Archive for August, 2011

What happens when banks are required to hold more capital?

| August 31, 2011 | 0 Comments

Financial regulation imposes requirements on banks to hold certain amounts of capital. When the financial crisis began in 2007, the capital banks held fell significantly. Regulators could have taken the view that capital is there as a buffer against a rainy day, and the rainy day had come, so the buffer should be allowed to […]

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Finance Ministry not for BSNL setting up broadband network

| August 31, 2011 | 0 Comments

Wants Special Purpose Vehicle to implement Rs 20,000-cr optical fibre project The Finance Ministry has rejected the Department of Telecom’s proposal to appoint Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd as the agency for executing the national optical fibre broadband project. The Finance Ministry has said a Special Purpose Vehicle comprising both private and state-owned operators should be […]

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What is corporate finance.

| August 31, 2011 | 0 Comments

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Principles of Managerial Finance (13th Edition) (The Prentice Hall Series in Finance)

| August 31, 2011 | 0 Comments

Principles of Managerial Finance (13th Edition) (The Prentice Hall Series in Finance) Gitman’s proven learning goal system—a hallmark feature of Principles of Managerial Finance—weaves pedagogy into concepts and practice, providing readers with a roadmap to guide them through the text and supplementary tools. The thirteenth edition features new coauthor Chad Zutter of the University of […]

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Criteria for choosing a reliable debt relief program

| August 31, 2011 | 0 Comments

Peace of your mind will be evaporated from you life if you have huge amount of outstanding debt and facing financial crises. But, it’s your problem as no one will take your pain and pay it back on your behalf. The situation will become worst when due debt amount is keep increasing with high rate […]

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FTSE LIVE: Bargainhunting traders back in action

| August 31, 2011 | 0 Comments

By This Is Money Reporters Last updated at 3:48 PM on 31st August 2011 15.30: The FTSE 100 has soared 138.6 points higher to 5,407.3 as Wall Street trades strongly despite mixed economic data. A U.S. business activity index slipped in August but still beat expectations, while other data showed a rise in factory orders […]

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When debt levels turn cancerous

| August 31, 2011 | 0 Comments

 Now we know where the tipping point lies. Debt becomes poisonous once it reaches 80pc to 100pc of GDP for governments, 90pc of GDP for companies, and 85pc of GDP for households. From then on, extra debt chokes growth. Stephen Cecchetti and his team at the Bank for International Settlements have written the definitive paper rebutting […]

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Lessig on Supreme Court Campaign Finance Decision: Change Congress Video

| August 31, 2011 | 0 Comments

Get Involved: www.fixcongressfirst.org The Supreme Court’s ruling in Citizens United v. FEC gives corporations free rein to pour unprecedented amounts of money into elections. From this day forward, when Congress acts, who can say it wasn’t because of the money? Watch Lawrence Lessig’s response to Citizens United, share his call to action with friends, and […]

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Study Guide for Corporate Finance: The Core

| August 31, 2011 | 0 Comments

Study Guide for Corporate Finance: The Core Written by Mark Simonson, Arizona State University, the Study Guide provides the learning tools students need to cement their understanding of key concepts, including chapter synopses, review of select concepts and terms, and 5–10 questions per chapter as a self-test. Worked examples with step-by-step solutions guide students through […]

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Finance minister wins Japan party vote, to be PM

| August 30, 2011 | 0 Comments

TOKYO (AP) — Japan’s ruling party has elected Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda as its new chief, meaning he will almost certainly become the next prime minister and inherit the challenge of rebuilding from the country’s disasters. Noda, 54, is known as a fiscal conservative. He defeated Trade Minister Banri Kaieda on Monday in a run-off […]

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