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1. n1) норма; размер2) ставка, тариф; такса; расценка3) курс (валюты, ценных бумаг); цена4) скорость, темп5) процент, доля; коэффициент6) разряд, сорт7) местный налог; коммунальный налог
 accident rate
 accident frequency rate
 accounting rate
 accumulated earnings tax rate
 accumulated profits tax rate
 actuarial rate
 administered rate
 ad valorem
 advertising rate
 advertisement rate
 agreed rate
 air freight rates
 allcommodity rate
 allin rate
 amortization rate
 annual rate
 annual average growth rate
 annual interest rate
 annualized rate of growth
 annual percentage rate
 annual production rate
 anticipated rate of expenditures
 anyquantity rate
 applicable rate
 area rate
 average rate
 average rate of return
 average annual rate
 average growth rate
 average tax rate
 average weighted rate
 backwardation rate
 baggage rate
 bank rate
 bank discount rate
 bank's repurchase rate
 base rate
 base lending rate
 basic rate
 rate rate of charge
 basing rate
 basis rate
 benchmark rate
 benchmark overnight bank lending rate
 berth rate
 bill rate
 birth rate
 blanket rate
 blended rate
 bond rate
 bonus rates
 borrowing rate
 bridge rate
 broken cross rates
 broker loan rate
 bulk cargo rate
 burden rate
 buyer's rate
 buying rate
 cable rates
 call rate
 call loan rate
 call money rate
 capacity rate
 capital gain rate
 capitalization rate
 carload rate
 carrier rate
 carrying over rate
 cash rate
 ceiling rate
 central rate
 cheque rate
 check rate
 class rate
 clearing rate
 closing rate
 collection rate
 column rate
 combination rate
 combination freight rate
 combination through rate
 combined rate
 commercial bank lending rates
 commission rate
 commitment rate
 commodity rate
 common freight rate
 compensation rate
 compound growth rate
 composite rate
 concessionary interest rate
 conference rate
 consumption rate
 container rate
 contango rate
 conventional rate
 conventional rate of interest
 conversion rate
 cost rate
 coupon rate
 credit rates
 cross rate
 crossover discount rate
 crude rate
 curb rate
 currency rate
 current rate
 current rate of exchange
 customs rate
 cutback rate
 daily rate
 daily wage rate
 day rate
 death rate
 deck cargo rate
 default rate
 demand rate
 demurrage rate
 departmental overhead rate
 deposit rate
 deposit interest rate
 depreciation rate
 discharging rates
 discount rate
 dispatch rate
 distress rate
 dividend rate
 double exchange rate
 downtime rate
 drawdown rate
 drawing rate
 dual rate
 duty rate
 earned rate
 earning rate
 economic expansion rate
 economic growth rate
 effective rate
 effective rate of return
 effective annual rate
 effective exchange rate
 effective tax rate
 employment rate
 enrollment rate
 equalizing discount rate
 equilibrium exchange rate
 equilibrium growth rate
 estimated rate
 eurodollar exchange rate
 evaluated wage rate
 exchange rate
 exchange rate to the dollar
 existing rates
 exorbitant rate
 exorbitant interest rate
 expansion rate
 expenditure rate
 export rate
 express rate
 extraction rate
 face interest rate
 failure rate
 fair rate of exchange
 favourable rate
 final rate
 financial internal rate of return
 fine rate
 first rate
 fixed rate
 fixed rate of exchange
 fixed rate of royalty
 fixed interest rate
 flat rate
 flexible exchange rate
 floating rate
 floating exchange rate
 floating interest rate
 floating prime rate
 floor rate of exchange
 fluctuant rate
 fluctuating rate
 forced rate of exchange
 foreign rate
 foreign exchange rate
 forward rate
 forward exchange rate
 free rate
 free exchange rate
 freight rate
 future rate
 general rates
 general rate of profit
 general cargo rates
 going rate
 going market rate
 going wage rates
 goods rate
 graduated rate
 group rate
 growth rate
 guaranteed wage rate
 handling rate
 high rate
 high rate of exchange
 high rate of productivity
 higher rate
 hiring rate
 hotel rates
 hourly rate
 hourly wage rate
 hurdle rate
 illness frequency rate
 import rate
 incidence rate
 income tariff rates
 increment rate
 individual tax rate
 inflation rate
 info rate
 inland rate
 insurance rate
 insurance premium rate
 interbank rate
 interbank overnight rate
 interest rate
 interest rate on loan capital
 internal rate of return
 job rates
 jobless rate
 key rates
 labour rates
 leading rate
 legal rate of interest
 lending rate
 lessthancarload rate
 liner rates
 liner freight rates
 loading rates
 loan rate
 loanrecovery rate
 local rate
 Lombard rate
 London Interbank Offered Rate
 London money rate
 long rate
 low rate
 lower rate
