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Financial specialist

It was the summer of 2005 and I decided to work voluntarily as a financial specialist for a nonprofit organization. I was tasked to help manage the finances of a public hospital. However, my duties went beyond financial matters as I, together with 40 other volunteers, helped the elderly in a variety of chores such […]

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Financial results

One of the ways that the government have in regulating companies is to have a standard way of reporting financial statements. This is typically called as the “Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. ” By developing a Standard Chart of Accounts, the American Booksellers Association is doing the same thing. Which is good for the book industry. […]

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The Financial Side

Be it in Dubai or in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) market is catching attention from all throughout the world. The following are some excerpts identifying how some financial activities result to changes in retained earnings and common stocks in the most recent periods. One factor that can affect the retained earnings (RE) […]

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TD Bank Financial Group

The Toronto-Dominian Bank and its subsidiaries, collectively known as TD Bank Financial Group (TDBFG) is a Canadian based financial group, engaged in providing wide range of financial products and services. TD Bank Financial Group is one of the largest financial services providers in North America, providing retail and commercial banking, wealth management, and wholesales banking […]

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Macdonald financial information

• ROCE have been consistent in 2004 and 2005 which increases shareholders and lenders confidence however the confidence built when it reached 10. 2%. • Operating margin have gone up by 3. 5% from 39% in 2004 to 42. 5% • Revenue growth has been consistent moving up and down but has dramatically increased by […]

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Stock market

The inconclusiveness could be due to trying to model the possible non-linearity through random field or STR models. It could also be by examining the behaviour of the consistent semi-parametric estimators of d in line with expectations of the Fractionally Augmented Dickey-Fuller test. It is likely that the quest for a coherent theory of the […]

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Financial economists

Recent literature puts forward the case for a generic random walk type model, offering a less stringent assumption than those imposed in earlier literature on market efficiency. Traditionally, the analysis has been whether one serves as covariance stationary and displays the property of short-memory or non-stationary and non-mean reverting. In exhibiting a form of memory, […]

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UK Stock Market

The Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH) states that at any given time, security prices fully reflect all available information. This means that all people “playing the market” are not doing anything that requires skill, but rather playing at a game of chance. Many books have been published inviting common people to become the next millionaire using […]

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Financial Times

With the slowdown in the housing industry, the GDP will substantially be affected as well. What could further aggravate the situation is the clampdown of the sub prime lending because of a surge in foreclosures on high risk mortgages. To quote Saskia Scholtes of the Financial Times: “Delinquencies and foreclosures among high-risk borrowers increased at […]

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Online financial news

There is a fundamental economic formula that market analysts go by – that is the law of supply and demand. In the US housing market, there are a lot of variables to consider not only because of the size of the physical landscape but also because of the economic landscape of the four main regions […]

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Receivables financing

Receivables financing is a means by which a debt is placed on the market and sole to improve liquidity. Essentially this mechanism is an assignment of debt and is a significant part of capitalists’ management systems. In fact in a vast majority of developed nations a substantial amount of company assets are primarily comprised of […]

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The financial health of the organization

Simon is undertaking what is commonly termed as “window dressing”. He is recording and omitting important transactions so that the financial health of the organization would appear better when the loan is requested. For example, the inclusion of $10,000 sales revenue to the Simon Family would increase the net income of the organization by that […]

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Financial engineers

Another way in which the financial engineers failed was that they did not accurately foresee the surge which was to bring and enhance sub prime foreclosures in the years 2007 and 2008. The models made a correct prediction that, decline in estate values by 10 or 20 percent was to totally imperil the sub prime […]

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World’s financial institutions

The same problem occurs when management system fails to realize that credit transactions are exposed to various risks which may be overlooked at initial stages and later challenge the performance of the institution potentially. The failure of the world to realize the worthiness of a creditor and the collaterals presented before a financial institution has […]

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Financial engineering

Financial engineering is a market strategy involving development, design, implementation of innovative financial processes and instruments and also the process of formulating solutions full of creativity in case of financial problems. It is a strategy that leads to designing of revolutionary new products. In the traditional technology, these items included Collateralized Mortgage Obligation and swaps. […]

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The financial guaranty industry

