borrowing


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Synonyms for borrowing

the appropriation (of ideas or words etc) from another source

obtaining funds from a lender

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In October 2017, Treasury estimated net privately-held marketable borrowing of $275 billion and assumed an end-of-December cash balance of $205 billion.
Government has reassessed additional borrowing requirements taking note of revenue receipts and expenditure pattern.
We cannot do all development without borrowing from outside the country.
The national government reported gross borrowings more than twice as large in August than it was a year earlier to P61.
Christine Lagarde, IMF Managing Director, said: I am encouraged by the commitments received from the membership to provide bilateral resources under the new borrowing framework.
Natural gas company Bill Barrett Corporation (NYSE:BBG) stated on Monday that its bank group has set a borrowing base of USD335m upon completion of the semi-annual borrowing base redetermination of its revolving credit facility maturing in April 2020.
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has policies that encourage the banking institutions to do micro and small scale lending as a profitable endeavor which would still considerably bring down the cost of borrowing for the micro and small borrowers.
The sharp increase in consumer credit borrowing was fuelled by a PS1.
Shura Council financial and economic affairs committee chairman Khalid Al Maskati urged members to approve the increased borrowing limit, saying that it would be illogical to reject it now since the money has been already borrowed and spent.
Then when the serious discussions began following the Silk Commission recommendations on borrowing powers the Government had a strong case based on economic regeneration and jobs.
KARACHI -- The government's borrowings during the first quarter (July-September) of this fiscal year touched Rs513 billion, the State Bank said.
British state borrowing struck the highest August level on record, official data showed, dealing a blow to the coalition government's plans to slash the deficit.
One of the prime reasons which prevented the textile sector and other sectors from borrowing was the high cost of borrowing as well as the fact that banks were not keen to extend loans to the private sector.
The counterparty was required to pay a fee to the taxpayer for borrowing the pledged stock and was required to make in-lieu-of payments to the trustee equal to any dividends or other distributions received with respect to the borrowed shares.
In addition the taxpayer's expert demonstrated that the company did not have to use the borrowing solely to purchase stock; it could have used the money to purchase many other items.