Given today's low-interest rate environment with deposits yielding next to nothing
, we have seen investors flock fixed income funds as an alternative," Usman Ali Ahmad, head of fixed income, Emirates NBD Asset Management, told Gulf News.
It is just bits and pieces of data, of numbers, and losing them means next to nothing
Peter Farrier, defending, said Ward was under stress because he was making next to nothing
due to his business not doing well and that he and his wife had now split up.
Murray is in the last year of his contract and Gers are likely to let him go for next to nothing
to slash their wage bill.
Now each member stands to take $1 million in extra salary and benefits while doing next to nothing
to benefit the public.
I was looking for information about glass recycling, but you said next to nothing
about the subject.
9) Seeing attractive men, and women, wearing next to nothing
And there was me thinking that she simply wanted to sell tickets for the pounds 100 million movie and could think of nothing better than to turn up in public wearing next to nothing
Cortical thickness at any one age tells you next to nothing
about intelligence," Shaw says.
As is often the case, though, the toy cost next to nothing
To say this, however, is to my mind to say next to nothing
Yep, with just a few finishing nails, the placemats added wow to the walls for next to nothing
Men were to expensive to employ, so they employed women instead, paid them next to nothing
and nicknamed them 'computers'.
Moving from London to San Francisco to set up a new business in a market I knew next to nothing
A commodity item that costs next to nothing
today, and even less next year.