A sub-category dedicated to the economic crisis that has affected us all
A sub-category dedicated to the economic crisis that has affected us all
No, because it affect our economic system ,our textiles .Everyone wants to use foreign things if foreign textiles will start here then the production of foreign goods will increase and indian goods will be less demanded. So indian textile will will start to decrease .
Capital One Financial Corp received $3.56 billion in bailout money from the U.S. Treasury during the financial crisis of 2008. Capital One repaid the money with interest in less than one year. The U.S. Treasury made a profit of $252 million on the loan to Capital One.
There are two questions here: Is Obama not causing the economy to crash after letting Israel be the gangster of the Middle East? -- Yes, Obama is not causing the economy to crash. Obama has added jobs in nearly every quarter of his presidency. US GDP has had above 1.5% growth in 2010-Present. However, Israel is not "the gangster" of the Middle East. It is a state that has repeatedly wished to negotiate with its… Read More
The challenges faced by Liberians own business is lack of good policy,no implementation.
No after Americans tore it down it became the stock exchange
When we can not measure in terms of money but we can measure of level of satisfaction then it is called cardinal approach. The cardinal theory recognizes that each consumer works off of a limitation on resources, specifically a limitation on money. This resource limitation requires consumers to make utility choices with a strong consideration for price. The result is a theory that suggests that a higher quality item, or item with greater utility, will… Read More
There are certain criticisms of the dependency theory by certain scholars. Just like any other theory, dependency theory has its share of strengths and weaknesses. To start with, dependency theory has the following strengths. Firstly, the theory analyses the inequality existing between the poor and the rich countries. Moreover, the theory breaks some political bonds and explains reasons why the wealthy nations are taking advantage of the poor countries (Doukhan, 2003). Also, dependency theory dismisses… Read More
It is widely acknowledged that an economy's vulnerability to exogenous economic shocks is largely determined by its degree of exposure to the global economy i.e by its degree of economic openness (Rodrik 2010, World Bank 2010, Briguglio 2009). Market based reforms serves to open up a country's economy through the import and export markets increasing their vulnerability
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The percentage of ownership is based off of established articles of ownership accepted and comprised to base measurement. It may be calculated various ways by outright purchase by monetary measure of equity, the amount of invested amount based off of total valuation. The determinations via time/labor and work contribution values to ownership or pre-existing limited ownership rights may be established via the time/labor and work contribution values. Examples of this are simplified as follows. A… Read More
advantages of foreign trade multiplier
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The credit crunch both from the private and banking sources deter smooth flow of finance in a company and thus a hindrance in its effective growth in the long run.
The Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility is also known as the law of consumption, by which less satisfaction is derived as more units of an asset are consumed. This principle is very important in understanding value in economics.
The idea that in 2008 or other years near that date consisted to be a "Great Depression" is false. As an example, the unemployment rate in the depression of the 1930's was 25% of the workplace. Also, a stock market crash was demonstrated on several occasions in the late twenties as an example. No such fall in prices to the extent of that economically recognized "crash" happened in 2008 or years near that year. Some… Read More
It depends on what end of the financial institution you are talking about. To be an entrepreneurial, self starter mortgage broker for instance, it used to cost a $10,000 bond (which means bonded by an insurance company where you pay a monthly premium, and have sufficient net worth = $10,000 and be fiscally responsible. all you needed was $200 in some states and dependent on your credit history and financial net worth), an office space… Read More
US won't do anything to bring the miserable condition of people.She can only master feable and want states to be her sub-ordinates. she enjoys people of ethopia and other African countries starve to death but don't share their copious food resources. so to expect such kindness from a parasite.
