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subir en una banda

English translation: increase by a fixed/set percentage/band

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Spanish term or phrase:subir en una banda
English translation:increase by a fixed/set percentage/band
Entered by: Sheila Hardie
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11:26 Feb 15, 2006
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general) / stock market
Spanish term or phrase: subir en una banda
Íbex: ***subirá en una banda*** del 5% al 15%

Estos días abundan los bancos de inversión que emiten sus informes estratégicos con opiniones sobre el comportamiento que esperan para la bolsa en el 2006.

I am not sure how to translate 'banda' here - bracket perhaps - or indeed the meaning of 'subirá en una banda'?


Many thanks in advance!



Sheila
Sheila Hardie
Spain
Local time: 13:57
increase by a fix percentage/band
Explanation:
In this context band means the fix 10% increase from 5 to 15%.
Some Central Banks and/or financial institutions are committed
to keep exchange rates within certain boundaries they call floating bands.
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Arturo Munilla
Local time: 08:57
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Many thanks for your help!


Sheila
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increase by a fix percentage/band


Explanation:
In this context band means the fix 10% increase from 5 to 15%.
Some Central Banks and/or financial institutions are committed
to keep exchange rates within certain boundaries they call floating bands.


    Reference: http://english.people.com.cn/english/200007/31/eng20000731_4...
Arturo Munilla
Local time: 08:57
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Many thanks for your help!


Sheila

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agree  Denise DeVries: yes, but fixed or set
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