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Synonyms for amount

amount to something: add up to

amount to something: come to


Synonyms for amount

a number or quantity obtained as a result of addition

the general sense or significance, as of an action or statement

a measurable whole

to come to in number or quantity

to be equivalent or tantamount

Synonyms for amount

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iay the operating margin amounted to 17 (17) per cent
The average daily trading volume in Swedish, Finnish and Danish equity and fixed-income derivative products amounted to 759,890 contracts (during the past 12-month period: 529,484).
Operating cash flow before change in interest-bearing assets and liabilities amounted to SEK -589 M (-464).
The cash flow from current operations amounted to SEK 324M (127).
Net interest income before provision for doubtful debts of the Leumi Group in the first half of 2005 amounted to NIS 3,197 million ($699.
Net interest income after provision for doubtful debts of the Leumi Group in the period January - March 2005 amounted to NIS 1,147 million ($263.
Stock based compensation related to options granted to purchase common shares of the Company (see note 5c to the March 31, 2005 Financial Statements) amounted to $2,260,000 for the quarter and $2,295,000 for the year to date.
Consolidated net sales amounted to SEK 38,728 M (37,460), up 3 percent compared with 1999.
In the current quarter, net interest income amounted to $1,436,000, down from $1,442,000 in 1999.
This meant that Bure's holding amounted to the equivalent of approximately SEK 275M on 14 August.
Operating profit for the first half of 2000 amounted to MSEK 1 842 (1 003).
Sales during the first six months amounted to SEK 1,565 m.
Net sales amounted to MSEK 9 822 (9 308), an increase of 5.
Basic and diluted earnings per share amounted to 32 cents per share for the fourth quarter of 1998 compared to 29 cents and 28 cents per share, respectively, for the fourth quarter of 1997.