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annual
every year
bank loan
money the bank lends and sb borrows
capital
the money you need to start a business
cash flow
the movement of money into and out of a business
cash flow problem
more money is going out than coming in
costs
expenses
drop
decrease SYN fall, go down
finance
the money somebody borrows or receives ot operate a business or the activity of managing money
financial
related to money management
fluctuate
moving around some level
fluctuation
process of moving around some level
go down
decrease SYN drop, fall
go up
make bigger SYN increase, rise, grow
gradual
slow and over a long period of time
gradually
when something changes slowly over a long period of time
grow
increase SYN go up, rise
growth
when something increases
increase
raise in size (SYN go up, rise, grow)
inflation
a general rise in the price of services and goods in a particular country
interest
extra money you pay when you borrow money
interest rate
exact cost of borrowing money
loss
have a negative balance after paying costs
make a profit
have a positive balance after paying costs
operating costs
the amount of money that a business needs to spend to continue as a business
peak
maximum value
pre-tax
before paing tax
profit
the money you make in a business after paying costs
raise capital
to find the money you need
remain unchanged
keep the same value SYN stay the same, stable
revenue
income
rise
make bigger SYN increase, go up, grow
sales revenue
the total value of goods or services that a company sells in a particular period of time (SYN turnover)
sharp
very large and sudden
significant
considerable in amount
slight
a bit
stability
without much change
stable
keep the same value SYN remain unchanged, stay the same
stay the same
keep the same value SYN remain unchanged, stable
steady
slow but regular and continuing
stock
part of the ownership of the company
take out
obtain
tax
money you have to pay to the government
trend
the general direction in which a situation is changing
turnover
the total value of goods or services that a company sells in a particular period of time (SYN sales revenue)
fall
decrease SYN drop, go down