Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of borrowing.
  • n. Things that have been borrowed. Especially words that originated in a foreign language.

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Examples

  • You remember this was done last Autumn by certain borrowings from the Banks.

    Some War-Time Business and Financial Problems

  • The company funds its investments primarily through short term borrowings structured as repurchase agreements.

  • Wells Fargo has to pay lower interest rates on its core deposits as compared to long term debt and short term borrowings.

    Forbes.com: News

  • Inventory decreased 2% to $86.5 million from $88 million and we had zero short term borrowings at quarter end.

  • The Company may make use of short term borrowings such as an overdraft facility for liquidity and investment purposes in order to gear the returns on the Company's investment portfolio but in any event borrowings will not exceed, at any one time, 25 per cent. of Total Assets without shareholder approval by ordinary resolution.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Cash and short-term investments at the parent company, net of short term borrowings and commercial paper, amounted to roughly $4.5 billion as of the end of the second quarter.

  • There were no FHLB short term borrowings at either date.

  • Yes, and I think that a summary level, what our expectations are is that working capital that would in fact exclude cash and short-term borrowings, that is our definition of working capital.

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  • Gazprom, one of Russia's most indebted companies, said its net debt fell slightly to 840.5 billion rubles at the end of March, down from 871.0 billion rubles in the earlier quarter, mainly due to the ruble's appreciation against the dollar and the euro, which decreased the size of its short-term and long-term borrowings.

    Gazprom's Net Surges 44%

  • The $173 million injection "would not only ease the cash flow situation of the company but would also preclude borrowings from the markets at a high cost," the Ministry of Civil Aviation said in a statement.

    India gives Air India $173 million cash infusion

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