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- v. Present participle of finance.
- n. A transaction that provides funds for a business.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of financing
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Francophones, led by socialist Elio Di Rupo, are opposed, mostly because they could lose as much as $20 billion in financing from the federal government.
But an equally important reason for the shift in financing is the iPhone halo effect.
The only circumstance under which mark-to-market accounting can be avoided is if an institution has the intention of holding an asset to maturity and has the term financing in place to carry it.
The demand for financing from the Swedish export industry is very substantial and SEK is one of only a few institutions that are able to offer long-term financing despite the current financial crisis.
If you agree with the first sentence taxpayer financing is the only logical conclusion.
Single-payer financing is the only way to recapture this wasted money.
Despite these actions, short term financing, which is still the economy's life blood, became much harder to obtain but a total collapse was avoided.
Just this quarter, the company has taken out $26M in short term financing but only has $17M in cash and generates a net income of - $5M.
Back in 2008, U.S. money markets basically shut down, causing a global liquidity squeeze for short term financing needs.
It has managed to diversify its short term financing sources mitigating risks of a credit crunch.
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