posting

posting
making entries in an account system or book from original documents such as invoices and receipts. Glossary of Business Terms
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Also allocation Euroclear Clearing and Settlement glossary
Calculation method allocating expenses to the cost of the various products in order to calculate the complete cost. Euroclear Clearing and Settlement glossary

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posting post‧ing [ˈpəʊstɪŋ ǁ ˈpoʊs-] noun
1. [uncountable] especially BrE the act of sending a letter, parcel etc through the official delivery system:

• If you do not obtain a certificate of posting we are not legally liable to pay compensation.

2. [uncountable] ACCOUNTING the work of entering figures in a ledger (= a book or computer record used by a company to record money received or spent):

• A posting error can be corrected using the correction key.

— see also error of posting
3. [countable] an occasion when an employee is sent to another country by their employer to do a particular job:
posting to

• Mr Gardiner requested, and was granted, a posting to Japan.

4. [countable] COMPUTING a message sent to an Internet discussion group so that all members of the group can read it; = post:

• Postings regarding the company may contribute to volatility in the market price of its stock.

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posting UK US /ˈpəʊstɪŋ/ noun
[C] HR a job, often within the organization that you already work for, which involves going to a different country or town to work for a particular period: »

a foreign/overseas posting

a posting in/to sth »

He will use a two-year posting in Singapore to encourage people to consider living and working in Scotland.

[C] INTERNET an electronic message or information that is put on a website in order to allow many people to see it: »

A separate report on Thursday showed that job postings on the internet stayed strong in July.

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an internet/online/website posting

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a blog/bulletin board/message board posting

[C or U] ACCOUNTING the process of writing figures in a ledger (= book recording money that a company has spent and received), or the figures that are written: »

The company's posting of third-quarter earnings indicated a substantial slackening in computer sales.

[U] mainly UK COMMUNICATIONS the act of sending a letter or package by mail: »

Proof of posting does not constitute proof of delivery.

See also CERTIFICATE OF POSTING(Cf. ↑certificate of posting)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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