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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “stock”

stock

noun (MONEY)
 
 
/stɒk/ US  /stɑːk/
[U] the amount of money which a company has through selling shares to people
股本,資本
They own 20% of the company's stock.
他們擁有公司20%股份。
Financial investments and the stock market
[C or U] part of the ownership of a company which people buy as an investment (= to make a profit)
股份;股票
Stock prices fell yesterday in heavy trading.
股價昨日大幅下跌。
She buys and sells stocks and shares.
她買賣股票。
Financial investments and the stock market
[C or U] UK money which people invest in the government and which produces a fixed rate of interest
債券,公債
government stock(s)
政府公債
Savings, interest and capital
(Definition of stock noun (MONEY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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