fluctuate with

fluctuate with (something)

To change as influenced by something in particular. My moods always seem to fluctuate with my hormone levels.
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fluctuate with something

to vary in accord with something. The tides fluctuate with the phase of the moon. Frank's blood pressure fluctuates with his mood.
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For this reason, corporate acquisitions are often structured with a set price, but the form of the consideration is allowed to fluctuate with changes in the value of acquirer stock.
They typically offer higher yields than cash reserves, but their value can fluctuate with the rise and fall of interest rates.
Rather than being a defense mechanism, tenant service should be a well-planned and consistently delivered program that doesn't fluctuate with the ever-changing marketplace.
Also, because their numbers start out smaller and fluctuate with the availability of herbivores, predator populations are more fragile.
As their market values fluctuate with interest rates in the period between their issuance and maturity, so do their yields.