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VŠE 2AJ20X (angličtina)

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Word-building

Glossary: unit26

the act of sending or transferring money; the amount sent
an investment or item of financial value, esp. a stock, share or debenture, that can be bought and sold on a stock exchange
an amount charged for money borrowed
assets kept by a bank to be able to provide cash in exchange for deposit balances when needed
a signed document, such as a Cheque, that orders a person or an organization, such as a bank, to pay a fixed sum of money on demand or on a certain date to the person specifies
the amount of reserves that banks are required by law to keep, as a fraction of demand deposits
a process by which cheques and other payments are passed through the banking system until the transactions are completed
a financial intermediary with a government license to make loans and issue deposits
a bank that provides finance for companies, esp. by buying stocks and securities and selling them in smaller units to the public
a payment to someone for providing a service or a good, usually a percentage of the total value of the deal
gold or silver in the form of bars not coins
a financial institution that specializes in providing services such as savings accounts as opposed to general banking services
the cost of borrowing money expressed as a percentage of the capital borrowed (úroková míra)
a financial institution that provides insurance
an arrangement where goods and services can be received now and paid for later, within an agreed period
money collected from employers and employees, or by the State, and invested to provide future pensions
middlemen who bring borrowers and lenders together
a letter from one bank to another bank, by which a third party, usually a customer, is able to obtain money
a place where valuable things are stored
ˆ nahoru