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Price to cash flow relative (local)

Spanish translation: precio cash flow/flujo de caja relativo (local)

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12:09 Oct 24, 2000
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
English term or phrase: Price to cash flow relative (local)
Informe financiero
Javier Mallo
Local time: 09:03
Spanish translation:precio cash flow/flujo de caja relativo (local)
Explanation:
The price to cash flow is a finacial ratio calculated as a stock's capitalization divided by its cash flow for the latest fiscal year or as the current share price divided by cash flow per share. In this case, the cash-flows are not net but relative -to last year´s, to a company´s division, etc-. And the term local means that the ratio is calculated for a local segment of a business. With no more context is difficult to assess. Now in Spanish the translation gets tricky. Most professional financial analysts in Spanish would use the term combining Spanish and English like: "precio cash-flow relativo(local)" You may translate it as "precio flujo de caja relativo (local)". When you are talking in terms of ratios you say "precio flujo ..." directly not "precio a flujo" or "precio respecto flujo ..." etc
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Very good answer. I have to recognize that I had a Hint but was not sure.
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Summary of answers provided
naprecio cash flow/flujo de caja relativo (local)xxxTransOl
naPrecio relativo a flujo de efectivo (o de caja).Ivan Sanchez
naprecio etcxxxLia Fail


  

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1 hr
precio etc


Explanation:
The phrase hardly makes sense, and totally lacks context. The indiviadual words, plus possible ideas are as follows:

Precio
(relativo a)
dinero disponible/flujo de efectivo
(relación de)

Local puede significar 'en las cercanías', pero no encaja aquí. Sin contexto...!



xxxLia Fail
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Local time: 09:03
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1 hr
Precio relativo a flujo de efectivo (o de caja).


Explanation:
I see more sense on: 'Price relative to cash flow....'.
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Ivan Sanchez
Local time: 03:03
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
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2 hrs
precio cash flow/flujo de caja relativo (local)


Explanation:
The price to cash flow is a finacial ratio calculated as a stock's capitalization divided by its cash flow for the latest fiscal year or as the current share price divided by cash flow per share. In this case, the cash-flows are not net but relative -to last year´s, to a company´s division, etc-. And the term local means that the ratio is calculated for a local segment of a business. With no more context is difficult to assess. Now in Spanish the translation gets tricky. Most professional financial analysts in Spanish would use the term combining Spanish and English like: "precio cash-flow relativo(local)" You may translate it as "precio flujo de caja relativo (local)". When you are talking in terms of ratios you say "precio flujo ..." directly not "precio a flujo" or "precio respecto flujo ..." etc


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xxxTransOl
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Very good answer. I have to recognize that I had a Hint but was not sure.
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