reap profits

See: gain
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Investing in Chinese banks ahead of their public floats has helped Western banks to reap profits in the past.
Leigh Arkle: "If they reduced the prices of foreign holidays in the summer hols then it would be fine, but the greedy holiday companies reap profits from people with no choice of when to have a holiday.
Focus on strategic moves to reap profits on the professional front.
He explained that through his follow-up to market prices continuously, he did not find any "scary" descent to be considered an index slope of prices, noting that there are some speculators who want to reap profits, even with less than the previous margin through reducing the price of the land between kd 5,000 to 10,000 in order to tempt buyers and then search for other between opportunities.
Calling them pure fluff and saying the mill does not need the pipeline to reap profits, Hiland rejected assertions that the pipeline would help to save money and jobs at IP.
Industry experts claim world's largest retailer ignored state law to reap profits
The aviation watchdog said it expects global airline industry to reap profits of $10.
ABIBA helps operators reap profits out of the wealth of subscriber data that they possess by providing business critical insights leading to informed decisions.
They will destroy everything local and reap profits later.
These leaks would encourage hedge funds to reap profits by shorting stocks -- repurchasing shares at a lower price and pocketing the difference, market participants have said.
Hall did say that the operations' new owners were willing to make investments that would reap profits in the future.
Particular business concerns, like companies that reap profits through denuding the environment, are also factors in the attack on science, a fight that is being skillfully waged by highly paid lobbyists in the halls of Congress (a group made up of 535 individuals with only 47 having at least one math, science, or engineering degree).