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Brexit on the Docket for the UK

An In/Out Referendum takes place Thursday in Britain as voters head to the polls to decide whether or not to stay or exit the European Union. If you need a brush up on the issue here’s a quick summary. As a whole economists seem to be united that the short term...

What are Financial Assets? Securities, Gains

Companies need money to spend but their money comes from more places than just profit. There are a number of methods to raise money to finance activities including the following instruments: a) Debt Securities (contracts to repay with securities) – Bonds:...

Terms and Conditions of Loans and Mortgages

Terms and Conditions of Loans and Mortgages – Excel Loans are among the most significant financial transactions involving interest. Loan represents a contract between a borrower and lender. The borrower is provided by the lender with an amount of money, which is...

National Income Accounting Explained

Including Intro to Balance of Payments Here is a brief tutorial to aid newbie economists understand the constructs behind national income accounting and balance of payments (the two are related). To do so we’ll introduce the two measures of national income which...

Top Five Analyses to Evaluate Cash Flow

Five Cash Flow Analysis Tools This post continues a discussion about cash flow, net present value, interest rates and NPV, and IRR, which you can read by clicking on the specific links. This post deals with the topic of using these tools for conduction cash flow...
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