push money


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push money

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a cash inducement provided by a manufacturer or distributor for a retailer or his staff, to reward successful selling
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Quantitative easing has caused investors to push money into MLPs seeking high yields such as the 6.1 percent per year return reported for the Alerian MLP Index as of 2014.
To push money out of SDAs, the BSP introduced a ban on nonpooled funds in investment management accounts (IMA) held by banks for their clients that took effect late 2013.
Draghi launches a new scheme to push money into flagging eurozone economy
The European Central Bank cut interest rates to a fresh record low on Thursday and launched a new scheme to push money into the flagging euro zone economy.
"Defra is currently proposing to 'push money up the hill' - paying both areas an equal payment per hectare from 2015, by applying a small reduction to non-SDA land, and a significant increase to SDA land."
The central bank wants to curtail funds flowing into China's vast "shadow" financial system that fuels property and stock speculation and push money into more productive areas of the economy to secure more sustained growth.
On top of this exercise to push money into the economy, it has also launched a Funding for Lending Scheme (FLS), providing cheap credit to banks to encourage them to offer loans to customers.
He said: "This scheme would push money out into the real economy, driving big business and providing funds for banks to lend.
Also, the consultative Shoura Council proposed imposing a tax on undeveloped plots of land, local media reported this month, which could push money out of unproductive land speculation into real estate development or other asset markets.