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safe haven

Translation of safe haven in Spanish:

noun

  • refugio (masculine) seguro
    Example sentences
    • When hostilities began, people piled out of shares and invested in bonds on the grounds that government-backed securities offered a safe haven.
    • The Alliance was a soft (or, depending on your point of view) sensible centre, a safe haven between extremes of monetarism and unilateral disarmament.
    • More immediately, if we fail to act, no one can predict how far interest rates will rise or whether or when foreign investors will lose confidence in U.S. securities as a safe haven.

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