financial forecast

NOUN
  1. a forecast of the expected financial position and the results of operations and cash flows based on expected conditions
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How To Use financial forecast In A Sentence

  • Management keeps making rosy promises it can't keep and issuing financial forecasts it can't meet, they say.
  • You should also be able to demonstrate a visible order book underpinning your financial forecasts.
  • The panel has been asked to consider the budget and medium-term financial forecast.
  • Together the two firms can provide financial forecasts for virtually every listed company in the world.
  • Climate-change forecasts‚Ķ are like financial forecasts but involve a vastly more complex array of variables.
  • Finance is to give financial forecast, work out financial budget and adjust relation of fund turnover.
  • However, that would still be well below its original financial forecast, he noted.
  • Well, I can't finish fiddling the figures on my financial forecast tonight, because I need a few facts that I have yet to find out.
  • However, any financial forecasts may be based on very crude assumptions about the likely volume of sales, the selling price, distribution costs, and the cost of producing the item.
  • Bank financial forecast is the premise of the financing program.
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