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banking / finance / financial
HSK 6
Belt and Road Initiative, Chinese government plan to provide finance and engineering expertise to build infrastructure across Eurasia and northeast Africa, unveiled in 2013
finance and economics
finances (public) / financial
HSK 6
share certificate / stock (finance)
HSK 5
to audit / to examine finances
abbr. for 期貨合約|期货合约, futures contract (finance)
to be in debt / to incur debts / liability (finance)
Ministry of Finance
financial management / finance
the current period / this term (usually in finance)
to buy (finance)
finance and accounting
earnings rate / earnings yield (finance)
finance and taxation
joint guarantee (finance, law)
equity participation (finance)
Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing / abbr. for 中央財經大學|中央财经大学
many-headed / many-layered (authority) / devolved (as opposed to centralized) / pluralistic / (as classifier) number of animals / long term (finance) / long (investment)
warrant (finance)
rural capital (finance)
Greater China / refers to China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau (esp. in finance and economics) / refers to all areas of Chinese presence (esp. in the cultural field), including parts of Southeast Asia, Europe and the Americas
phony / so-called / armchair (expert) / vain (promise) / (finance) short-seller / bear (market) / short (selling)
finance
Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (SUFE)
hedging (finance)
to flee from danger / to avoid danger / to minimize risk / (finance) hedge
Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing
(literary) the vast sky / (finance) eventual downturn / poor prospects in the long term
banking circles / the world of finance
to extend credit (finance) / credit
(finance) to crash / to collapse / crash
company finance / corporate finance
to entrust / trust bond (finance)
treasurer / head of finances / minister of finance
to hollow out / to empty out / to use up / (finance) tunneling
consumer finance
reserve requirement (finance)
finance and trade
to relax completely / to empty one's mind / (finance) to sell short / (of a commercial vehicle) to travel empty (no cargo or passengers) / to deadhead
paid-in capital / contributed capital (finance)
collateral (finance)
to close a position (finance)
derivative product / derivative (in finance)
corporate bonds (finance)
gold contract / special drawing right (SDR) / paper gold (finance)
futures contract (finance)
good prospects in the long term (finance)
minister of finance
central finance / Chinese monetary fund
derivative (finance)
foreign exchange collection (finance)
International Finance Corporation
open-mouthed (jar etc) / (of speech) freely / exposure (finance)
to sell short (finance)
basis point (finance), abbr. to 基點|基点
quantitative easing (finance)
Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing / abbr. for 中央財經大學|中央财经大学
paid-in capital / contributed capital (finance)
Guizhou University of Finance and Economics
swap (finance)
(finance) yield to maturity (YTM)
fat finger error (finance)
negotiation (finance)
subscribed capital (finance)
forward contract (finance)
finance minister / UK chancellor of exchequer
the state of family finance
(finance) leverage / gearing
(finance) trading curb / circuit breaker
to buy on margin (finance)
hidden loss (finance)
to short-sell (finance)
government revenue / tributary goods and finances / finances and taxes / wealth / property / belongings
unit trust (finance)
finance minister
minister of finance
good prospects in the short term (finance)
lump-sum (finance)
poor prospects in the short term (finance)
consumer finance / abbr. of 消費金融|消费金融
(finance) deductible / excess fee
system of circuit breakers / limit up, limit down system (finance)
credit default swap (finance)
stop order (finance)
(provincial) department of finance
structured note (finance)
credit derivative (in finance)
a form of transit taxation in China introduced to finance armies to suppress the Taiping Rebellion
vesting period (in finance)
building society (finance)


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