Examples of denominate in a Sentence
stargazing is nothing more than that, and denominating it as astrology does not make it a science
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A-share stocks are denominated in Chinese currency and trade only domestically.
MSCI’s decision Tuesday to add China A-shares, stocks denominated in yuan and listed in either Shanghai or Shenzhen, to its MSCI Emerging Markets Index stands to boost demand for Chinese stocks by billions of dollars over time.
To qualify, tranches must be dollar-denominated and $25 million or more if the notes are first in line to be paid, according to the filing.
Normally trade deals are denominated in multiple years, not tens of days.
More than half of Country Garden’s $12.8 billion in debt is denominated in American or Hong Kong dollars, though the company said on Wednesday that its overall cost of borrowing had declined.
A soaring dollar puts renewed strain on emerging-market borrowers whose debts are denominated in the American currency — and may prompt the Federal Reserve to delay its next increase in interest rates.
The mock dollars, denominated at $3 million, referred to the increasingly generous contributions Microsoft has made to politicians since its antitrust troubles accelerated.
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