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There might be a small typo here. It reads:

"month change"

Should it not read:

"monthly change"

This should be the same for "year" - "yearly" etc.

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No, because it refers to a specific month — namely the current one — and not to an average month, which your suggested phrasing would imply.

This phrasing is a shortened form of "the change that has occurred this month", or something to that effect.
Similarly, "year rank" is "the user's rank for this (or the specified) year".

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