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Dictionary of Banking and Finance КНИГИ ;БИЗНЕС Автор: коллектив авторов Название: Dictionary of Banking and Finance Издательство: A & C Black Publishers LtdГод: 2005 Формат: pdf Размер: 2,2 MbЯзык: английскийThis dictionary offers a easy vocabulary of phrases utilized in the fields of banking, funding, the inventory trade, and normal finance. It covers either British and American utilization. uploadbox zero 1 2 three four five
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Volume totalled 180m shares. E. 87’ [Financial Times] big business /b bzns/ noun very large commercial firms Big Four /b fɔ / noun 1. the four large British commercial banks: Barclays, LloydsTSB, HSBC and Natwest (now joined by several former building societies that have become banks) 2. e. General Motors (GM), Chrysler and Ford (informal ) bilateral /ba l t(ə)rəl/ adjective between two parties or countries ć The minister signed a bilateral trade agreement. bilateral clearing /ba l t(ə)rəl klərŋ/ noun the system of annual settlements of accounts between certain countries, where accounts are settled by the central banks bilateral credit /ba l t(ə)rəl kredt/ noun credit allowed by banks to other banks in a clearing system (to cover the period while cheques are being cleared) bilateral netting /ba l t(ə)rəl netŋ/ noun the settlement of contracts between two banks to give a new position bill /bl/ noun 1.
Sickness benefit is paid monthly. ć The insurance office sends out benefit cheques each week. 2. something of value given to an employee in addition to their salary í verb 1. to make better or to improve ć A fall in inflation benefits the exchange rate. 2. ˽ to benefit from or by something to be improved by something, to gain more money because of something ć Exports have benefited from the fall in the exchange rate. ć The employees have benefited from the profit-sharing scheme. ‘…the retail sector will also benefit from the expected influx of tourists’ [Australian Financial Review] ‘…what benefits does the executive derive from his directorship?
Bank mandate /b ŋk m ndet/ noun a written order to a bank, asking it to open an account and allow someone to sign cheques on behalf of the account holder, and giving specimen signatures and relevant information banknote / b ŋknəυt/ noun 1. a piece of printed paper money (in England, issued by the Bank of England; in Scotland, commercial banks can issue notes) ć a counterfeit £20 note ć He pulled out a pile of used notes. ) 2. US a non-interest bearing note, issued by a Federal Reserve Bank, which can be used as cash Bank of England / b ŋk əv ŋ lənd/ noun the British central bank, owned by the state, which, together with the Treasury, regulates the nation’s finances COMMENT: The Bank of England issues banknotes which carry the signatures of its officials.