Definition of outperformance in English:

outperformance

noun

  • See outperform

    • ‘Our natural home is outperformance and today's changes put in place the teams that will reignite our business over the next 12 to 18 months.’
    • ‘It appears that one of the major reasons for the profit outperformance was with their investment income rather than on the operating side.’
    • ‘If you compare that with how difficult it is to find a solid consistent outperformance in the American equity market, the contrast is pretty stark.’
    • ‘A theoretically perfect performance-based pay scheme would offer payments tied directly to the margin of the company's stock outperformance of similar companies over an extended period of time.’
    • ‘In previous cycles, significant sector outperformance was achieved when both room rates and occupancy levels increased at the same time.’