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1 The company is certain to reinvest its profits productively.
2 A poet always searches how to reinvest words with new meaning.
3 Instead, they would reinvest it in their business enterprises, which would then flourish even more.
4 Growth stocks and speculative stocks tend to reinvest their profits rather than pay them out to shareholders.
5 In any country the rich can invest and reinvest their capital, producing greater and greater profits.
6 How much of your profits will you reinvest in your materials and supplies?
7 Executives say they are hesitant to reinvest such profits into their businesses.
8 'We have to reinvest to remain competitive, and that requires a lot of focus and resources on our part, ' ITG's Mr. Gasser said.
9 Nottinghamshire County Council said it will reinvest the money from the sale into council services.
10 Many mortgage investors may choose to reinvest elsewhere, ultimately shrinking the pool of lenders available to fund that market.
11 That means investors generally can reinvest their dividends at fair prices.
12 Rove instructed the Republican National Committee to reinvest in registering voters and building its turnout operations.
13 I suggest that they reinvest it and let it grow.
14 Nottinghamshire County Council said it would reinvest the money from Runwood Homes, into care for older people.
15 We need to reinvest our concepts of education and know-how back into the full fabric of society.
16 Streamlining currency regulations and creating more ways to reinvest offshore yuan in China will be crucial.
17 Norway also set up a sovereign fund to reinvest and save for the post-oil future.
18 A similar male borrower , she says, will reinvest only 60 cents.
19 "We've been able to reinvest into what we make," he says.
20 You'd better seek advice from your father before you reinvest your money with the firm.
21 A thrifty business can save up its profits and reinvest them in the company.
22 As a result private entrepreneurs were driven to combine into monopoly cartels and to reinvest surplus capital abroad.
23 This is insurance,(www.Sentencedict.com) because it means that a company will have lots of profit to reinvest (at a higher-than-average rate of return) in staying one step or more ahead of competitors.
24 Councils are also being allowed to keep any growth in business rate income to reinvest in their local economy.
25 We can't tax the very people that we expect to reinvest in our economy and to create jobs.
26 The government says its plans will modernise the NHS, improve services and reinvest savings in front line care.
27 He says lower rates for companies will boost growth and encourage more companies to reinvest in the United States.
28 Rich Russians move money out of Russia and then reinvest it to take advantage of a lower corporate tax rate, he said.
29 Still, "we are seeing advisers saying they are not going to reinvest dividends" because of tax-reporting hassles, says Mr. Keil.
30 The central bank said interest rates would remain on hold at 0 to 0.25 per cent for an "extended period" and it would continue to reinvest in its securities portfolio.
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