Associations to the word «Financial»
FINANCIAL, adjective. Related to finances.
FINANCIAL, adjective. Having dues and fees paid up to date for a club or society.
FINANCIAL CAPITAL, noun. (economics) The money used by entrepreneurs and businesses to buy what they need to make their products or provide their services.
FINANCIAL CONGLOMERATE, noun. A financial institution or group which provides a wide range of financial services, consisting of insurance, banking and advisory services.
FINANCIAL CRISES, noun. Plural of financial crisis
FINANCIAL CRISIS, noun. A period of serious economic slowdown characterised by devaluing of financial institutions often due to reckless and unsustainable money lending.
FINANCIAL INSTRUMENT, noun. (finance) Any form of funding medium, mostly those used for borrowing in money markets, including cash instruments and derivative instruments.
FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS, noun. Plural of financial instrument
FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE UNIT, noun. A government agency found in many countries, responsible for investigating and preventing criminal manipulation of finance systems.
FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE UNITS, noun. Plural of Financial Intelligence Unit
FINANCIAL INVESTMENT, noun. A deposit of money into a specified service or in the purchase of an item or commodity with the expectation that the value of the deposit will increase over time.
FINANCIAL MARKET, noun. A market where financial securities (such as stocks and bonds) and commodities are bought and sold.
FINANCIAL MARKETS, noun. Plural of financial market
FINANCIAL STATEMENT, noun. A formal record of all relevant financial information of a business, person, or other entity, presented in a structured and standardized manner to allow easy understanding.
FINANCIAL STATEMENT, noun. Any of the four basic elements in above, i.e. balance sheet, income statement, cashflow statement and statement on changes in equity.
FINANCIAL YEAR, noun. (accounting) Alternative form of fiscal year
FINANCIAL YEARS, noun. Plural of financial year
FINANCIAL, adjective. Involving financial matters; "fiscal responsibility".
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