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Noun1.borrowing cost - the cost of borrowing somethingborrowing cost - the cost of borrowing something  
cost - the total spent for goods or services including money and time and labor
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Nickel prices fell 3 percent on Monday, under pressure from weakening demand for stainless steel in top metals consumer China, rising Chinese borrowing costs and Beijing's regulatory crackdown on risky financing.
The study, which examines the impact of both pension finances and pension reforms on borrowing costs from 2009 to 2014, shows that a higher ratio of unfunded pension liability to government revenue is related to increased borrowing costs.
Global Banking News-April 11, 2016--Turkish economy minister calls on central bank to curb borrowing costs
What's causing more concerns in the case of Cyprus is that its borrowing costs are on the rise while in the rest of the euro area they are going down (with the exception of Greece and Portugal).
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Borrowers in the UAE have been using improved market sentiment towards the country and the high amount of cash in the local banking system to lower their borrowing costs.
Kingdom to hire Citigroup to help cut borrowing costs Riyadh: Kingdom Holding, the investment firm of Saudi Arabia's Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Al Saud, is in talks with banks to cut borrowing costs on a $550 million loan.
An independent Scotland could face a decade of fiscal tightening through tax rises and spending cuts in order to meet European debt-to-GDP rules and maintain sustainable borrowing costs, depending on how much public debt it inherits from the UK's vast pile of over [pounds sterling]1tn.
On Thursday, central bank chiefs in the eurozone and the UK went to near-unprecedented lengths to talk down their regional borrowing costs - with mixed success.
Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB) has hired banks for a possible dollar-denominated bond sale as UAE companies seek to benefit from lower borrowing costs says Bloomberg
MADRID -- Spain's borrowing costs tumbled in a major bond auction Thursday as Madrid scrambled to decide "within weeks" whether to snatch a euro zone financial lifeline.