financial


financial
прил.
1) фин. финансовый, денежный (относящийся к деньгам, касающихся денежных вопросов)

to face financial problems — испытывать финансовые затруднения

to meet financial obligations — выполнять финансовые обязательства

financial needs — финансовые потребности

financial resources — финансовые ресурсы

See:
2) фин. финансовый (относящийся в управлению финансовыми ресурсами)

financial market — финансовый рынок, рынок финансов

See:
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