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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #114280: Finance vocabulary
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    1. An is a machine, usually in a wall outside a bank, from which you can take money.

    2. I only have 10 euros left on my account. Now I'll have to use my authorised .

    3. A can help you prepare for large purchases like a car.

    4. Peter hopes that the bank will him money to buy a house.

    5. The is an organisation of 189 countries working to secure financial stability and facilitate international trade.

    6. A is a payment made by a company to his stockholders.

    7. A manages the financial portfolio of his clients.

    8. Mary carelessly invested her life's savings into .It's a risk for her money.

    9. Jane made a of 20 dollars from an ATM.

    10. While the execution of a is not guaranteed, it does ensure that the investor does not miss to buy at the target price point.

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