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re·in·vest

 (rē′ĭn-vĕst′)
tr.v. re·in·vest·ed, re·in·vest·ing, re·in·vests
To invest (capital or earnings) again, especially to invest (income from securities or funds) in additional shares.

re′in·vest′ment n.
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reinvest

(ˌriːɪnˈvɛst)
vb
(Commerce) to put back (profits from a previous investment) into the same enterprise
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Translations

reinvest

[ˈriːɪnˈvest] VTreinvertir, volver a invertir
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reinvest

vtreinvestieren
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reinvest

[ˌriːɪnˈvɛst] vtreimpiegare
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References in classic literature ?
Then she reinvested, and, owing to the good advice of her stockbrokers, became rather richer than she had been before.
She gave Mrs Finching's card to the young woman who opened the door, and the young woman told her that 'Miss Flora'--Flora having, on her return to the parental roof, reinvested herself with the title under which she had lived there--was not yet out of her bedroom, but she was to please to walk up into Miss Flora's sitting-room.
Apart from helping you invest consistently to earn measurable returns, Bajaj Finance also offers you extra interest when you reinvest. On renewal of your FD, you get an additional 0.10per cent as interest.
But here lies another; the benchmark for portfolios that reinvest dividends cannot be the Philippine Stock Exchange Composite Index or PSEi because this index only computes price appreciation and not the reinvestment of dividends that the index component companies pay out.
LONDON (Alliance News) - ICG-Longbow Senior Secured UK Property Debt Investments Ltd said Monday it has received a GBP22.4 million loan repayment, allowing the company to reinvest in its "strong pipeline".
Hence, once asset redemptions end, the Fed was likely "to reinvest most, if not all, principal payments received from agency MBS in Treasury securities.
Andy Hughes, Liverpool's chief operating officer, said: "This growth and increase in revenue has enabled us to significantly reinvest both in the playing squad and the football operational infrastructure.
If any of these tests are failing the manager can still reinvest, but on a "maintain or improve" basis, which was traditionally assessed by comparing the test levels including the asset the manager wants to buy against the test values for the current portfolio immediately prior to the trade (pre trade comparison).
"We're the largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa, which comes at a high price, yet we still managed to reinvest $750,000 into community projects last year."
nearing the peak in their cycles, renters who reinvest their money have an increasingly better chance at creating wealth than individuals who purchase a home, according to the latest national index produced by Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University faculty.
It's wellknown that reinvesting profits back into one's business is a great way to stimulate further growth, and if auto-enrolment leads to businesses having fewer profits to reinvest, planning sensibly is going to be more important than ever.