Cash sales

Also found in: Financial.
sales made for ready, money, in distinction from those on which credit is given; stocks sold, to be delivered on the day of transaction.

See also: Cash

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Cannabis technology company Leafbuyer Technologies Inc (OTCMKTS:LBUY) stated on Monday that its cash sales growth rose of 42% year over year in the quarter ending 30 June 2019.
Jacksonville, Florida-based Black Knight Financial Services Inc.'s (BKFS') Data & Analytics Division reported that based on data as of the end of April, cash sales made up 62 percent of purchases in the lowest 20 percent price bracket.
With one full month remaining in the fiscal year, the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery recently surpassed its previous cash sales record for annual draw game sales.
Institutional Investor & Cash Sales Report This share is down from a three-year high of 42.0 percent in the previous quarter but still up from 35.7 percent in a year ago.
Warren said cash sales - in which there is no mortgage - have increased statewide.
The bulletin pointed out that "the Bank's cash sales had reached 19 millions and 750,000 US dollars, on an exchange rate of 1,179 dinars per dollar, including the Bank's interest rate of 13 dinars per dollar, whilst the foreign transfers have reached 182 millions and 310,000 US dollars; none of the banks that attended the sessions, including the 19 banks that attended today's session have offered a single dollar for sale.
THE Country Land and Business Association has launched a campaign to ban cash sales in scrap metal dealing, to try to stop the rise in opportunist theft from rural businesses and communities.
The US Senate approved a provision to facilitate cash sales of US farm goods to Cuba, overturning restrictions by former President George W.
Cash sales to financial institutions in the first half of 2004 stood at pounds 23.
There were fears that cash sales at Bootle could suffer after shake-up at its biggest customer, the Post Office, through the payment of benefits directly into bank accounts.