 margin rate
 marginal rate
 marginal tax rate
 marine rate
 marine transport rate
 market rate
 market rate of interest
 maximum rate
 maximum individual tax rate
 mean rate of exchange
 mean annual rate
 measured day rate
 members rate
 merchant discount rate
 minimum rate
 mixed cargo rate
 minimum lending rate
 minimum tax rate
 mobilization rate
 moderate rate
 monetary exchange rate
 money rate of interest
 money market rate
 monthly rate
 monthly rate of remuneration
 mortgage rate
 mortgage interest rate
 multiple rate
 multiple exchange rate
 municipal rates
 national rate of interest
 natural rate of growth
 natural rate of interest
 negative interest rate
 net rate
 New York interbank offered rate
 nominal interest rate
 nonconference rate
 nonresponse rate
 obsolescence rate
 occupational mortality rate
 offered rate
 official rate
 official rate of discount
 official exchange rate
 onetime rate
 opening rate
 openmarket rates
 operating rate
 operation rate
 option rate
 ordinary rate
 output rate
 outstripping growth rate
 overdraft rate
 overhead rate
 overnight rate
 overtime rate
 paper rate
 parallel rate
 parcel rate
 par exchange rate
 parity rate
 par price rate
 partload rate
 passenger rate
 pay rates
 pegged rate
 pegged exchange rate
 penalty rate
 penalty interest rate
 percentage rate of tax
 per diem rates
 personal income tax rate
 piece rate
 piecework rate
 port rates
 postal rate
 posted rate
 power rate
 preferential rate
 preferential railroad rate
 preferential railway rate
 present rate
 prevailing rate
 prime rate
 priority rates
 private rate of discount
 private market rates
 production rate
 profit rate
 profitability rate
 profitable exchange rate
 progressive rate
 proportional rate
 provisional rate
 purchase rates
 purchasing rate of exchange
 quasimarket rate
 rail rates
 railroad rates
 railway rates
 real economic growth rate
 real effective exchange rate
 real exchange rate
 real interest rate
 reciprocal rate
 redemption rate
 rediscount rate
 reduced rate
 reduced tax rate
 reduced withholding tax rate
 reference rate
 refinancing rate
 reject frequency rate
 remuneration rate
 renewal rate
 rental rate
 repo rate
 response rate
 retention rate
 retirement rate of discount
 royalty rate
 ruling rate
 sampling rate
 saving rate
 scrap frequency rate
 seasonal rates
 second rate
 sellers' rate
 selling rate
 settlement rate
 shipping rate
 short rate
 shortterm interest rate
 sight rate
 single consignment rate
 soft lending rate
 space rate
 special rate
 specified rate
 spot rate
 stable exchange rate
 standard rate
 standard fixed overhead rates
 standard variable overhead rates
 standard wage rate
 statutory tax rate
 steady exchange rate
 stepdown interest rate
 stevedoring rates
 stock depletion rate
 straightline rate
 subsidized rate
 survival rate
 swap rate
 tariff rate
 tax rate
 taxation rate
 tax withholding rate
 telegraphic transfer rate
 temporary rate
 third rate
 through rate
 through freight rate
 time rate
 time wage rate
 today's rate
 top rate
 total rate
 trading rate
 traffic rate
 tramp freight rate
 transit rate
 transportation rate
 treasury bill rate
 turnover rate
 twotier rate of exchange
 unacceptable rate
 unemployment rate
 uniform rates
 uniform business rate
 unofficial rate
 unprecedented rate
 utilization rate
 variable rate
 variable interest rate
 variable repo rate
 volume rate
 wage rate
 wage rate per hour
 wastage rate
 wear rate
 wearout rate
 wholesale rate
 worker's rate
 yearend exchange rate
 zero interest rate
 zone rate
 rate for advances against collateral
 rate for advances on securities
 rate for cable transfers
 rate for a cheque
 rates for credits
 rates for currency allocations
 rate for loans
 rate for loans on collateral
 rate for mail transfers
 rate for telegraphic transfers
 rate in the outside market
 rate of accumulation
 rates of allocation into the fund
 rate of allowance
 rate of assessment
 rate of balanced growth
 rates of cargo operations
 rate of change
 rate of charge
 rate of commission
 rate of compensation
 rate of competitiveness
 rate of conversion
 rate of corporate taxation
 rate of cover
 rate of currency
 rates of currency allocation
 rate of the day
 rate of demurrage
 rate of dependency
 rate of depletion
 rate of deposit turnover
 rate of depreciation
 rate of development
 rate of discharge
 rate of discharging
 rate of discount
 rate of dispatch
 rate of duty
 rate of exchange
 rate of expenditures
 rate of expenses
 rate of foreign exchange
 rate of freight
 rate of full value
 rate of growth
