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SOSignificant Other
SOSistema Operativo (Italian: Operating System)
SOSpecial Order
SOSign Off
SOSecond Order
SOSales Order
SOServer Options
SOSlip-On
SOService Order
SOStandard Oil
SOSold Out
SOStudent Organization
SOSafety Office
SOStrike Out
SOStanding Order
SOSpecial Operations
SOSouthern Company (stock symbol)
SOSecurity Officer
SOSenior Officer
SOSafety Officer
SOSystem Operator
SOStar Ocean (video game)
SOSims Online (game)
SOSymphony Orchestra
SOStaff Officer
SOSpecial Olympics
SOSomalia
SOShout Out (Internet slang)
SOSheriff's Office
SOSmall-Outline
SOStuck Open
SOStack Overflow
SOSecond Officer
SOSub-Optimal
SOShared Object (UNIX)
SOSouthampton (UK postal code)
SOStrategic Objective
SOService Object
SOSystems Operations
SOSystem Owner (US NIST)
SOSistema Operacional (Brazil: Operating System)
SOShutout
SOSerial Output
SOShaquille O'neal (NBA Player)
SOSolothurn (Soleure; Suisse Canton)
SOSharePoint Online (Microsoft Office)
SOSystem Overload
SOStrung Out (band)
SOSchool's Out
SOSud-Ouest (French: south west)
SOSiehe Oben (German: see above)
SOScience Olympiad
SOStation Officer
SOSend Only
SOStaff Officer (commissioned Police Officer attached to Inspector-General of Police)
SOShift-Out
SOSpatial Orientation
SOSouthern Oscillation
SOSocket Outlet (British, electrical)
SOSouth/Southern
SOStrategic Outsourcing (IBM)
SOSales Out
SOScottish Office
SOSupply Officer
SOSud-Ovest (Italian: Southwest)
SOStyrene Oxide
SOStation Operator
SOShipment Order
SOSupervisor's Office (USDA)
SOSuccessful Offeror
SOSystem Outage
SOSuperior Oblique (eye muscle)
SOSeller's Option
SOSea Organization (Scientology)
SOSwitching Office
SOSteward Observatory (University of Arizona)
SOSpecialist Operations
SOSensor Operator
SOSouthern Airways (airline)
SOSpecial Orthogonal (mathematics; group theory)
SOSafety Observer
SOSolid Optical
SOSlow Oxidative
SOSondrio, Lombardia (Italian province)
SOSans Opinion (French : No Preference)
SOSystem Overheat
SOStewardship Ontario (Canada)
SOSemantic Object
SOSector Outperform (investing)
SOService Observe
SODivision Staff Officer
SOShow of Oil (drilling reports)
SOSurface Operator (MFD)
SOSemi-Orthogonal
SOStockage Objective(s)
SOSource of Orgasm
SOSynchronous Oscillator
SOSupporting Organization of ICANN
SOService Overseer (Jehovah's Witnesses)
SOSchriftelijke Overhoring
SOSolicitation Officer
SOSaneringsonderzoek (Dutch: soil remediation research)
SOStep Off Ministry
SOShipment/Shipping Order
SOSeige Onager (Age of Kings game)
SOSüdost/Südosten (German: South-East)
References in periodicals archive ?
* Scotiabank initiated coverage on Enterprise Products Partners LP (NYSE:EPD) with a Sector Outperform rating.
However, as the consumer sector is still struggling under the high cost of doing business, reduced margins, expensive financing and goods distribution challenges, it might be a while before stocks in that sector outperform.
Despite some competitive pressure showing on Net Interest Margins, the earnings helped the sector outperform the market through the month.
of Marlboro was downgraded to "sector perform" from "sector outperform" by analyst Amit Hazan at CIBC World Markets.
National Bank analyst Jim Durran lowered his rating to "sector perform" from "sector outperform" and reduced his share price target to $10.50 from $17.
* Scotiabank changed the rating for Regency Centers Corp (NASDAQ: REG) from Sector Perform to Sector Outperform. In the first quarter, Regency Centers showed an EPS of $0.95, compared to $0.89 from the year-ago quarter.
Page 15: A string of prestigious conferences have helped Birmingham's hospitality sector outperform rivals in other cities.
* According to Scotiabank, the prior rating for Patterson-UTI Energy Inc (NASDAQ: PTEN) was changed from Sector Outperform to Sector Perform.
Scotiabank upgraded shares of Capital Power Corporation to a sector outperform rating.
They now have a sector outperform rating on the stock.
The RICS, which estimates commercial rental growth of 4.3 per cent in 2001, says resilient consumer spending is expected to help the retail sector outperform the office and industrial sectors, despite seeing the smallest rise in rents in 2001.
The factory sector outperformed GDP over the past two years, with respective gains of 3.9% and 2.9% in 2018, and 2.3% and 2.4% in 2017.