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What is the meaning of analyst in Hindi?

Meaning of analyst in Hindi is : विश्लेषक

Definition of word analyst

  • someone who analyzes (noun)
    कोई है जो विश्लेषण करता है

Examples of word analyst

  • In all reality, I believe that Infoworld is equally guilty of the same questionable guidance practiced by other folks with the title analyst in that they too never seem to compare non-commercial open source product offerings next to commercial proprietary offerings in the test lab.
  • April 20th, 2010 at 4: 01 am zirconia-blank says: the analyst is the lie, the expert in the TV and so on is only the wastrel.
  • The tests, after all, are intended as an approximation for when an informed analyst is not available, not as a data source in lieu of informed analysis.
  • Sanford Bernstein analyst Geoffrey Porges said investors are likely encouraged by the manufacturing update and the company's fourth-quarter sales projections for its top products.
  • As Sanford C. Bernstein analyst Craig Moffett notes, one of the "critical lines of defense" in the debate about video cord-cutting — consumers dropping their cable subscription in favor of cheap Web video — is that content companies won't make their content available for alternative business models unless the economics make sense.
  • "It's as if the music industry would only allow the publication of records that are better than those of The Beatles," says Bernstein analyst Jack Scannell.
  • Sanford C. Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi estimates this could cost EMC a billion dollars a year, depending on how much VMware itself repurchases, or about a third of its free cash flow.
  • Indeed, only 24% of the iPhone activations were people new to AT & T, down from 40% a year earlier and an "all time low" for AT & T, according to Sanford C. Bernstein analyst Craig Moffett.
  • Indeed, Sanford C. Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi estimates the App Store's net revenue for Apple will rise from $425 million in fiscal 2010 to $2.3 billion in fiscal 2015.
  • In a memo to member stations Thursday, NPR's Chief Executive Vivian Schiller stressed that an NPR news analyst is not a commentator and "may not take personal public positions on controversial issues."