 rate of increase
 rate of increment
 rate of inflation
 rate of input
 rate of insurance
 rate of interest
 rate of interest on advance
 rate of interest on deposits
 rate of investment
 rate of issue
 rates of loading
 rates of loading and discharging
 rate of natural increase
 rates of natural loss
 rate of option
 rate of pay
 rate of premium
 rate of price inflation
 rates of a pricelist
 rate of production
 rate of profit
 rate of profitability
 rate of reduction
 rate of remuneration
 rate of return
 rate of return on capital
 rate of return on the capital employed
 rate of return on net worth
 rate of royalty
 rate of securities
 rate of stevedoring operations
 rates of storage
 rate of subscription
 rate of surplus value
 rate of taxation
 rate of turnover
 rate of unloading
 rate of use
 rate of wages
 rate of work
 rates on credit
 rate on the day of payment
 rate on the exchange
 rate per hour
 rate per kilometre
 at the rate of
 at the exchange rate ruling at the transaction date
 at a growing rate
 at a high rate
 at a low rate
 at present rates
 below the rate
 accelerate the rate
 advance the rate of discount
 align tax rates
 apply tariff rates
 boost interest rates
 boost longterm interest rates
 boost shortterm interest rates
 charge an interest rate
 cut rates
 cut interest rates by a quarter point
 determine a rate
 establish a rate
 fix a rate
 grant special rates
 increase rates
 maintain high interest rates
 levy rates
 liberalize interest rates
 liberalize lending rates
 lower the rate of return
 mark down the rate of discount
 mark up the rate of discount
 prescribe rates
 quote a rate
 raise a rate
 reduce a rate
 reduce turnover rates of staff
 revise rates
 set rates
 slash interest rates
 step up the rate of growth
 suspend a currency's fixed rate
 upvalue the current rate of banknotes
 slow down the rate2. v1) оценивать, определять стоимость, устанавливать цену
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1) размер; норма2) ставка; ставка таможенной пошлины; учётная ставка; такса3) курс; цена; оценка  оценивать; расценивать4) темп; скорость5) пропорция; процент6) коэффициент; показатель; степень7) местный налог; коммунальный налог  облагать налогом8) брит. налог на землю, поземельный налог9) интенсивность, мощность10) разряд, сорт; класс  классифицировать, устанавливать категорию11) уст. паёк, порция12) тариф  тарифицировать, определять тариф13) плата за перевозку14) величина; уровень age rate day rate job rate tax rate 
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16 discount rate
сокр. dr1) учетная ставка, учетный процент, учетная процентная ставка, учетная ставка процентаа) банк. (ставка, по которой центральный банк дает кредиты коммерческим банкам через дисконтное окно или по которой центральный банк готов учитывать и переучитывать первоклассные векселя или предоставлять кредиты коммерческим банкам под обеспечение векселями; напр., ставка процента, по которой банки Федеральной резервной системы предоставляют кредиты другим банкам; инструмент денежнокредитной политики, в значительной мере определяющий общий уровень процентных ставок)Syn:See:bank rate 2) discount window, rediscount rate, monetary policy, antiinflationary policy, firstclass paper, central bank, commercial bankб) банк., фин. (ставка, по которой на денежном рынке учитываются векселя)Syn:bill rate 1)See:discounting 1)в) фин. (ставка, по которой финансовое учреждение, обслуживающее пластиковую карту, взимает с владельца торгового предприятия комиссионные за каждую сделку, оплаченную картой; обычно устанавливается в виде процента от суммы покупки, оплаченной с помощью карты)See:г) фин. (ставка, по которой факторинговая компания взимает комиссионные с предприятия, продающего дебиторскую задолженность; устанавливается в виде процента от полной суммы дебиторской задолженности)See:2) фин. ставка дисконтирования [дисконта\] (ставка процента, применяемая для определения коэффициента дисконтирования при расчете приведенной стоимости будущих поступлений или выплат; напр., может использоваться средневзвешенная стоимость капитала, стоимость привлечения кредита для финансирования проекта, внутренняя норма прибыли и т. п.)Syn:time discount rate, discounting rate, discount rate of interest, discount interest rate, rate of discount, discount 1. 4) б)See:public sector discount rate, social discount rate, riskadjusted discount rate, crossover rate, crossover discount rate, discounting 2), market discount 2) б) discount factor, present value, weighted average cost of capital, internal rate of return
