speculative profit

speculative profit
спекулятивная прибыль

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  • profit — prof·it n 1: gain in excess of expenditures: as a: the excess of the selling price of goods over their cost b: net income from a business, investment, or capital appreciation compare earnings, loss …   Law dictionary

  • speculative — securities that involve a high level of risk. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * speculative spec‧u‧la‧tive [ˈspekjlətɪv ǁ leɪ ] adjective 1. FINANCE bought or done in the hope of making a profit: • Their £461 million bid for the electronics… …   Financial and business terms

  • Spéculative — Spéculation La spéculation est une activité humaine consistant à imaginer, à anticiper les réactions et activités d autrui, comme si nous étions à sa place, et à porter un regard sur notre propre activité, comme si nous étions un autre. C est… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • speculative — [[t]spe̱kjʊlətɪv, AM leɪt [/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED A piece of information that is speculative is based on guesses rather than knowledge. The papers ran speculative stories about the mysterious disappearance of Eddie Donagan... He has written a… …   English dictionary

  • speculative — spec|u|la|tive [ˈspekjulətıv US leı ] adj 1.) based on guessing, not on information or facts highly/purely/largely speculative ▪ a purely speculative theory about life on other planets 2.) bought or done in the hope of making a profit later ▪… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • speculative — spec|u|la|tive [ spekjə,leıtıv, spekjələtıv ] adjective 1. ) based on guesses or on a little information, not on facts: highly speculative: Scientists dismiss suggestions that the substance is toxic as highly speculative. 2. ) done in order to… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • speculative — UK [ˈspekjʊlətɪv] / US [ˈspekjəˌleɪtɪv] / US [ˈspekjələtɪv] adjective 1) based on guesses or on a little information, not on facts highly speculative: Scientists dismiss suggestions that the substance is toxic as highly speculative. 2) business… …   English dictionary

  • speculative — adjective 1 based on guessing, not on information or facts: These figures are, at best, speculative. 2 bought or done in the hope of making a profit later: speculative investments speculatively adverb …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • speculative share — share which is purchased for quick profit (and not for pure economic reasons) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • speculative — [ˈspekjʊlətɪv] adj 1) based on guesses or on only a little information 2) done in order to make a big profit, but with a high risk that money will be lost …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • speculative security — A stock, bond, or other security the value of which materially depends on proposed or promised future promotion or development. Anno: 87 ALR 81. The term has been defined by a state blue sky law as including a stock, bond, note, contract, or… …   Ballentine's law dictionary


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