capital inflow

Definition

The movement of capital into a market or economy. Changes in capital inflow are used to measure the growth of an economy, and steady or increasing capital inflows are usually indicative of positive perceptions of a market in the global economy, or an attractive business environment due to favorable tax structures or business-friendly regulations.

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You should try to make sure that you are up to date on if enough capital inflow has been coming in.

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Our company provides services which monitor capital inflow in the coal industry and advise clients whether to invest or not.

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The capital inflow that Steve had witnessed was an encouraging sign that the tide of the economy was rising and that his business would soon see renewed growth.

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