows, indicates, manifests, or discloses. 'Tastes are the indexes of the different qualities of plants.' (Arbuthnot) ... 2. That which guides, points out, informs, or directs; a pointer or a hand that directs to anything, as the hand of a watch, a movable fin...
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index finger noun the finger next to the thumb
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noun an alphabetical listing of names and topics along with page numbers where they are discussed
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verb adjust through indexation; `The government indexes wages and prices`
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verb provide with an index; `index the book`
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verb list in an index
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