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учетная ставка: 1) ставка, по которой центральный банк готов учитывать и переучитывать первоклассные векселя или предоставлять кредиты коммерческим банкам под обеспечение векселями; инструмент денежнокредитной политики, в значительной мере определяющий общий уровень процентных ставок; 2) ставка, по которой на денежном рынке учитываются векселя (напр., при номинальной сумме векселя 10 тыс. долл., сроке 90 дней (год считается за 360 дней) и учетной ставке 10% сумма дисконта будет равна 10000 х 10 х 90 / 100 х 360= 250 долл.).* * *. Процентная ставка, которую Федеральная резервная система взимает с банка при займе средств в периоды временной нехватки средств в банке. Для займа средств необходимо обеспечение. Кроме того, подобного рода заем средств ограничен, поскольку ФРС считает его привилегией, которой можно воспользоваться исключительно с целью удовлетворения нужд краткосрочной ликвидности, но не как средством увеличения доходов . 1. The rate used to compute discounted cash flows or the present value of an investment. 2. The interest rate that the Federal Reserve charges member banks for loans. Инвестиционная деятельность .* * *Банки/Банковские операциипроцентная ставка, взимаемая банком при учете (покупке) цен ных бумаг или при предоставле нии кредита, возврат которого обеспечен законом в виде этих бумаг. см. rate of discount 
17 loan

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1. nзаем; ссуда; кредит
 accommodation loan
 active loan
 adjustable mortgage loan
 advance loan
 agency loan
 agricultural loan
 amortization loan
 assetbased loan
 backtoback loan
 bad loan
 balloon loan
 bank loan
 banking sector's nonperforming loans
 banktobank loan
 belowmarket loan
 big loan
 bilateral loan
 blank loan
 borrowedpledge security loan
 bottomry loan
 bridge loan
 bridging loan
 broker's loan
 building loan
 bullet loan
 business loan
 call loan
 callable loan
 capped floating rate loan
 cash loan
 character loan
 cheap loan
 clearance loan
 collared floating rate loan
 collateral loan
 collateralized loan
 commercial loan
 committed loan
 commodity loan
 compulsory loan
 concessionary loan
 consolidated loan
 consumption loan
 corporate loan
 Crown loan
 currency loan
 customer's loan
 daily loan
 day loan
 daytoday loan
 dead loan
 dealer loan
 defaulted loan
 delinquent loan
 demand loan
 development loan
 direct loan
 disbursed loan
 discount loan
 discount interest loan
 distressed loan
 dollar loan
 domestic loan
 downstream loan
 droplock loan
 dud loan
 emergency loan
 emergency reconstruction loan
 Eurocurrency loan
 Eurosyndicated loans
 excess loan
 export adjustment loan
 external loan
 farm loan
 federal loan
 fiduciary loan
 fixed loan
 fixeddate loan
 fixedinterest loan
 fixed rate loan
 floated loan
 floatingrate loan
 forced loan
 foreign loan
 freelimit loan
 frozen loan
 funded loan
 funding loan
 gold loan
 government loan
 hard loan
 hedged loan
 highinterest loan
 home loan
 home finance loan
 home improvement loan
 housing construction loan
 hybrid loan
 indexed loan
 industrial loan
 industrial and trade policy adjustment loan
 installment loan
 interbank loan
 intercompany loan
 interest bearing loan
 interestfree loan
 interim loan
 intermediate loan
 internal loan
 inventory loan
 investment loan
 jeopardy loan
 jumbo loan
 large loan
 limited recourse loan
 local loan
 lombard loan
 long loan
 longdated loan
 longperiod loan
 longsighted loan
 longterm loan
 longterm mortgage loan
 lowinterest loan
 lowinterestrate mortgage loan
 lucrative loan
 margin loan
 market loan
 mediumterm loan
 money loan
 morning loan
 mortgage loan
 multicurrency loan
 multilateral loan
 municipal loan
 national loan
 negative amortization loan
 net loans
 nonperforming loan
 on call loan
 oneoff purposeoriented loan
 outstanding loan
 overage loan
 overdue loan
 overnight loan
 package loan
 parallel loan
 participating loan
 participation loan
 pastdue loan
 performing loan
 permanent loan
 permanent government loan
 perpetual loan
 personal loan
 pledge loan
 poorly performing loan
 precarious loan
 prematured loan
 primerate loan
 problem loan
 programme loan
 public loan
 purpose loan
 real estate loan
 receivable loan
 reconstruction loan
 recourse loan
 redeemable loan
 redemption loan
 rehabilitation import loan
 reimbursable loan
 renegotiated loan
 repaid loan
 replacement loan
 resetter loan
 seasonal loan
 seasoned loan
 sector loan
 sector adjustment loan
 sector investment and maintenance loan
 secured loan
 securities loan
 securitized loan
 selfliquidating loan
