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Favourable is the opposite of ''adverse''.
 
Favourable is the opposite of ''adverse''.
  
For example in management accounting, favourable variances are good news, while adverse variances are bad new
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For example in management accounting, favourable variances are good news, while adverse variances are bad news.
  
  

Revision as of 09:31, 6 January 2017

Favourable is the opposite of adverse.

For example in management accounting, favourable variances are good news, while adverse variances are bad news.


See also