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Janny

  1. There are many benefits of swapping, firstly talking about their cost, swap is generally cheaper. There is no upfront premium and it reduces transactions costs. They can be used to hedge risk, and long time period hedge is possible and it provides flexibility and maintains informational advantages.Read more

    There are many benefits of swapping, firstly talking about their cost, swap is generally cheaper. There is no upfront premium and it reduces transactions costs. They can be used to hedge risk, and long time period hedge is possible and it provides flexibility and maintains informational advantages. A snap has longer term than futures or options, they will run for years, whereas forwards and futures are for the relatively short term. Lastly, using swaps can give companies a better match between their liabilities and revenues.

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Janny

  1. Basically, in a carry trade you borrow a currency that has a low interest rate, then use that money to buy another currency that pays a higher interest rate. You make profit on the difference between the interest rates. So the steps to calculate this amount is firstly assume that a trader notices thRead more

    Basically, in a carry trade you borrow a currency that has a low interest rate, then use that money to buy another currency that pays a higher interest rate. You make profit on the difference between the interest rates. So the steps to calculate this amount is firstly assume that a trader notices that rates in Japan are 0.25 percent, while they are 2 percent in the United States. This means the trader expects to profit 1.75 percent; the difference between the two rates. The first step is to borrow yen and convert them into dollars. The second step is to invest those dollars into a security paying the U.S. rate. Assume the current exchange rate is 230 yen per dollar and the trader borrows 100 million yen. Once converted, the amount that he would have is:
    U.S. dollars = 100 million yen ÷ 230 = $434,782.61
    After a year invested at the 2 percent U.S. rate, the trader has:
    Ending balance = $434,782.61 x 1.02 = $443,478.2622
    Now, the trader owes the 100 million yen principal plus 0.25 percent interest for a total of:
    Amount owed = 100 million yen x 1.0025 =100.25 million yen
    If the exchange rate stays the same over the course of the year and ends at 230, the amount owed in U.S. dollars is:
    Amount owed = 100.25 million yen ÷ 230 = $435, 869.5652
    The trader profits on the difference between the ending U.S. dollar balance and the amount owed, which is:
    Profit = $443,478.2622- $435, 869.5652 = $7,608.697
    Notice that this profit is exactly the expected amount: $7,608.697 ÷ $434,782.62 = 1.75%

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usha69

  1. A compnay is defined as an artificial legal person, formed by a legal person or a group of persons to engage in or carry on a business or industrial enterprise. A company has following features: 1. Incorporated association: A company should be registered under a Companies Act for its existence. 2. ARead more

    A compnay is defined as an artificial legal person, formed by a legal person or a group of persons to engage in or carry on a business or industrial enterprise.
    A company has following features:
    1. Incorporated association: A company should be registered under a Companies Act for its existence.
    2. Artificial Legal Person: In law, a company has all the rights that a real person posseses.
    3. Separate Legal Entity: A company is liable to be its debts to creditors and can be sued for their deeds.
    4. Perpetual existence: Companys life does depend on its members life.
    5. Common Seal: As company is an artificial legal person, it uses its common seal as substitute to signature
    You can read https://www.feedough.com/what-is-a-company-meaning-types-features-of-a-company/ for better understanding of the topic.

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rayon

  1. The AER is the rate an investor can expect to earn from an investment after compounding the interest annually. In order to calculate the AER, you need to firstly, divide the gross interest rate by the number of times a year that interest is paid and then add one. After this whatever result comes putRead more

    The AER is the rate an investor can expect to earn from an investment after compounding the interest annually. In order to calculate the AER, you need to firstly, divide the gross interest rate by the number of times a year that interest is paid and then add one. After this whatever result comes put it in the power to the number of times a year that interest is paid. Lastly, subtract one from the final result and you will get the AER. The formula of AER is : (1+r/n)^n) -1
    Please watch the video below to understand it through an example.

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Maitya

  1. According to the definition on Wikipedia, "Insider trading is the trading of a public company's stock or other securities based on material, nonpublic information about the company. In various countries, some kinds of trading based on insider information is illegal." Broadly speaking, every companyRead more

    According to the definition on Wikipedia, “Insider trading is the trading of a public company’s stock or other securities based on material, nonpublic information about the company. In various countries, some kinds of trading based on insider information is illegal.” Broadly speaking, every company has its own private information on its working, planning, financing, marketing etc. This information is although not as private and safe as it might seem. Since employees who work in that organization has most of this information as they are trusted with it. When employees secretively leak this information, or we can say when an insider trade this information for his or her own profit then it is known as insider trading.

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Aakash

  1. An answer to that is both yes and no. Suffice to say, sometimes they could be paid more and sometimes less. It depends upon what type of work you are doing if you are an online blogger or developer chances are you could be making more money. Although technically they should be paid less as they don'Read more

    An answer to that is both yes and no. Suffice to say, sometimes they could be paid more and sometimes less. It depends upon what type of work you are doing if you are an online blogger or developer chances are you could be making more money. Although technically they should be paid less as they don’t have to waste their money and efforts on transportation and setting up a traditional work environment.

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rayon

  1. A good portfolio would involve a lot of variety and diversity. It could be noted that portfolio diversification which implies picking a range of assets will help to minimize your risks while maximizing your potential returns. Typically, a good investment portfolio generally includes a range of blueRead more

    A good portfolio would involve a lot of variety and diversity. It could be noted that portfolio diversification which implies picking a range of assets will help to minimize your risks while maximizing your potential returns. Typically, a good investment portfolio generally includes a range of blue chip and potential growth stocks, as well as other investments like bonds, index funds and bank accounts.

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Manushree Mishra

  1. There are a lot of intellectual property rights and to be frank that would depend upon where you are dealing them with, it depends from region to region. While these rights come in two major areas, firstly, copyright and rights related to copyright. The rights of authors of literary and artistic worRead more

    There are a lot of intellectual property rights and to be frank that would depend upon where you are dealing them with, it depends from region to region. While these rights come in two major areas, firstly, copyright and rights related to copyright. The rights of authors of literary and artistic works (such as books and other writings, musical compositions, paintings, sculpture, computer programs and films) are protected by copyright, for a minimum period of 50 years after the death of the author. The other one is industrial property rights, they are protected primarily to stimulate innovation, design and the creation of technology. In this category fall inventions (protected by patents), industrial designs and trade secrets. A functioning intellectual property regime should also facilitate the transfer of technology in the form of foreign direct investment, joint ventures and licensing.

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aashish.pahwa

If a Google employee reveals that he or she intends to leave because they have *accepted*–not received–an offer from a talent competitor like Facebook, in some cases they will be “walked off” so that they will no longer have access ...Read more

  1. I know people who left Google for Facebook, they were not walked out. Why would they be walked out of Google? Because facebook competing with Google? I have left Google twice, both times for Apple, in both cases Apple was a competing organization, in all cases I had a good talk with my managers up aRead more

    I know people who left Google for Facebook, they were not walked out. Why would they be walked out of Google? Because facebook competing with Google?

    I have left Google twice, both times for Apple, in both cases Apple was a competing organization, in all cases I had a good talk with my managers up and HR discying opportunities in Google, in both cases I was not escorted, I was given two weeks to talk more and to complete my project. I left in good terms with all my friends, managers and Google. Google is very fair organization, it treats people extremely well . I can imagine that some department might be supersecret and they will do it, but I was working for core search quality which is secretive too and I was asked to leave.

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