Translation of financial in Spanish:

financial

Pronunciation: /fəˈnæntʃəl; faɪˈnænʃəl/

adj

  • [system/backing/success/risk] financiero; [crisis/difficulties/independence] económico [news/page] [Journalism/Periodismo] de economía, de negocios financial institution entidad (feminine) financiera financial management gestión (feminine) financiera a financial wizard un mago de las finanzas
    More example sentences
    • For personal finances we have a financial adviser who helps me and my wife keep on top of things.
    • The decision, widely expected by economists, had little impact on the financial markets.
    • Try to calculate how much more interest you may earn over the course of a year, or ask your financial adviser.

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