Sale trong tin tức
Ví dụ collocations
|available for sale||Có sẵn để bán|
|offered for sale||Đề nghị bán|
|sale price||Giá bán|
|up for sale||Giảm giá mạnh|
|went on sale||Đã được bán|
Thành ngữ và cụm từ →
Các ấn phẩm và câu ví dụ
· Pioneering Technology: It's A Waiting Game →
It increased its sales from a year ago, and its turnaround was working.
· MSC Industrial Direct: Long-Term Staying Power →
Third-quarter results (fiscal year ends in August) came in better than expected, with sales declining only 3.6% compared to the prior-year period, but still beating the consensus estimate by $60.2M.
· Manulife Financial: Too Cheap To Ignore →
Shares trade with an earnings multiple of 7.9, a book multiple of 0.7, a sales multiple of 0.5, and a cash flow multiple of 1.7, making MFC easiest one of the cheapest companies in its sector.
· Boeing lands $1.2 billion deal for eight F-15EX fighter jets →
The turmoil in commercial aviation has upped the profile of Boeing’s military sales divisions, which are coordinated by the company’s Arlington-based defense, space and security division.
· Millennial Renters Abandon Their Plans to Buy a Home →
If accurate, there will be about 5% fewer sales.
· A CoCo Bond That Wants to Save the World →
The bank also said it might use some of the proceeds from the new sale to redeem an existing CoCo from 2016, which is paying out an 8.875% coupon.
· SoftBank Group explores options for chip designer Arm Holdings, reports WSJ →
TOKYO, July 14 — SoftBank Group Corp is exploring options including a full or partial sale or public offering of British chip designer Arm Holdings, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported yesterday.
· Tickets to historic Geelong v Collingwood game at Optus Stadium on sale today →
Tickets to the first AFL game to be played in WA without a local team go on sale from 9am Tuesday.
· Bad breath offers a rare payoff for investors in Listerine royalty →
Bids are being taken through Tuesday on a share of royalties backed by Listerine mouthwash sales.
· The one constant in Trump’s presidency: Tomorrow will be worse →
This motivation helps to explain a president who is so careless he doesn’t check for typos before tweeting to 83 million people about a “Federal Monumrnt”; so reckless that he’s pressing the Food and Drug Administration to bless hydroxychloroquine again even though the preponderance of evidence says it’s dangerous; so unfeeling that he would force schools to reopen without giving them adequate funds to protect teachers and children; so corrupt that, even as he frees Stone, his administration returns former aide Michael Cohen to prison because Cohen refused to stop working on a book critical of Trump; and so unpatriotic that his administration lifted a ban — designed to protect U.S. troops — on foreign sales of gun silencers after a lobbyist for the cause joined the White House staff, the New York Times reports.