trimestre sur trimestre v. en glissement trimestriel

constantlyconfused

Senior Member
English - British
(T1 2015: - 0,2% trimestre sur trimestre; T4 2014: -0,4% en glissement trimestriel)

I've always understood these two terms to mean the same thing in English - i.e. quarter on quarter.
Am I right?
 
  • jetset

    Senior Member
    French
    trimestre sur trimestre : current quarter compared to quarter Year-1
    glissement trimestriel : evolution on 3 months rolling (90 days).
     

    jetset

    Senior Member
    French
    Sorry, I think "T1 2015: - 0,2% trimestre sur trimestre" could also be "compared to previous quarter", so in your example, "T1 2015 compared to T4 2014" (to be confirmed).
     
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