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Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: financial

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Finanz... financial
finanziell financial
finanztechnisch financial
Abfindung {f}Femininum (die) financial settlement
Ausfall {m}Maskulinum (der) (finanzieller Verlust) financial loss
Ausgleichs- oder Entschädigungsleistung {f}Femininum (die) financial settlement and compensatory payment
Börsenblatt {n}Neutrum (das) financial newspaper
Börsenblätter {pl}Plural (die) financial newspapers
Börsenzeitung {f}Femininum (die) financial paper
Börsenzeitungen {pl}Plural (die) financial papers
Finanzbereich {m}Maskulinum (der) financial sphere
Finanzbuchhalter {m}Maskulinum (der) financial accountant
Finanzdienstleistungsunternehmen {n}Neutrum (das) financial services company
Finanzgenie {n}Neutrum (das) financial genius
finanzielle Erleichterung {f}Femininum (die) financial relief
finanzielle Verhältnisse financial circumstances
finanzieller Anreiz financial incentive
finanzielles Umfeld {n}Neutrum (das) [fin.] financial environment
Finanzlage {f}Femininum (die) financial state
Finanzlagen {pl}Plural (die) financial states
Finanzverwaltung {f}Femininum (die) financial management
Finanzwesen {n}Neutrum (das) financial concerns
Finanzwirtschaft {f}Femininum (die) financial management

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—First, our little financial settlement, he said.
A phenomenally beautiful tenor voice like that, the rarest of boons, which Bloom appreciated at the very first note he got out, could easily, if properly handled by some recognised authority on voice production such as Barraclough and being able to read music into the bargain, command its own price where baritones were ten a penny and procure for its fortunate possessor in the near future an entrée into fashionable houses in the best residential quarters of financial magnates in a large way of business and titled people where with his university degree of B. A. (a huge ad in its way) and gentlemanly bearing to all the more influence the good impression he would infallibly score a distinct success, being blessed with brains which also could be utilised for the purpose and other requisites, if his clothes were properly attended to so as to the better worm his way into their good graces as he, a youthful tyro in society’s sartorial niceties, hardly understood how a little thing like that could militate against you.
The financial success achieved by Ephraim Marks and Charles A. James, the former by his 1d bazaar at 42 George’s street, south, the latter at his 6 1/2d shop and world’s fancy fair and waxwork exhibition at 30 Henry street, admission 2d, children 1d: and the infinite possibilities hitherto unexploited of the modern art of advertisement if condensed in triliteral monoideal symbols, vertically of maximum visibility (divined), horizontally of maximum legibility (deciphered) and of magnetising efficacy to arrest involuntary attention, to interest, to convince, to decide.
Whence, disappearing from the constellation of the Northern Crown he would somehow reappear reborn above delta in the constellation of Cassiopeia and after incalculable eons of peregrination return an estranged avenger, a wreaker of justice on malefactors, a dark crusader, a sleeper awakened, with financial resources (by supposition) surpassing those of Rothschild or the silver king.
And with a Frenchman’s easy and naïve frankness the captain told Pierre the story of his ancestors, his childhood, youth, and manhood, and all about his relations and his financial and family affairs, “ma pauvre mère” playing of course an important part in the story.
He had failed in business in a licensed house in the city because his financial condition had constrained him to tie himself to second-class distillers and brewers.
It has been calculated that the first day of a riot costs France twenty millions, the second day forty, the third sixty, a three days’ uprising costs one hundred and twenty millions, that is to say, if only the financial result be taken into consideration, it is equivalent to a disaster, a shipwreck or a lost battle, which should annihilate a fleet of sixty ships of the line.
Besides, that does not concern the home but the financial department.
“Thomson & French are perfectly solvent,” replied Danglars, with an almost mocking smile; “but the word unlimited, in financial affairs, is so extremely vague.”
At each moment, in the midst of the crowd, the buzzing, and the laughter, the door-keeper’s voice was heard announcing some name well known in the financial department, respected in the army, or illustrious in the literary world, and which was acknowledged by a slight movement in the different groups.

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