notch input

French translation: enregistrement d\'un cran

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English term or phrase:notch input
French translation:enregistrement d\'un cran
Entered by: L.Lepetit

07:51 Jul 4, 2018
English to French translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general)
English term or phrase: notch input
Bonjour,
il s'agit d'un texte financier sur les couvertures multi-activités.
Voici le passage dans lequel apparaît le terme en objet:

Group or Government support will be reflected in a notch input with a positive sign (on Figure 14 above two notches), while potential constrain on the final rating coming from Sovereign intervention has to be reflected in a notch input with a negative sign (on Figure 14 above one notch).

Je pense que "notch" doit être compris au sens de "cran" ici, mais je ne vois pas comment le combiner avec "input".

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Merci
Laetitia
L.Lepetit
France
Local time: 17:38
enregistrement d'un cran
Explanation:
input = enregistrement

notch = cran
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Francois Boye
United States
Local time: 11:38
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enregistrement d'un cran


Explanation:
input = enregistrement

notch = cran

Francois Boye
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Local time: 11:38
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