Translation of saver in Spanish:


ahorrador, n.

Pronunciation /ˈseɪvər//ˈseɪvə/


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    ahorrador masculine
    ahorradora feminine
    ahorrista masculine River Plate
    ahorrante feminine Chile
    • These are hardly generous limits and could discourage low-income savers from bothering to save at all.
    • The pensions industry is well known for its insatiable appetite for savers ' money and its attempts to part us from it.
    • Thankfully, we have been, and still are, regular savers.
    • I used a regular-saving account that pays the highest rates of interest to savers who save twelve consecutive monthly payments.
    • Banks lure in savers with headline-grabbing rates and then quietly cut rates once demand slackens off.
    • Inflation reduced the debts of all borrowers, including the state, companies, and farmers, at the cost of creditors, savers, and banks.
    • According to new research over 6 ½ million savers are losing out on £2.9 billion in interest.
    • Our grandparents' generation was full of savers who ferreted away money during the Great Depression and the war.
    • However, over the longer term, deposit accounts have often failed to protect savers ' money against inflation with the interest paid insufficient to offset the loss in the buying power of our money.
    • And while the insurance company will take your funds and use them to purchase securities, such as government or corporate bonds, the saver is left with only an insurance policy.
    • More savers and money managers now believe that, in the long run, the return on stocks is higher and the riskiness of stocks is lower than bonds.
    • The government's scheme gives a free 25 per cent top-up to savers who leave their money in an account for five years.
    • Stock markets have plummeted, sharply reducing investment returns both for savers and pension funds over the past two years.
    • As you can see, local building societies pay the highest rates to regular savers.
    • Not surprisingly, financial advisers are encouraging savers to invest in equity-based products.
    • Okay, let's say you are an exceptional saver and are able to save 20% or your yearly income.
    • Since the outset of the neo-liberal reform project, both the government and private sector have borrowed money from domestic savers as well as from international creditors.
    • The function of financial intermediaries is to act as middlemen between savers and investors.
    • Frustrated with low returns, savers are taking money out of state banks and lending it themselves
    • Children are more likely to be good savers if they see that their parents save regularly and also find saving money to be worthwhile.