The sub prime crisis was allowed to go out of hand because of poor regulation of the lenders. The fact that the Fed stepped in to buy out Bear Sterns was a case of acting a bit too late. One area where financial guaranty insurers expanded over the years involves Mortgage backed securities relating to […]

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Lack of enough finances to start the business

Arguably, most of the entrepreneurs in the developing countries are faced with major challenges of financing their businesses. Zoltan & Roger (2008, pp. 197-198) points out that raising enough capital has been a nightmare to them. In India, most of the entrepreneurs have opted to register their companies with foreign names to get access to […]

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The Enron Accounting Scandal

Evidence abounds today to suggest that recent corporate scandals are directly indicative of a negative pattern in both ethical and legal regards that extends beyond any single organization. There is, instead, practical evidence in the epidemic nature of this generation’s collective collapse to suggest that a need still exists for greater orientation toward ethical organizational […]

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The Effect of the Financial Crisis on Citibank

There is widespread concern the world over on the seriousness of the current financial crisis, and the challenges it poses to the established global financial, economic and political order. The economy of the United States, for many decades the recognized global financial and economic colossus, (its GDP nearly four times that of Japan, the second […]

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Financial Statements

Financial Statements             Financial statements summarize the company’s financial activities over an instant or a period in time. They usually show, in different formats, the amount of revenue generated, the amount of financial resources spent, and the destinations of the expenses. Accountants and business owners use four major types financial statements to determine the framework […]

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Financial System

Abstract             Financial system is the integral mechanism of any state’s economy. Countries rely on banks and finances in performing major financial operations and predicting the future of the state economic development. The paper researches the financial system of Mexico, its structure, principles and functions. Financial System             Introduction             The banking system of Mexico […]

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Financial Statement Forecasts

1.  Financial Statement Forecasts The final forecast parameters will be the first concern to be tackled then it will be followed by a presentation of the company’s pro forma financial statements. And it  will conclude by a presentation on the financial ratios of the company. 1.1     Presentation of final forecast parameters From the valuation table […]

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Financial firms corporate Governance developing countries

“Globally giant financial firms are better able than local financial firms to provide good corporate governance and efficient financial resource allocation for developing countries”. Discuss. Globalization has given rise to the appearance of the global corporation. This has been a natural development from the national to the international then multinational or transnational and now global […]

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Enterprise Finance

Most businesses are currently faced with challenges when it comes to financing their operations. There are diverse options to choose from, and each has its own advantages and disadvantages. Companies that do not have access to advice from professionals sometimes find themselves making the wrong decisions when choosing the means of finance. Such decisions are […]

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Financial Advisor

Financial Advisor          To protect cash flows, a significant number of companies change to last in, first out (LIFO) inventory to reduce their present and future tax liabilities ( SMITH & SKOUSEN, 1992) Based on the situations given, since the business sales are good, the company may use last in, first out method of inventory […]

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Financial Statements in Accounting

Financial Statements in Accounting 1. Why are the dates on financial statements important?  How do the primary financial statements (income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow) tie together?  What managerial assessments can you make about a company that has a profit and a negative cash flow in the same accounting period?     The dates of […]

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Principles of Finance Project

Principles of Finance Project 2 Introduction       This paper seeks to conduct an evaluation of the financial desirability of potential investment projects under consideration by a firm. I will apply the discounted cash flow technique as used extensively throughout the course to the relevant cash flow associated with hypothetical projects.  The first part of the […]

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?he stock market

A strong indicator of whether a company has succeeded is the value of its stocks in the stock market and its financial performance which can be seen in its Income Statement.  Based on the Income Statement and historical stock prices, it can be seen that something tremendously wrong happened in the implementation of its strategy.  […]

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Financial information’s system

Financial information’s system is a term for a system that analyzes and accumulates financial data to formulate good financial management decisions in running a business. The over all and primary objective of a financial information’s system is to meet the company’s financial obligations during deadlines, using the minimal amount of financial resources consistent with an […]

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Preventing Financial Problems

We are all faced with financial problems ranging from individual level to the state level. Debt problems, low monthly payment or lacks of employment are some of the financial problems that affect the economy drastically. Many reports released Barnes, P (2004) illustrate that financial difficulties arise from mismanagement and lack of proper planning that makes […]

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