invest money

See: fund
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Citizens have money, but they invest money in banks, not in projects so far.
The council has pledged to invest money in the both facilities and has been successful in securing lottery money for a range of improvement schemes.
Barclays Plc (LSE: BARC) has been asked by Spanish authorities to invest money into its Spanish unit after a government test revealed that the unit was short of capital.
Without doubt it makes sense to invest money in a bank or building society rather than in a piggy bank at home.
Only 17 per cent of people now plan to invest money in equities, down from 30 per cent six months earlier, according to the Investment Management Association.
Only 17% of people now plan to invest money in equities, down from 30% when the same research was carried out six months earlier, according to the Investment Management Association.
Only 17 per cent of people now plan to invest money in equities, down from 30 per cent when the same research was carried out six months earlier, according to the Investment Management Association.
RICH DAD'S ADVISORS: GUIDE TO INVESTING IN GOLD AND SILVER provides a review of economic cycles that contribute to gold and silver's importance as an investment vehicle, with chapters considering how and where to invest money in precious metals.
One, they're out at sea on a boat which is a limited confined area and two, once someone is in the navy (like the army) and they invest money in training that person, they can't get out of it if they don't like it.
However, according to financial analysts Datamonitor, the popularity of maxi ISAs, which invest money in stocks and shares, slipped.
If you're going to invest money in surgery, you should also invest time into taking care of your body.