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  • 1 Credit Union Centre — Former names Saskatchewan Place Location 3515 Thatcher Avenue Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7R 1C4 …

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  • 2 credit — 1 / kredit/ noun 1 DELAYED PAYMENT (U) an arrangement with a shop, bank etc that makes it possible for you to buy something and pay for it later: on credit (=bought using this arrangement): stores that sell goods on credit | interest free credit… …

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  • 3 credit terms — The conditions under which credit will be extended to a customer. The components of credit terms are: cash discount, credit period, net period. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * credit terms credit terms ➔ term1 * * * credit terms UK US noun… …

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  • 4 credit — / kredɪt/ noun 1. the period of time allowed before a customer has to pay a debt incurred for goods or services ● to give someone six months’ credit ● to sell on good credit terms ♦ to open a line of credit or a credit line to make credit… …

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  • 5 credit — / kredɪt/ noun 1. a period of time allowed before a customer has to pay a debt incurred for goods or services ● to give someone six months’ credit ● to sell on good credit terms ♦ on credit without paying immediately ● to live on credit ● We buy… …

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  • 6 sell — /sel/ noun an act of selling ♦ to give a product the hard sell to make great efforts to persuade customers to buy it ■ verb 1. to give goods in exchange for money ● to sell something on credit ● The shop sells washing machines and refrigerators.… …

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  • 7 sell — /sel/ verb 1. to give goods in exchange for money ● to sell something on credit ● The shop sells washing machines and refrigerators. ● They tried to sell their house for £100,000. ● Their products are easy to sell. 2. to be sold ● These items… …

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  • 8 Credit Mutuel — Crédit Mutuel Unternehmensform Genossenschaftsbank Gründung 1882 …

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  • 9 Crédit Mobilier — was a French banking company, and one of the most important financial institutions of the world during the 19th century. It had a major role in the financing of numerous railroads and other infrastructure projects in Europe, North Africa and the… …

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  • 10 Credit Derivatives Product Company — Credit Derivatives Product Companies, or CDPC, are a business almost solely focused on selling credit default swaps contracts. IE, they basically sell insurance against someone failing to pay back a loan ( defaulting ). CDPC are usually highly… …

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  • 11 credit freeze — ➔ freeze2 * * * credit freeze UK US noun [C, usually singular] ► ECONOMICS, FINANCE a situation in which actions by a government force banks to stop lending money: » A sign that the credit freeze may be thawing is a drop of .01% in the interest… …

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  • 12 credit rating — Credit reporting agencies collect information about consumers financial affairs and sell this information to their clients. Credit ratings are set by creditors who pass this information to the reporting agencies. It consists of a nine point… …

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  • 13 sell on trust — sell on credit …

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  • 14 Credit default swap — If the reference bond performs without default, the protection buyer pays quarterly payments to the seller until maturity …

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  • 15 Credit history — This article deals with the general concept of the term credit history. For detailed information about the same topic in the United States, see Credit score (United States). Credit history or credit report is, in many countries, a record of an… …

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  • 16 Credit bureau — A credit bureau (United States), or credit reference agency (United Kingdom) is a company that collects information from various sources and provides consumer credit information on individual consumers for a variety of uses. It is an organization …

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  • 17 Credit card fraud — Personal finance Credit and debt Pawnbroker Student loan Employment contract Salary Wage Empl …

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  • 18 credit — an entry made on the right hand side of an account and indicating a gain to a liability, owner s equity or revenue account. Glossary of Business Terms money loaned. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * ▪ I. credit cred‧it 1 [ˈkredt] noun 1.… …

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  • 19 Credit — Money loaned. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * ▪ I. credit cred‧it 1 [ˈkredt] noun 1. [uncountable] COMMERCE an arrangement with a shop, supplier etc to buy something now and pay for it later: • They are saving for new furniture… …

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  • 20 Credit channel — The credit channel mechanism of monetary policy describes the theory that a central bank s policy changes affect the amount of credit that banks issue to firms and consumers for purchases, which in turn affects the real economy. Contents 1 Credit …

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