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15:28 Aug 6, 2004
English to German translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general)
English term or phrase: offer to offer basis
The Fund return is sourced from Micropal on an offer to offer basis - as of 31/5/200.
Alexandra Beisl
Germany
Local time: 15:31
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4Offer-to-Offer-Basis
Derek Gill Franßen
3Netto/Netto-Basis
Hans G. Liepert


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Netto/Netto-Basis


Explanation:
könnte ich mir vorstellen

Hans G. Liepert
Switzerland
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PRO pts in category: 2011
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Offer-to-Offer-Basis


Explanation:
You can leave it like it is (see the *: http://www.fondsundco.at/redsys/news_liste.php?sid=511&order...
:)

Derek Gill Franßen
Germany
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Be aware, too, that virtually all fund performance statistics outside SA are on an "offer to offer" basis - they ignore upfront costs, and therefore generally overestimate returns. (Unlike Hugo Lambrechts' figures in SA, which take into account upfront costs on a standard basis).

Ich glaube das heißt ganz einfach "ohne Berücksichtigung des Ausgabeaufschlages".
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Comment: Be aware, too, that virtually all fund performance statistics outside SA are on an "offer to offer" basis - they ignore upfront costs, and therefore generally overestimate returns. (Unlike Hugo Lambrechts' figures in SA, which take into account upfront costs on a standard basis).

Ich glaube das heißt ganz einfach "ohne Berücksichtigung des Ausgabeaufschlages".




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