Amy Cortese has written for The New York Times, Business Week and portfolio.
The portfolio could lose as much as $1.6 billion more in the next quarter, the bank said.
A portfolio of A-list celebrities means Brito has a great reputation.
So creating jobs at home is now part of the portfolio of diplomats abroad.
I clutched my portfolio, and smiled as I looked at the window.
A very graceful design suited to a portfolio lay partly colored where the light fell strongest.
Francois asked him, as he placed his copy of Mantegna's figure in his portfolio.
For your sake, I forgot the portfolio with those other papers, and dropped it on the floor there.
I asked the Queen to whom she thought I ought to commit the portfolio.
The charm of Brummells dress was its simplicity; yet it cost him as much thought, time, and care as the portfolio of a minister.
1722, porto folio; 1719 as port folio, from Italian portafoglio "a case for carrying loose papers," from porta, imperative of portare "to carry" (see port (n.1)) + foglio "sheet, leaf," from Latin folium (see folio). Meaning "official documents of a state department" is from 1835. A minister without portfolio is one not in charge of a particular department. Meaning "collection of securities held" is from 1930; portfolio investment is from 1955.