Definition of moving average in English:

moving average

Syllabification: mov·ing av·er·age

noun

Statistics
A succession of averages derived from successive segments (typically of constant size and overlapping) of a series of values.
More example sentences
  • The moving average shows the average value of a stock over time.
  • In the calculation of their value, both moving averages use the closing prices of whatever period is measured.
  • At other times, the moving average was not significant for deaths within 30 days, as defined here, including at the end of the series, when the moving average was 50%.

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