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TASA INTERNA DE RETORNO EFECTIVA ANUAL

English translation: EAR (Acronym for Effective Anual Rate of Return)

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20:57 Aug 15, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
Spanish term or phrase: TASA INTERNA DE RETORNO EFECTIVA ANUAL
Column heading on a report
Judy Rojas
Chile
Local time: 14:04
English translation:EAR (Acronym for Effective Anual Rate of Return)
Explanation:
This is what uou are more likely going to find in Finance. In Spanish, they sometimes use the acronym TIR but the trend is toward using TEA since they have started to realize that projects don't come with a discount rate by themselves, it depends on the decisionmakers and the cash flows. This is quite different from the nominal rate since the nominal rate is the rate established for a given period and the EAR results from the accummulation of interest due when the interest is paid in shorter periods than those established by the nominal rate. The EAR is the real economic return in a given period. It takes into account the compounding of interest.
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Yvette Camou
Mexico
Local time: 10:04
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Summary of answers provided
naEAR (Acronym for Effective Anual Rate of Return)Yvette Camou
naAnnual Effective Internal Rate of ReturnLeonardo Lamarche
naeffective annual internal rate of returnHeathcliff
nainternal annual effective rate of return
Maria


  

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9 mins
internal annual effective rate of return


Explanation:

;o) which one goes first?

Happy translating!


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Maria
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38 mins
effective annual internal rate of return


Explanation:
This is the standard English order of the phrase. -- Suerte!


    Oxford Dictionary for the business World (Oxford University Press, 1993)
Heathcliff
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40 mins
Annual Effective Internal Rate of Return


Explanation:
Annual Effective qualifies the noun which is Internal Rate of Return. Hope it helps.

Leonardo Lamarche
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13 hrs
EAR (Acronym for Effective Anual Rate of Return)


Explanation:
This is what uou are more likely going to find in Finance. In Spanish, they sometimes use the acronym TIR but the trend is toward using TEA since they have started to realize that projects don't come with a discount rate by themselves, it depends on the decisionmakers and the cash flows. This is quite different from the nominal rate since the nominal rate is the rate established for a given period and the EAR results from the accummulation of interest due when the interest is paid in shorter periods than those established by the nominal rate. The EAR is the real economic return in a given period. It takes into account the compounding of interest.


    www.garnet.acns.fsu.edu/ ppeters/fin3404/readings/tvm4.html
    www.javeriana.edu.co/decisiones/Banco de preguntas.htm
Yvette Camou
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