Net Borrowing

Net Borrowing

The money that a company has borrowed less its cash on hand. Net borrowing may affect a company's long-term sustainability.
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Net lending or net borrowing (-)" is an alternative measure of the government fiscal position.
Net borrowing using personal loans and overdrafts has seen a 2.
3 billion euros in 2013, while it has reduced its net borrowing by 65 percent, or 2.
Currently, the government has been retiring the banks' debt as net borrowing from banking system is still minus Rs378bn.
Public sector net borrowing will be around 112 billion [pounds sterling] (7 per cent of GDP) in 2013/14.
Net borrowing excluding temporary support for banks was Au11.
The research found that higher capital repayments continued to generate the contractions in borrowing stocks seen over the past year and explained the subdued picture of net borrowing.
Public sector net borrowing, excluding distortions such as bank bailouts and quantitative easing (QE) cash transfers, was PS488m compared with a surplus of PS823m a month earlier.
BRITAIN'S finances remain under intense pressure after figures showed annual net borrowing managed only a slight dip to PS120.
LONDON, April 23 (KUNA) -- Britain's finances remain under intense pressure after figures Tuesday showed annual net borrowing managed only a slight dip to 120.
Central bank figures show that net borrowing had dropped 8.
Public sector net borrowing, excluding financial interventions such as bank bailouts, were Au8.