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    corporations can research and invest in an alternative to wood so we use less lumber in construction, which in turn makes sure our forests don’t get utterly depleted, as they are becoming now. I believe it is up to us, our companies and our respective governments to set in motion plans to reduce our environmental impact. I feel that greed is playing a large part in us not doing enough. Although you would be mistaken if you thought greed was the only obstacle for change. As of this moment our population is estimated to be 7 billion in which most of us eat animal meat on a daily basis. The economic footprint of raising all these animals for consumption is enormous. We must use feed and water to sustain these animals and they also produce greenhouse gas emissions. At this point it would be very difficult to convince consumers to cut down on their meat intake and to consume more eco-friendly vegetables in their diet. Animal meat is prevalent in almost every cultures main dishes, so it would be very difficult to change consumers taste without perhaps raising the price of meat or taxing it heavier. Any government who would take those controversial steps would probably not stay in power long. Hence it will be very difficult to change our environmental footprint in regards to the consumption of animal meat. To me it seems everybody wants to take the easy route. They feel our current plan is saving them time and money, but they fail to see that our path is not sustainable…

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    In cultures where the environment is highly valued, citizens will take greater measures to ensure that they limit their Greenhouse Emissions. These countries greatly promote alternative energy, organic produce and recycling. In countries where these social values haven’t been instituted, there exists a reduced drive to promote the reduction of Greenhouse Emissions. Lastly, the political atmosphere of a country affects the Total Greenhouse Gas Emissions of an individual. Much like the social…

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    decision process The table 2 below indicates three types of investment ratios and their implications. Fixed assets turnover is sometimes highly emphasized while making investment decision as it measures the relationship between fixed assets invested and profits generated, which may interest those investors and shareholders who have invested its property or fixed assets into the business and also it could be also significant to the financial manager as he may make an decision on external…

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    The Housing Crash Of 2008

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    During the housing crash of 2008, nearly fifteen million Americanhome and propertyowners lost their homes to foreclosure, according to stats listed by Bloomberg in 2009. In order torebuild and/or rebound after a financial loss, like what took place in 2008, takes some time and a lot of attention to the detail of the requirements needed to bounce back. There may be a lot guilt or even loss of confidence because of losing your home. You will need to at least rent a home or apartment. After…

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    has led to a rise of higher loan to value (LTV) lending availability in the UK. Loan-to-value lending is used by lenders to express the proportion of an advance to the value of an advance purchased. There has been a predictable with an expansion in credit supply, for spreads on most home loans falling in 2015. There is seen to be a substantial rise in the demand for buy-to-let lending and also a rise in consumers wanting to re-mortgage. New buyers have also helped to increase the demand for…

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    SWOT analysis stands for an organization’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats; it provides a strategic analysis of the company’s businesses and operations. “Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis provides a comprehensive insight into the company’s history, corporate strategy, business and financial structure, management and operations,” (swotanalysis24.com). SWOT analysis can be useful for forming a competitive advantage for the company. It allows a company to examine where they…

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    Foreclosure ... Now What? What is foreclosure? How does it come to be? What are the options for those who find themselves in this serious predicament? The mention of foreclosure gives the understanding that a bank loan for a home has been received. The monthly payment, which includes home owners insurance, property taxes, and interest, cannot (for whatever reason) be paid as promised. The bank acquires an unwanted house and the buyer receives nothing but a frighteningly painful ding in his…

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    percent in the last 25 years, while the median family income has increased less than 150 percent” (DuPont 11).The raise of college costs makes it difficult for a student to start a college career. Some students may end their college studies because the economic situation does not allow them to continue. In America, there are different kinds of federal loans to students, such as Stafford Loans, Federal Perkins Loans, Federal Direct Student Loan and others, some colleges offer different kinds of…

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    Due to a great number of empirical researches based on the US firms, it is necessary to test the robustness of these findings outside the US(Rajan and Zigales, 1995). They found similar leverage levels and negative associations between leverage level and profitability across the G-7 countries in spite of different institutional structures. Kimberly(2000) tested firms in 14 European countries and found the similar results. High debt level could lower weighted average cost of capital and thereby…

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    Situation Of Default

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    This attitude of the lender creates many problems to a Borrower. A Borrower has to be vigilant at all the time so as to ensure that no situation arises which may result in any kind of suspicion to the lender. Knowingly or unknowingly he may not commit any act which may constitute a default according to the conditions of the loan agreement, for it may have disastrous consequences for him. A Default means the occurrence of a situation when the Borrower is likely to commit default in the discharge…

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