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discount British & World English

A deduction from the usual cost of something

discount English Thesaurus

many rail commuters will get a discount on next year's season tickets

bank discount British & World English

Interest computed on the face value of a loan and deducted in advance from the loan by the lending bank

deep-discount British & World English

Denoting financial securities carrying a low rate of interest relative to prevailing market rates and issued at a discount to their redemption value, so mainly providing capital gain rather than income

discount rate British & World English

The minimum interest rate set by the US Federal Reserve (and some other national banks) for lending to other banks

discount broker British & World English

A stockbroker or brokerage firm that charges a reduced commission on transactions but typically does not provide investment advice or other services

discount factor British & World English

A factor which, when multiplied by a predicted future cash flow from a loan or some other form of debt, gives its present value

discount house British & World English

A company that buys and sells bills of exchange

discount market British & World English

The section of the financial market which deals in discounted bills of exchange

discount store British & World English

A shop that sells goods at less than the normal retail price

trade discount British & World English

A discount on the retail price of something allowed or agreed between traders or to a retailer by a wholesaler

at a discount British & World English

Below the nominal or usual price

at a discount in discount British & World English

Below the nominal or usual price

no-claims bonus British & World English

A reduction in the premium charged for insurance when no claim has been made during an agreed preceding period

no-claims discount in no-claims bonus British & World English

A reduction in the premium charged for insurance when no claim has been made during an agreed preceding period