 selfliquidation loan
 senior loan
 short loan
 shortdated loan
 shortsighted loan
 shortterm floating rate loan
 shorttime loan
 sight loan
 signature loan
 simpleinterest loan
 single loan
 sinkingfund loan
 small business loan
 soft loan
 sovereign loan
 sovereignrisk loan
 stabilization loan
 standby loan
 state loan
 sterling loan
 stock exchange loan
 straight loan
 street loan
 subsidiary loan
 swing loan
 syndicate loan
 taxexempt loan
 technical assistance loan
 term loan
 tied loan
 time loan
 timeslice loan
 underperforming loan
 undersubscribed loan
 underwater loan
 undisbursed loan
 unlimited loan
 unrecoverable loan
 unsecured loan
 upstream loan
 utilized loan
 variable rate loan
 viable loan
 watch loan
 weekly loan
 loan against borrower's note
 loan against goods
 loan against a guarantee
 loan against hypothecation of goods
 loan against payment documents
 loan against pledged bills
 loan against pledge of goods
 loan against a promissory note
 loan against securities
 loan against shares
 loan at call
 loan at interest
 loan at notice
 loan for a period of
 loan in sterling
 loan of money
 loan on bills of exchange
 loan on call
 loan on collateral
 loan on debentures
 loan on easy terms
 loan on favourable terms
 loan on goods
 loan on interest
 loan on landed property
 loan on merchandise
 loan on mortgage
 loan on pawn
 loan on policy
 loan on securities
 loan on the security of bills
 loan on short notice
 loans to customers
 loan without interest
 loan without security
 loan with participations
 loan with strings attached
 loan bearing no interest
 loan payable on request of the creditor
 accelerate a loan
 accommodate with a loan
 advance a loan
 allow a loan
 apply for a loan
 assess delinquent loans
 back a loan
 book loans
 call in a loan
 cancel a call loan
 complete a loan
 contract a loan
 cover a loan
 default on a loan
 disburse a loan
 downgrade a loan
 extend a loan
 finance a loan
 float a loan
 forfeit a loan
 get a loan
 give a loan
 grant a loan
 guarantee a loan
 issue a loan
 launch a loan
 liquidate a loan
 make a loan
 meet a loan
 monitor a loan
 negotiate a loan
 obtain a loan
 offer a loan
 pay back a loan
 pay down a loan
 pay off a loan
 place a loan
 provide a loan
 put out on loan
 qualify for a loan
 raise a loan
 recall a loan
 redeem a loan
 renew a loan
 repay a loan
 request a loan
 retire a loan
 retrieve a loan
 secure a loan
 secure a new loan
 service a loan
 sink a loan
 slash loans
 subscribe to a loan
 support a loan
 take up a loan
 warrant a loan
 write off bad loans2. v 
19 premium
1. сущ.сокр. prem1) общ. награда, вознаграждение, премия (чтол. предоставляемое в качестве стимула в какомл. проекте, какойл. системе и пр.)consumer premium — подарок [премия\] потребителю*
The program will award points to consumers for each brewery visit during the week, allowing them to earn premiums such as beer mugs and logo shirts.
Mortgage brokers, who match borrowers with lenders, can earn premiums by steering borrowers to higherrate loans.
They claim that lenders on the higherthanmarket rate loans will pay a premium to the mortgage broker and that those payments will be used to pay the fees associated with the lowinterest loans.
See:bonus 1), 2) advertising premium, consumer premium, container premium, employment premium, fast food premium, freeinthemail premium, inpack premium, mailin premium, onpack premium, referral premium, reverse premium, selfliquidating premium, service release premium, withpack premium, yield spread premium, premium bond 2), premium buyer 1), premium campaign, premium container, premium coupon, premium merchandise 1), premium offer, premium pack, premium product 2), premium service 1) а)2) страх. = insurance premiumATTRIBUTES: adjustable, assumed 3) а), base 3. 3) а), direct 1. 3) а), earned 1. 1) а), fixed 1. 4) а), flexible 1. 2) б), gross 1. 3) а), а initial 1. 2) б), level 2. 3) б), lump sum, net 3. 3) а), n1а outstanding 1. 3) а), periodic 1. 1) а), regular 1. 2) б), n2 subject 1. 2) б), n2 underlying 1. 2) б), n2 variable 1. 2) б), n2 written 1. 4) а), б
annual [yearly\] premium — ежегодная премия
monthly [biweekly, weekly\] premium — ежемесячная [двухнедельная, еженедельная\] премия
annual [monthly, weekly\] premium insurance — страхование с ежегодной [ежемесячной, еженедельной\] уплатой премий [премии\]
annual premium policy — полис с ежегодной уплатой премий [премии\]
ATTRIBUTES:
paid premium — уплаченная [выплаченная\] премия
The refund of paid premium is based on the insured's age at death and is decreased by any benefits paid under the plan.
