Financial is used with these nouns: ↑accountability, ↑acumen, ↑adjustment, ↑administration, ↑advantage, ↑advice, ↑adviser, ↑affair, ↑aid, ↑analysis, ↑analyst, ↑appraisal, ↑arena, ↑arrangement, ↑aspect, ↑assessment, ↑asset, ↑assistance, ↑autonomy, ↑backing, ↑base, ↑benefit, ↑boost, ↑burden, ↑calculation, ↑capital, ↑catastrophe, ↑centre, ↑chaos, ↑circumstance, ↑climate, ↑clout, ↑collapse, ↑column, ↑commitment, ↑compensation, ↑conglomerate, ↑consequence, ↑consideration, ↑constraint, ↑consultant, ↑controller, ↑corruption, ↑cost, ↑crash, ↑crisis, ↑cut, ↑cutback, ↑data, ↑deal, ↑dealings, ↑deficit, ↑demand, ↑dependence, ↑difficulty, ↑disadvantage, ↑disarray, ↑disaster, ↑discipline, ↑dispute, ↑distress, ↑district, ↑donation, ↑drain, ↑editor, ↑embarrassment, ↑empire, ↑environment, ↑excess, ↑expectation, ↑expenditure, ↑expert, ↑expertise, ↑failure, ↑flexibility, ↑flow, ↑footing, ↑forecast, ↑framework, ↑fraud, ↑future, ↑gain, ↑gamble, ↑hardship, ↑help, ↑imbalance, ↑impact, ↑implication, ↑impropriety, ↑incentive, ↑independence, ↑indicator, ↑inducement, ↑industry, ↑information, ↑insecurity, ↑instability, ↑institution, ↑instrument, ↑integrity, ↑interest, ↑intermediary, ↑investment, ↑irregularity, ↑journalist, ↑leverage, ↑liability, ↑lifeline, ↑limit, ↑limitation, ↑link, ↑literacy, ↑loss, ↑management, ↑mania, ↑market, ↑marketplace, ↑matter, ↑mess, ↑misconduct, ↑mismanagement, ↑motive, ↑muddle, ↑necessity, ↑need, ↑news, ↑newspaper, ↑nightmare, ↑obligation, ↑officer, ↑ombudsman, ↑outlay, ↑package, ↑page, ↑panic, ↑penalty, ↑performance, ↑peril, ↑plan, ↑planning, ↑plight, ↑policy, ↑position, ↑predicament, ↑press, ↑pressure, ↑problem, ↑professional, ↑profile, ↑programme, ↑projection, ↑reason, ↑recompense, ↑record, ↑reform, ↑regime, ↑regulation, ↑relationship, ↑reorganization, ↑repercussion, ↑report, ↑reporter, ↑representative, ↑rescue, ↑reserve, ↑resource, ↑responsibility, ↑restraint, ↑restriction, ↑result, ↑return, ↑review, ↑reward, ↑risk, ↑ruin, ↑sacrifice, ↑sanction, ↑saving, ↑scandal, ↑secretary, ↑sector, ↑security, ↑sense, ↑service, ↑setback, ↑settlement, ↑shape, ↑side, ↑situation, ↑specialist, ↑speculation, ↑sphere, ↑squeeze, ↑stability, ↑stake, ↑standing, ↑standpoint, ↑state, ↑statement, ↑status, ↑stock, ↑strain, ↑strait, ↑strategy, ↑strength, ↑stress, ↑structure, ↑subsidy, ↑success, ↑summary, ↑support, ↑system, ↑target, ↑term, ↑tie, ↑transaction, ↑transfer, ↑trouble, ↑turmoil, ↑uncertainty, ↑venture, ↑viability, ↑vulnerability, ↑watchdog, ↑wealth, ↑well-being, ↑windfall, ↑workings, ↑worry, ↑worth, ↑year

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