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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He called for "more direct action" from the Bank of England to push money into the economy to support lending growth.
One lesson to be learned from the plunge in prices at the pump is that you can push money into the hands of consumers, but you can't make them spend it.
Then he gets to wield real power, to shape policy, to force through change, to push money where it's needed and, perhaps most importantly of all, he's in a position to cajole China and India - the deadly polluters of the future - to take action to curb their own emissions.
Analysts argue that any reduction in lending rates will push money into other markets, notably gold and the booming housing sector, producing higher inflation, the bankruptcy of private banks and a liquidity crisis in state banks.
Competitive pressures have brought standards down and lenders are basically trying to push money out the door," Bjornsund says.
600cc is the capacity limit for Supersports racing and all superbike classes around the world have an upper limit of 1, 000cc, so why push money and development time into a sports machine that falls between the two classes?
And 600cc is the capacity limit for Supersports racing and superbike classes around the world have an upper limit of 1,000cc so why push money and development time into a sports machine that falls between the two?
The expected paucity of goals could push money towards Blue Square's 21/10 offer on 0-1 in the total goals market, and it's difficult to see past Emile Heskey and Dwight Yorke in the first-scorer betting.