Companypaid premiums are deductible by the employer as an ordinary and necessary business expense. — Уплаченные компанией премии подлежат вычету работодателем как обычные и необходимые деловые расходы.
For federal tax purposes the employerpaid premiums are taxed as additional earned income for the employee. — Для целей федерального налогообложения, уплаченные работодателем премии облагаются налогом как дополнительный заработанный доход работника.
Employeepaid premiums for health insurance vary by salary. — Размер уплачиваемых работником премий по страхованию здоровья меняется в зависимости от размера оклада.
We can recover overpaid premiums for the last three policy years.
unpaid premium — неуплаченная [невыплаченная\] премия
The late charge formula is the unpaid premium amount multiplied by four percent.
COMBS:
life insurance premiums, life premiums — премии по страхованию жизни
nonlife insurance premiums, nonlife premiums — премии по страхованию иному, чем страхование жизни; премии по страхованию "не жизни"
health insurance premiums, health premiums — премии по страхованию здоровья
liability insurance premiums, liability premiums — премии по страхованию ответственности
disability insurance premiums, disability premiums — премии по страхованию от [на случай\] нетрудоспособности
property insurance premiums, property premiums — премии по страхованию имущества
premium payment — уплата [выплата\] премии; премиальный платеж
Mortgage insurance premium payments are made once per year. — Выплаты премий по ипотечному страхованию осуществляются раз в год.
premium of $1000, $1000 premium — премия [надбавка\] в размере 1000 долл.
Our commercial premium finance program allows you to finance premiums from $0 to $200000 or more.
The policies in question have a waiver of premium benefit, whereby the insurer would waive premiums during any period in which the policyholder is disabled.
We cede premiums and losses to reinsurers under quota share reinsurance agreements. — Мы передаем премии и убытки перестраховщиками на основании договоров квотного перестрахования.
Also, under our quota share assumed reinsurance contracts, we will continue to assume premiums through the third quarter of 2006. — Также, на основании принятых договоров квотного перестрахования, мы будем продолжать принимать премии на протяжении третьего квартала 2006 г.
to write premiums — подписывать премии*; страховать*, принимать на страхование*, осуществлять страхование*
In general, for insurers to write premiums in California, they must be admitted by the Insurance Commissioner. — В общем, для того, чтобы страховщики смогли осуществлять страховую деятельность в Калифорнии, они должны получить разрешение уполномоченного по страхованию.
The company is licensed to write insurance business in all 50 states, has specialty lines in risk insurance for architects and lawyers and is expected to write premiums of $75 million this year. — Компания имеет лицензию на осуществление страховой деятельности во все 50 штатах, предлагает специальные разновидности страхования рисков для архитекторов и юристов и, как ожидается, подпишет в этом году премий на сумму 75 млн долл.
Moreover, an insurance company that earns premiums between $300,000 and $1,000,000 is taxed at a reduced rate.
If you want to pay premiums for a limited time, the limited payment whole life policy gives you lifetime protection but requires only a limited number of premium payments.
to raise [to increase\] premiums — увеличивать премии
to reduce [to decrease, to cut\] premiums — уменьшать премии
premiums go down — премии снижаются [уменьшаются\]
See:adjustable premium, advance premium, annual premium, annuity premium, base premium, beneficiary premium, deposit premium, direct premiums, earned premium, financed insurance premium, financed premium, fixed premium, flexible premium, graded premium, gross premium, inforce premiums, initial premium, level premium, lump sum premium, modified premium, mortgage insurance premium, net premium, net retained premiums, new business premiums, outstanding premiums, periodic premium, premium earned, premiums in force, premium written, regular premium, reinsurance premium, renewal premium, retained premiums, retrospective premium, return premium, single premium, subject premium, surplus line premium, surplus lines premium, underlying premium, unearned premium, valuation premium, vanishing premium, variable premium, written premium, yearly premium, overall premium limit, premium audit, premium auditor, premium base, premium bordereau, premium conversion, premium discount, premium financing, premium holiday, premium income б), premium loan, premium notice, premium rate 1) б), premium receipt, premium refund, premium subsidy, premium tax, premium trust fund, return of premium, waiver of premium, continuouspremium whole life, premium only plan, premiumtosurplus ratio3)а) торг. премия; наценка, надбавка ( сумма или процент сверх стандартной цены товара или услуги)to fetch a premium [a premium price\] — продаваться с надбавкой [с премией\]
Premium products generally fetch a premium price. — Премиальные товары обычно продаются с надбавкой [с премией\].
