The survey of 398 firms, which was conducted between February 21 and March 13, suggested total output growth remained subdued but steady, with a negative balance
of 15% compared with minus 14% in February.
In contrast, the region has shown a sharp drop in investment abroad, which had a negative balance
in the first half of the year.
Paypal brought in debt collectors as wife Margo's account showed a negative balance
and the couple paid up for fear of being blacklisted.
The fund currently has a negative balance
He also failed to perform a required three-way reconciliation of his IOLTA account every 60 days, failed to maintain proper records of transactions, and issued checks drawn on the account that created a negative balance
Moreover and most importantly, if the account balance is negative, the benefit is nonetheless paid to the worker and the negative balance
of his/her account is further increased.
The balance of companies expecting better profits over the next six months was positive, rising to four per cent from a negative balance
of - 22 per cent in June.
It appears the investment went against him and his account went into negative balance
The fund was expected to reach a negative balance
this week because of increasing bank failures in the country.
There's a negative balance
of -20 in workload perceived in their sectors, so engineers think their firms are busier than their rivals.
Our panel survey on shortterm optimism reflects this gloomy short-term outlook, with the balance of job gains over job losses since last June showing a hefty negative balance
While five UK regions reported a negative balance
, the North-east outlook has improved by 12% on quarter four of this year and 4% year-on-year.
There was also a record negative balance
for expected business expansion over the next 12 months.
For the first time since 2001, France registered a negative balance
of 62m euros ($90m) because of the sharp increase of Bahraini exports of refined oil products, which have more than doubled from $10m to $240m.
5% to 5%: a positive balance to be taxed at 5%; a negative balance
to be deductible at the same rate.