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fundamentals

noun [plural]
 
 
/ˌfʌndəˈmentəlz/ ECONOMICS, FINANCE
basic financial facts that show whether a business and its shares, etc. or an economy and its currency, are strong and successful: Share prices have risen across Asia as fundamentals improve. Global uncertainty is unlikely to become more serious, as the underlying fundamentals remain solid. strong/sound/positive fundamentals business/economic/market fundamentals
Translations of “fundamentals”
in Chinese (Traditional) 基本原則, 基礎…
in Russian основы…
in Turkish esasları, ana prensipleri, en önemli bölümleri…
in Chinese (Simplified) 基本原则, 基础…
in Polish podstawy…
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