to command a premium [a premium price\] — продаваться с надбавкой [с премией\], продаваться по премиальной цене
Some products command a premium price in the marketplace simply because they are considered to be higher in quality. — Некоторые товары продаются на рынке по премиальной цене просто изза того, что они считаются товарами более высокого качества.
to command a premium — содержать надбавку [премию\]* (о ценах, ставках)
As long as there is a threat of war in the Middle Eastern oil fields, oil prices will command a premium. — До тех пор, пока существует угроза войны на территории средневосточных нефтяных месторождений, цены на нефть будут содержать надбавку.
to attract a premium/a premium price/a premium rate — продаваться с премией [надбавкой\], стоить дороже; оплачиваться с надбавкой [с премией\]*
Because of their locations these houses attract a premium. — Благодаря своему расположению эти дома стоят дороже.
Therefore, when we buy your diamond, we can pay a premium over the current market price.
For which services are customers willing to pay a premium when flying with a lowfare airline?
Ant:call option premium, call premium 2), put option premium, put premium, premium deal, premium income а) contingent premium option, deferred premium optionSee:б) фин. премия (сумма, на которую цена размещения или текущая рыночная цена ценной бумаги больше ее номинала)ATTRIBUTES: amortizable б)
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$20ashare premium — премия в размере $20 на (одну) акцию
HP will buy 1,2 million Convex shares at $14.875 a share, representing a 1,25ashare premium over the price of Convex stock. — "HP" купит 1,2 млн акций компании "Конвекс" по цене 14,875 долл. за штуку, что означает уплату премии в размере 1,25 долл. на акцию сверх цены акций "Конвекса".
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premium over [to\] market price — премия к рыночной цене, премия сверх рыночной цены
premium over [to\] issue price — премия к эмиссионной цене, премия сверх эмиссионной цены
premium payment — уплата [выплата\] премии; премиальный платеж
Mortgage insurance premium payments are made once per year. — Выплаты премий по ипотечному страхованию осуществляются раз в год.
premium of $1000, $1000 premium — премия [надбавка\] в размере 1000 долл.
10% premium, premium of 10% — премия [надбавка\] в размере 10%
The shares jumped to a 70 per cent premium on the first day.
Of all the common bondtax errors, the most surprising to me is neglecting to amortize premiums paid on taxable bonds.
For premium securities, we project the excess coupon. payments using our prepayment assumption.
Ant:call option premium, call premium 2), put option premium, put premium, premium deal, premium income а) contingent premium option, deferred premium optionSee:amortized premium, bond premium, call premium 1), debt premium 1) а), market premium 1) а), original issue premium, premium on capital stock, premium on share, premium on stock, price premium 1) б), redemption premium, share premium, tender offer premium, unamortized premium, amortization of premium, premium bond 1), premium price 1) б), premium raid, issue price, market price, face value а) at a premium 1) а)в) фин. премия (при оценке стоимости предприятия или крупных пакетов акций: разница, на которую фактически согласованная цена предприятия/пакета акций больше базовой рыночной цены)See:г) эк. премия; надбавка (сумма, на которую цена товара, услуги или ценной бумаги превышает цену сходного товара, услуги или ценной бумаги)Currently, US small caps are trading at a 15.7 per cent premium to large caps. — В настоящее время, акции американских компаний с маленькой капитализацией по сравнению с акциями компаний с большой капитализацией торгуются с премией в размере 15,7%.
Platinum usually trades at a premium to gold. — Платина обычно продается по более высокой цене, чем золото.
See:at a premium 1)д) фин. ажио (превышение стоимости золотых или серебряных денег по сравнению с бумажными деньгами)Syn:agio в)See:е) эк. премия; надбавка (в самом общем смысле: дополнительная сумма, на которую увеличена базовая стоимость или другая базовая величина)перен. to put [place\] a premium on (smth.) — считать (чтол.) исключительно важным [ценным\], придавать (чемул.) большое значение
He put a premium on peace and stability. — Он считает исключительно важным поддержание мира и стабильности.
