financial

financial
-ʃəl
adjective (concerning money: financial affairs.) financiero
financial adj financiero / económico
financial problems problemas económicos
financial
tr[faɪ'nænʃəl]
adjective
1 financiero,-a
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
financial year ejercicio, año fiscal
financial [fə'nænʧəl, faɪ-] adj
: financiero, económico
financial
adj.
bancario, -a adj.
financiera adj.
financiero, -a adj.
monetario, -a adj.
rentístico, -a adj.
fə'næntʃəl, faɪ'nænʃəl
adjective <system/risk> financiero; <difficulties/independence> económico; <news> (Journ) de economía, de negocios

financial advice — asesoría f económica

financial management — gestión f financiera


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Cultural note:
Financial Times Indices
Son listas que se publican diariamente en el Financial Times y que contienen los índices de los precios de las acciones en la Bolsa de Valores de Londres (London Stock Exchange). Sirven para mostrar la tendencia general de los mercados financieros de Gran Bretaña. El más conocido es el FTSE 100 Share Index y se calcula tomando como base el valor de las acciones de las 100 empresas más grandes de Gran Bretaña
[faɪ'nænʃǝl]
1.
ADJ [services, aid, backing, affairs, security] financiero; [policy, resources, problems] económico; [page, section] de economía, de negocios
2.
CPD

financial adviser N — asesor(a) m / f financiero(-a)

financial institution N — entidad f financiera

financial management N — gestión f financiera

financial plan N — plan m de financiación

financial services NPL — servicios mpl financieros

financial statement N — estado m financiero, balance m

Financial Times Index N — índice m bursátil del Financial Times

financial year N[of company] ejercicio m (financiero); [of government] año m fiscal

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[fə'næntʃəl, faɪ'nænʃəl]
adjective <system/risk> financiero; <difficulties/independence> económico; <news> (Journ) de economía, de negocios

financial advice — asesoría f económica

financial management — gestión f financiera


••
Cultural note:
Financial Times Indices
Son listas que se publican diariamente en el Financial Times y que contienen los índices de los precios de las acciones en la Bolsa de Valores de Londres (London Stock Exchange). Sirven para mostrar la tendencia general de los mercados financieros de Gran Bretaña. El más conocido es el FTSE 100 Share Index y se calcula tomando como base el valor de las acciones de las 100 empresas más grandes de Gran Bretaña

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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