Translation of equity in Spanish:

equity

Pronunciation: /ˈekwəti/

noun/nombre

  • 1 uncountable/no numerable (fairness) [formal] equidad (feminine) [formal]
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    • It was based on principles of equity, people-centredness, quality and accountability.
    • Where are the health strategy principles of quality, equity, and accessibility?
    • The focus here has rarely been on equity or on a fair deal for the poor.
  • 2 [Business/Comercio] [Finance] 2.1 uncountable/no numerable (shareholders' interest in company) patrimonio (masculine) neto (before noun/delante del nombre) equity capital capital (masculine) propio 2.2 uncountable/no numerable (residual worth) participación (feminine) en el capital
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    • The equity in the properties appears to be in the region of £9 million.
    • While living in his house, he refinanced it repeatedly, pulling out equity to buy other properties.
    • As a result, the ratio of mortgage debt to home equity is at near-record highs.
    2.3
    (equities plural)
    (shares) valores (masculine plural) de renta variable (before noun/delante del nombre) the equities market el mercado de valores
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    • They can now invest in a complete range of assets from property to equities and bonds.
    • Many investors act primarily as consumers of equities rather than as shared proprietors.
    • Today, the herd talks of giving up on equities just when stocks have never been cheaper.
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    • The board of IDBI Bank will meet on May 19 to consider a rights issue of its equity shares.
    • They align incentives around enterprise-level outcomes such as market share and return on equity.
    • Like all convertible bonds, CoCos can be swapped for equity if the share price reaches a certain target.
  • 3
    (Equity)
    (in UK)[ sindicato de actores ]

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