Definitions

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  • adj. Capable of being financed.

Etymologies

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finance +‎ -able

Examples

  • Large deals are still "financeable" because the government incentives are generous and the demand strong, said Steven Chan, chief strategy officer at solar cell and panel manufacturer Suntech Power.

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  • State Treasurer Bill Lockyer, a veteran Democrat former state attorney general and leader of the state Senate, agrees with Brown that the budget adopted Wednesday by the Legislature is "not financeable" on Wall Street.

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  • But if capital begins to flow more freely and employment rates rise, the number of willing, financeable buyers will increase and push values up.

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  • The firm said about 77% of its total long inventory as of Aug. 31 was "readily financeable at haircuts of 10% or less, meaning we could readily borrow over 90% of the fair market value of this inventory."

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  • Gil Duran, Mr. Brown's spokesman, said the governor helped craft the new budget, which is "honest, balanced and financeable" after vetoing an earlier one from legislative Democrats, and denied he endorsed it reluctantly.

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  • Real Estate Needs to Pay its Dues The Unreported Deal Chase Cash, Not Valuations Projects that do not meet the new high bar need to be dropped ruthlessly, as both lenders and investors will be highly sensitive to return expectations and such projects are unlikely to be financeable without straining the balance sheet.

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  • "That's our goal—to get this to a point where it is financeable," said Kurt Hagen, a senior vice president at Triple Five, in an interview.

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  • "Two billion dollars without any public subsidy or public involvement is not financeable."

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  • "Everyone is trying to grapple now with whether what's approved is financeable and economical," said Mark Looney, a land-use lawyer whose firm, Cooley LLP, represents several big Tysons landowners.

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  • "We ... had financeable collateral and solidly performing businesses," he continued.

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