Employers today put a premium on reasoning skills and willingness to learn. — В наше время работодатели придают большое значение умению рассуждать и готовности учиться.
Ant:call option premium, call premium 2), put option premium, put premium, premium deal, premium income а) contingent premium option, deferred premium optionSee:conversion premium, forward premium, inflation premium, investment currency premium, liquidity premium 2), 3), mortgage indemnity guarantee premium, mortgage indemnity premium, premium over conversion value, revenue premium, risk premium, time premium, union premium, union wage premium, warrant premium, yield premium, premium rate 1) а) at a premium 2), Canada Premium Bond, highpremium convertible debenture4) эк. тр. премия, (премиальная) надбавка (дополнительное вознаграждение, выплачиваемое в дополнение к заработной плате в качестве поощрения за хорошую работу, работу в сверхурочные и т. п.)COMBS:
premiums for work outside basic workday or workweek — премии за работу сверх базового рабочего дня или рабочей недели
premium payment — уплата [выплата\] премии; премиальный платеж
premium of $1000, $1000 premium — премия [надбавка\] в размере 1000 долл.
to attract a premium/a premium rate — оплачиваться с надбавкой [с премией\]*
In many industries work on Saturday or Sunday will attract a premium on the ordinary hourly rate. — Во многих отраслях работа в субботу или воскресенье предусматривает выплату надбавки сверх обычной часовой ставки.
Neither federal law nor state law requires local government employers to give employees paid holidays or to pay a premium when employees must work on what would otherwise be a holiday.
Syn:bonus 3)See:expatriate premium, foreign service premium, holiday premium, incentive premium, mobility premium, oncall premium, overtime premium, shift premium, Halsey premium plan, premium pay, premium rate 1) а)5) фин. = option premiumInvestors willing to buy stock at certain prices might consider selling puts to earn premiums, while those willing to sell shares at certain prices might think about selling calls.
When you purchase an option, you pay a premium. — Покупая опцион, вы уплачиваете премию.
See:call option premium, call premium 2), put option premium, put premium, premium deal, premium income а) contingent premium option, deferred premium option2. прил.1) общ. первосортный, высшего качества [сорта\], исключительный, премиальныйpremium product — премиальный товар, товар высшего сорта
premium card — первоклассная [приоритетная, премиальная\] карта [карточка\]*
premium space — привилегированное [премиальное\] место*
premium advertising — премиальная [первосортная, элитная\] реклама*
premium customer — премиальный клиент [покупатель\]*
premium quality — премиальное [высшее\] качество; премиальный [высший\] сорт
premium grade — премиальный [высший\] сорт
See:premium advertising, premium buyer 2), premium card, premium customer, premium grade, premium merchandise 2), premium position, premium product 1), premium quality, premium service 1) б), premium space, quality 2., inferior 2., n32) эк. премиальный, с премией, с надбавкой (о ценах, ставках выше обычного уровня)premium price — цена с надбавкой, цена с премией, премиальная цена
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premium; PM; Prem премия, маржа: 1) премия (надбавка) к цене, курсу: разница между более высокой текущей (рыночной) и номинальной ценами финансового актива (напр., облигации); см. discount; 2) разница между более высоким срочным (форвардным) и наличным валютными курсами, т. е. валюта на срок продается с премией; 3) ажио: более высокая стоимость золотых или бумажных денег по отношению к бумажным деньгам; 4) цена опциона: сумма, уплачиваемая за получение права продать или купить финансовый инструмент; 5) = insurance premium; 6) платеж по рентному контракту; 7) = call premium; 8) льгота, призванная привлечь вкладчиков или заемщиков, а также покупателей товаров и услуг (напр., повышенная процентная ставка, скидки с цен и др.); 9) надбавка к рыночной цене, которую иногда приходится уплачивать при заимствованиях ценных бумаг для их поставки по "короткой" продаже; 10) разница в цене между данной ценной бумагой и сходными бумагами или индексом (напр., говорят: "бумага продается с премией к аналогичным бумагам"); 11) новая ценная бумага, продающаяся с премией; 12) надбавка к рыночной цене ценных бумаг в случае тендерного предложения; см. premium raid;* * *Финансы/Кредит/Валютаотклонение в сторону превышения рыночного курса денежных знаков и ценных бумаг от их нарицательной стоимостиразница между рыночной ценой и ценой эмиссии акции или ценной бумаги; при начале операции с акциями нового выпуска говорится, что рыночная цена включает премию по отношению к цене эмиссиисумма, выплачиваемая держателем полиса для получения страховой суммы в нужный моментБанки/Банковские операциипремия, вознаграждение, надбавка 
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