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Tag: Exchange

Credit

1. Commendation or approval, as for an act or quality: she was given credit for her work. 2. A person or thing serving as a source of good influence, repute, ability, etc: a credit to the team. 3. The quality of being believable or trustworthy: that statement had credit. 4. Influence or reputation coming from the approval or good opinion of others: he acquired credit within the community. 5. Belief in the truth, reliability, quality, etc, of someone or something: I would give credit to that philosophy. 6. A sum of money or equivalent purchasing power, as at a shop, available for a person’s use. 7. The positive balance in a person’s bank account. 8. The sum of money that a bank makes available to a client in excess of any deposit. 8. The practice of permitting a buyer to receive goods or services before payment.
9. Reputation for solvency and commercial or financial probity, inducing confidence among creditors. 10. Acknowledgment of an income, liability, or capital item by entry on the right-hand side of an account. 11. A distinction awarded to an examination candidate obtaining good marks.

Currency

1. Money in any form when in actual use as a medium of exchange, especially circulating paper money. 2. Transmission from person to person as a medium of exchange; circulation: coins now in currency. 3. General acceptance or use; prevalence: the currency of a slang term4. The state of being current; up-to-dateness.

Economy

1. Careful management of resources to avoid unnecessary expenditure or waste; thrift. 2. A means or instance of this; saving 3. Sparing, restrained, or efficient use, esp to achieve the maximum effect for the minimum effort: economy of language. 4. The complex of human activities concerned with the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. 5. A particular type or branch of such production, distribution, and consumption: a socialist economy; an agricultural economy. 6. The management of the resources, finances, income, and expenditure of a community, business enterprise, etc. 7. A class of travel in aircraft, providing less luxurious accommodation than first class at a lower fare: economy class. 8. Offering or purporting to offer a larger quantity for a lower price: economy pack. 9. The orderly interplay between the parts of a system or structure: the economy of nature. 10. The principle that, of two competing theories, the one with less ontological presupposition is to be preferred.

Futures

Financial contracts obligating the buyer to purchase an asset and a seller to sell an asset at a predetermined future date and price.

Money

1. A amount of coins and bills in somebody’s possession at any one time. 2. The amount of money held in a bank account or available on credit to somebody. 3. The amount somebody is paid for working. 4. Assets or property that can be converted into cash. 5. The official currency of a country. 6. A commodity, usually gold, that is an official medium of exchange. 7. A measure of value. 8. A medium of exchange that can be used to purchase goods and services.

Sales

1. The exchange of goods or services for an amount of money or its equivalent; the act of selling. 2. A selling of property to the highest bidder; an auction. 3. An offer or arrangement in which goods are sold at a discount: The store has a sale on winter coats. 3. The business or activity of selling goods or services: She works in sales. 4. The number of items sold or the amount of money received for a number of items sold.

Upper Limit

1. The maximum amount of anything that a person can receive, have or own. Once an upper limit has been reached, the receiving person subconsciously projects their lack of self-worth onto the giving person, entity, environment or money. Devaluing everything over and above their upper limit.

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