In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(of stocks)a majority/minority holding — una participación mayoritaria/minoritaria
- she has substantial holdings in banking stocks — tiene en cartera una buena cantidad de valores bancarios
- On the back of hefty unrealised profits in their property and stock holdings, Japanese banks boosted their global operations, thinking the expansion could last forever.
- At that point, they would be gaining from their stock holdings, but the fund would be paying lower Social Security benefits.
- We screened the company's database looking for funds with diversified holdings that spread their assets to many nations in the region.
- The vast majority of this financial credit is created as financial sector entities borrow funds enabling the purchase of additional holdings of financial assets.
- That has put a big dent in the value of their stock holdings, generally 60% or more of their total assets.
- For the first time, the U.S. is paying foreigners more on their investment income from holdings in America than it receives from its own assets abroad.
- Since funds report their stock holdings only twice a year, the information is rarely up to date.
- The rise in real estate offsets declines in stock holdings and mutual funds.
- I continue to be an avid follower of the company, because of my stock options and holdings.
- Until recently, Mexico's pension funds were required to invest two-thirds of their holdings in government securities.
- Personal holdings of stocks and mutual funds increased by $944 billion.
- But health of the real economy, not the market of mutual fund holdings and financial investments, is measured by employment and productivity.
- This is due to the huge decline in equity values over the past 18 months which has, in turn, increased the percentage value of property holdings.
- The company will lose desktop share, but will be able to consolidate its holdings in some areas.
- Today, any sensible analysis would certainly expand the definition of what functions as money to include other liquid financial assets, such as holdings in money market funds.
- The underlying holdings are stocks, which are more volatile than bonds and have a greater risk of losing some of your principal.
- While no one is urging investors to panic and liquidate their stock and mutual-fund holdings, the time for crisis-proofing investments has come.
- Shares feature prominently alongside a mixture of securities and property investments in the holdings of the superannuation funds.
- Her financial and property holdings have made her one of the world's richest women.
- In addition, investing in these bonds may help to diversify your fixed-income holdings.
(land)tierras femininepropiedades feminine
- A World Bank study of northeast Brazil estimates that moving farmland into smaller holdings would raise output as much as 80 percent.
- For the purposes of the permitting arrangements, a holding includes all land parcels declared for area aid purposes.
- In the Netherlands, England, Wales, and parts of Scotland, tenants generally had good-sized holdings and relatively secure tenure.
- One such claim was marked by a transfer of property: the 1922 grant of 80 acres from private holdings to the Commonwealth.
- It is encouraging to see someone moving on to an agricultural holding rather than moving off it.
- This loss would be minimal in the context of the area of good quality of land within the holding, however, and the development is required for agriculture.
- This is reflected in our own region where most holdings are dependent on an off-farm income.
- For the occasion the university library mounted a display of its impressive holdings in the area.
- He stated he had approximately 180 acres of his own land but also had rented other holdings throughout the area.
- Strict restrictions on vehicles moving between farm holdings will be enforced for the next month.
- You'd be talking about the areas where the holdings are vast and few and far between.
- Most of the standing and merchantable timber in Oldham was found on the private holdings as opposed to the common lands, which were largely moorland.
- After the 1882 lead market crash, the Beaumont Company gave up the mine, along with its other holdings in the area.
2Sportmasculine bloqueomasculine holdingmasculine bloqueo
2(tank) de almacenamiento temporal
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