Financijski engleski

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Financijski engleski

cook the books

-krivotvoriti financije tvrtke  An independent audit showed that they've been cooking the books for years.

cook the books 2016-01-14T15:19:34+00:00

He who pays the piper calls the tune

-onaj koji plaća odlučuje, diktira uvjete You may not agree with Mr Brown but he funded this venture, and he who pays the piper calls the tune.

He who pays the piper calls the tune 2015-12-05T06:36:10+00:00

pay dearly

-skupo platiti Homeowners in Poland Borrowed in Swiss Francs, and Now Pay Dearly.

pay dearly 2015-01-30T10:07:16+00:00

bleed someone dry

-izmusti koga; iscijediti komu zadnju paru; financijski iscrpsti koga I can't afford to take another bank loan because repayments on the new car are bleeding me dry. 

bleed someone dry 2015-01-22T05:36:32+00:00

stock/stocks

zalihe, roba in stock - raspoloživ, na lageru out of stock - rasprodan (roba i sl.) to take stock of - raditi inventuru/popis robe; (fig.) sumirati, procijeniti

stock/stocks 2014-07-15T18:09:08+00:00

money doesn’t grow on trees

-novac ne raste na drveću; novac se teško zaradi Dad, can I have a new bike?' We can't afford one. Money doesn't grow on trees, you know.

money doesn’t grow on trees 2014-05-22T07:46:50+00:00

throw good money after bad

-potrošiti dodatni novac nakon što smo nešto već platili; trošiti novac na nešto što neće nikada uspjeti I bought a used car and then had to spend $300 on repairs. That was throwing good money after bad. The Browns are always throwing good money after bad. They bought an acre of land that turned out [...]

throw good money after bad 2014-05-21T18:14:29+00:00

money is no object

-cijena nije upitna (također: expense is no object) Please show me your finest automobile. Money is no object.  I want the finest earrings you have. Don't worry about how much they cost because expense is no object.

money is no object 2014-05-22T14:46:43+00:00

loan shark

-kamatar A loan shark is a person or body that offers loans at extremely high interest rates. The term usually refers to illegal activity.

loan shark 2016-11-28T10:29:23+00:00

fight the charges

-boriti se protiv optužbi JP Morgan and HSBC will fight the charges. Credit Agricole will study the European Commission's findings.

fight the charges 2014-05-21T04:48:48+00:00

collude

to collude - biti u dosluhu, šurovati The European Commission has accused JPMorgan, HSBC and Credit Agricole of colluding to fix a key euro benchmark borrowing rate - Euribor.

collude 2014-05-22T14:47:48+00:00

rate-fixes

-namještanje tečaja JPMorgan, HSBC and Credit Agricole accused of euro rate-fixes...

rate-fixes 2014-05-21T04:45:50+00:00

rate-rigging

-namještanje tečaja Banks accused of euro rate-rigging: the European Commission accuses JPMorgan, HSBC and Credit Agricole of colluding to fix a key euro benchmark borrowing rate used to price of financial products.

rate-rigging 2014-05-21T04:44:28+00:00

hinge on/upon

-ovisiti o The success of the project hinges upon you and how well you do your job. The case hinged on whether the jury believed the accused thief or the two witnesses.

hinge on/upon 2014-05-13T04:49:06+00:00