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  • Social Bonds

    Social bonds. However the massive potential for improvement in social issues is undeniable using this method. Social bonds seek to help many social issues, with the first in New Zealand looking to get people with mental health issues back into the workforce. This innovative idea should not be used in New Zealand because the Government needs proof the social issue is improving before they get involved. Without Government support, private sectors would not be as inclined to invest in social bonds.…

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  • Graham Buffett Rhetorical Analysis

    Buffett is an advocate of Graham’s investing principles. He uses his purchase of Washington Post Company to illustrate those principles. Buffett and others estimated the intrinsic value at between $400 and $500 million while the market price was $100 million. The key thing that Buffett takes from Graham’s principles is the practice of buying good businesses at market discounts compared to the underlying value. A common misconception is that the market provides the most accurate price. Buffett…

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  • Euribor Case Study

    1a) Euro Interbank Offered Rate (Euribor)- rates offered to prime banks based in the Eurozone on euro interbank term deposits Background info: Euribor was first published on 30 December 1998. 1 January 1999 was the day that the Euro as a currency was introduced. In the years, before a lot of domestic reference rates like PIBOR (France) and FIBOR (Germany) existed. There are currently 8 different kinds of Euribor rates where they are selected to ensure that the diversity of the euro money…

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  • Five Year Loan Essay

    Bonds are IOU loans that grants more risk to the investors than the company selling the bonds. Bonds is the safest option to raising money for your company because the investors are taking the risk. The investors buying the bonds have a sense of comfort knowing they will get a steady income until the fulfilment of the bond. Bonds with the most length tends to pay the most yield. For example a 5 year bond pays a lower yield to a 10 year bond. Investors can purchase bonds from the company…

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  • Bank Negara Malaysia Case Study

    other hand, bond also act as a source of finance. The bond is one of the debt securities (debt instruments) which issued by issuer and sell it to the investors. The bond will act as a loan whereas the issuer is the borrower and the investor is the lender, the coupon is the interest. (Certified Financial Planner, 2015) Every bond will have a maturity date and also the par value. Maturity date (due date) is the date that the loan will be paid off and the par value is the nominal value of a bond.…

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  • Mutual Fund Rating Essay

    tolerance. I personally feel that properly educating individuals in personal finance and investing would mitigate the need to expand on the current rating system for mutual funds. Financial loss from investing comes from a permanent decrease in value (bond defaults) or from a temporary decrease in value (market correction) which is realized when sold. Proper financial planning can minimize the chance that an individual’s investment will be valued less than what the individual needs at the time.…

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  • Acme Products Case Study

    Acme Products, Inc., requires a new machine to produce a part for a heat generator. Two companies have submitted bids, and you have been assigned the task of choosing one of the machines. Cash flow analysis indicates the following: Year Machine A Machine B ---- --------- --------- 0 -$1,000 -$1,000 1 0 417…

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  • Interest Bearing Securities Case Study

    This essay, gives a brief knowledge about the techniques and tools of assets allocation and portfolio management of different types of securities. The essay also discuss about the risk attached to foreign issued money market and other relevant consideration to be taken wherever needed. Introduction: Investing in different assets is a risky and challenging task of finance market. It is generally practiced with the concept of how much risk an investor is willing to take. For example, is an…

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  • Rip Curl Case Analysis

    In response to Rip Curl’s inquiry to issue bonds in Switzerland, this report aims to cover the positive and negative aspects of such a solution and attempt to determine a solution that will be the most feasible. Although the interest rates in Switzerland are relatively low compared to those in Australia, by issuing these bonds overseas, Rip Curl are inherently taking in risks associated with the market that may include: - Foreign currency risk - Inflation risk By relying on the exchange rate…

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  • The Importance Of Investment

    Investment is risk. There is no investment that is completely secure and completely safe. Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds, Real Estate, every investment option holds the risk of losing money. The objective of investing one’s wealth is to generate income for the future. People fear that investing their wealth is putting their future at risk, a fear is holding down the success of that wealth. Wayne Gretzky, the greatest hockey player of all time, famously said, “ You miss one hundred percent of…

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