investment behaviour

investment behaviour
фин., бирж. инвестиционное поведение (поведение физических или юридических лиц либо государства, связанное с принятием решений о покупке или продаже инвестиционных активов)

Women investors (79 per cent) indicate that their investment behaviour has changed due to recent stock market volatility. — Женщины-инвесторы (79%) продемонстрировали изменение своего инвестиционного поведения вследствие недавнего колебания на фондовом рынке.

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динамика инвестций

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