The liberalization has taken place in the economy since 1991 as follows: 1. Freer Imports and Exports: In the pre-reform period, India's trade policy regime was complex and cumbersome. There were different categories of importers, different types of import licenses, alternate ways of importing etc. Substantial simplification and liberalisation in all these respects has been carried out in the reform period. The tariff-line wise import policy was first announced on March 31, 1996 and at… Read More
Hello, From what I know, it is: ( (Total unemployed)/(Total Employed + Total Unemployed) ) x 100% to get percentage on unemployment in a country. Of course you must know what it means to be unemployed. To be unemployed one must be able to work and actively searching for a job but not in a job. Hope I Helped
The brain behind every business is that the manager or share holders are on the profit making their aim is to make profit
the weakest point in our Indian economy is the inefficient planning. the sectors that should be focused the most are employment and agriculture and better use of our resources.
Since resources are limited,the society cannot get all the goods and services the people want.And hence some mechanisms are used to guide the use of resources in the production of goods and services to satisfy as many as people wants as possible. When the society do not know what to produce,the Production Possibility Frontier [PPF] is used to represent a boundary between those combination of goods and services which can be produced and those which… Read More
The steel industry was not as big, and less steel was produced.
Taxing the middle class is causing it to disappear because they are spending more on taxes and having less money to live on.
Many people did and still do blame President Hoover for the hard times, however this isn't always fair. He did try his best to help the citizens. Preferences § 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 - = Backspace Tab q w e r t y u i o p [ ] Return capslock a s d f g h j k l ; ' \ shift ` z x c v… Read More
Their are various layouts currently available regarding the subject matter of your question, but they are for the most part not easily accessed in any public forum, however as the noose of modern day society tightens around our fat commercial necks, all that is required, is to be sincere, humble and honest in your due diligence to achieve an accord and satisfaction being conditional of your acceptance of the truth... what is money? where does… Read More
economic theory can guide the economists to solve macroeconomic issues such as inflation, unemployment, deflationary and inflationary gaps, budget deficits etc.
cities hold such a grat potential because of job opportunities
Excessive loans issued to high risk borrowers, and federal funding for building projects that could not possibly result in a return on the investment.
It is no more than an individual in a supervisory capacity. He/she will subject financial houses to their administrative guide lines and ensure they operate in a moral and ethical way
After disasters, the crops and many other properties are destroyed at great extent. So due to the lack of ample amount of necessary goods, people increase the prices to get more profit.
Water has NOT become an economic commodity. Clean drinking water, however has become economic commodity since there is a limited supply of it available on Earth.
Yes, because the joblessness was much higher and because the Crash of the stock market in 1929 was bigger and more sudden than any downturn in our economy recently. However, many of the root causes of our current recession and the Great Depression are the same. During the Great Depression many people lost their money when the banks failed. They couldn't afford food or shelter and there was no unemployment insurance. People were desperate for… Read More
Green Revolution refers to increase in crop production.
A Huge Labor Force
Yes , because repressive governments doesn't believe in human rights. :) apex @you_CRAVE_gucci bxtches <3
Ice prices are through the roof, let me tell ya!
WHAT ARE THE LIKELY EFFECTS OF GLOBAL ECONOMIC CHANGES ON COMPANY
There are a number of disadvantages of diversification. Some of them include overuse of resources, it may affect level of production and so much more.
1. people 2. government 3. different sectors 4. market
The Great Depression hit the US in the decade following World War I. It started in August 1929 but the effects werenÕt widely felt until Black Tuesday in October 1929 when the stock market crashed.
1. Clients are conservative in their IT spending's 2. Lesser projects 3. Tighter operating margins 4. Cost cutting etc...
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No, eBay is failing due to a recent 100m fine after letting people sell pirate DVD's and fake ipods, with the crisis I would have thought people would be wanting to try sell more on it to make some money and its only 5p a listing amazwon chanrge £1.45
The inflation affects the investment indirectly when read with the return. Example if an investment provides a return of 6%, and the inflation during the same period is 5%, the investment in real terms increases only by 1% and not by 6%, as inflation eats away returns to the tune of 5%.
