Business and Finance
- Basis point, 1/100 of one percent, denoted bp, bps, and ‱
- Pivot point, a price level of significance in analysis of a financial market that is used as a predictive indicator of market movement
- Point (mortgage), a percentage sometimes referred to as a form of pre-paid interest used to reduce interest rates in a mortgage loan
- Reward points (see loyalty program), marketing strategy
- Vigorish point, the commission charged on a gambling bet or loanshark's loan
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