Push Money


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Push Money

Money a manufacturer or wholesaler pays a retailer in exchange for displaying its goods prominently. Push money may increase sales of the goods, which could improve the likelihood that the retailer will order that manufacturer or wholesaler's products again.
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Precisely because of the challenge to push money out of politics and the diverse reform initiatives this hope prompted, the Progressive Era offers many lessons for current reformers.
The overall mix is precisely blended to push money managers' hot buttons.
The president tends to push money and make it easier for people to buy things," he said.
Declining rates push money into the market, making it easier for companies to invest, points out Vivian Lewis, editor of Global Investing in New York City.
Early repayments of three-year central bank loans resume next week, meaning even more funds will be siphoned out of the markets, helping push money market rates up more.
We need to push money down the leagues for everyone's benefit and not just do what's good for us as individual clubs.
A: Lush money, B: Push money, C: Hush money, D: Rush money 5.
It says: "In a general sense, grey hair doesn't hurt on this playing field: You don't need good hand-eye co-ordination or well-toned muscles to push money around (thank heavens).