I think that during a recession or a depression food and water will become an issue. I think that it is something that we all need to consider, especially if you have children. I have read Simone's Survival Guide and it is really good. There is alot of good information she has put together. There is stuff about food storage, water purification and even home remedies for the kids. There is all sorts of other… Read More
diversify your portfolio and concentrate on foreign exchange trading to benefit from the leakages from capital markets to currency markets. UK may further cut rates and a further reduction in VAT will depreciate the Pound sterling and hence an opportunity to convert your pounds to dollars now. Those investors who took same step three months a go are now about thirty percent richer. DAN-SALLAU
1. Lack of Liquidity 2. Rising unemployment 3. Lower industrial output 4. Lower per capita consumption 5. Inflation is going up 6. GDP is going down etc
"I feel the USA will never fully recover, because of the permanent loss of so many basic jobs. Economists will endeavour to sugarcoat the statistics to ease the public's anxiety and distrust of bureaucratic doubletalk. So many well-educated people have been such good consumers that they have spent their future incomes on short-term technological toys, having depleted any savings set aside to carry them through tough times. Many so-called experts talk of 2010 as being… Read More
Because many people are addicted to liquor and no matter what the economic situation is, the demand for liquor would remain the same or go upwards.
hopefully I can help... The stock market woes go well beyond the demonized figure of the GOP that has been characterized over the last few years. 1. The fall has seen it's hits that included a stressed American deficit due to funds that once topped over $50 million spent per week in Iraq (that's more than what is spent on cancer research in a single year). 2. Rising gas prices due to oil speculation and… Read More
The concept of maximizing share holder wealth is a goal that encompasses everything that is expected out of a management. when would share holder wealth increase? Either by dividends or by increase in value of the shares. When can a company declare dividends or when would a company's share value increase? when its profits increase, its net sales and revenue increase etc. so indirectly by trying to achieve one goal we are attaining some other… Read More
Because of the crisis, there is lesser industrial production, therefore companies will lay off excess work force. The newpapers all over the world have been publishing headlines about large corporates firing people in thousands. This crisis will worsen the unemployment situation.
The US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline reached a high of $4.09 in July 2008.
Many people had forewarned us about the impending danger of using complex financial products like the Derivatives. Warren Buffet termed them as time bombs ready to explode. We did not listen and in the end it did blast and take us down with it...
The revenues and profits of companies have gone down due to the recession and hence they may not be able to afford incentives and fat pay hikes. that is why they haven't given them.
While there is no way to tell exactly when the crisis will end, there are some opinions and indicators to watch out for. Most believe that the Us has avoided a very serious economic collapse, but that the recession that the US is in may get deeper or be prolonged. Some things to look out for are Fed rate moves, unemployment, inventories, and the GDP. If the Fed raises interest rates, it means they are… Read More
1. Stock market crash. People loose a lot of money. 2. Business shows down. 3. Some people can't pay off their loans. There foreclosures and bankruptcies. 4. Banks have incurred huge losses. Their earnings came down. 5. Financial institutions have gone bust or have been taken over by bigger organizations 6. The housing prices have plummeted 7. The liquidity in the financial system has come down etc.
In 2007-08, the Indian rupee appreciated to around Rs.39 against the US dollar, and again plummeted to around Rs.50 by October 2009. What is the impact of the fluctuation in the rupee-dollar exchange rate on Indian industry? Give your answer with special emphasis on the export sector and IT/ITES companies. What can companies do to protect their interests in this volatile exchange rate environment? Also, explain the impact of the rupee-dollar exchange rate on inflation… Read More
because of the economy
Because our government are too afraid to stand up for themselves against America. We "assist" other countries financially without cutting back enough to cover it. We shouldn't even be lending money to anybody! I understand the treaty and all the alliances but why would we put OURSELVES in debt to help another countries crisis? Everywhere has its fair share of problems. The only thing I can tell you is that a massive eruption will be… Read More
No, it was a factor, but the main cause of WW2 was, surely, WW1.
So the amount of food, water, etc. can be even.
Entrepreneurs have the opportunity to earn high profits above and beyond most jobs available. Entrepreneurs must gage the relative opportunity cost associated with any business they pursue; opportunity cost is the cost associated with choosing one business over another. The advantages are clear; the opportunity to make more money than he otherwise would working for somebody else. Two main disadvantages are monetary risk and time it takes to start a successful business.
The collapse of the Soviet Union led to the economic crisis of 1991 in Cuba. This was due to the close ties between Cuba and the Soviet Union.
Yes! Global trade benefits U.S. consumers by giving them access to a variety of goods and services!
The main economic problem (sometimes known as The Economic Problem) is that the desire for most goods and services far exceeds the quantity available; that is, there is scarcity. For this reason, resources, goods and services are allocated based upon people's willingness and ability to pay for them (though this may vary depending on the economic system of an area/country).
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One of the main benefits is that we are addressing some of the faults in our banking system - where investors are allowed to gamble with people's money. If the gamble pays off, they get huge bonuses. If it doesn't, our money is gone. We are now paying the price. Bankers are still getting huge bonuses now, and the rioting that we see in Greece and France is not just a flash in the pan… Read More
which technological force will impact marketing in the near future
Because without the free enterpise system America would have no freedom inside their buissness and would be told how to sell it for how much and onkly sell certain things.
the world monetary system in china by 2020
Hello, I would like to ask what is the total number of Lehman Brothers total shares outstanding. The reason of this question is if it is worth it to participate in the Lehman Brothers settlement when I held only 27 shares of common stock during the class action period.
No. America MIGHT be in a recession, which is classified as two consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth (of which we now have one). As of December 1, 2008, we are officially in a recession. Two quarters, no growth. Next step.....depression.
Tons of industries lack perfect competition. Automakers, beverage bottlers, film-making, personal computer manufacturing, retailing, any utility industry (ie: gas, electric, water), high-speed internet access... the list goes on and on.
It's all about the credit crunch.
less money to spend on 4x
Poverty in the Philippines is a huge problem with many different causes. The Philippine Aid Society was founded to fight poverty in the Philippines. Its mission statement is "to provide critical goods and services to Filipinos in desperate need and where possible equip them with the means of self sustenance, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ." Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Reaction_paper_about_poverty_in_the_Philippines#ixzz285p3jCgf
A bar graph.
can you say that malthusian population theory is relevant to Nigerian,using the 2006 population census?
Domestic output, and employment falls
There are steps being taken by governments world over to resolve the crisis. the US government too is taking speedy measures to avoid a depression. I believe they will be able to come out of the crisis before a depression...
Traditionally there is no real problem when the wealthy take risks with the assets of those with litle power. If the banks were regulated they would have to be regulated by laws created by the very people that take the risks with their deposits. and that would be socialism. ANSWER That won't happen - the banks are controlled by the same people that control the lawmakers and the economy. The U.S. economy has been controlled… Read More
Not unless the root causes of the crisis are addressed. These are explained very well by U.S. Congressman Ron Paul. You find a lot of clips on YouTube concerning these issues if you search on his name. In a nutshell, the problem is that the system of banking in the U.S. has been unconstitutional since 1913. This has allowed a redistribution of wealth that has eroded both the economy and the democratic processes in this… Read More
== The combination of corporate greed and the willingness of the lawmakers to relax regulations that would have prevented some of the malpractice is to blame. It is almost (to me) like the moral compass went awry in both government and business. == It's actually larger than the corporations you usually think of. It's got to do with fiat currency, international banking, and the military industrial complex becoming stronger than the voters in the U.S… Read More
One example is the Corporate income tax which is a fixed rate at 35%.
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Yes... govt. have to some desperate steps to stop this down....but till then we have to wait and watch and keep an eye on Market updates... for stock market updates visit http://profit.ndtv.com/Markets
by dividing current year price to base year price
There are a lot of countries around the world that are dependent on the US either via exports or financial aid or any other means. Because of the recession in the US, almost every country in the world is affected. All nations economies are slowing down, their GDP is falling, unemployment is increasing etc. There is a significant and strong impact on almost all nations because of the US recession.
The problem we are experiencing is not a decrease in the money supply, but rather a rapid reduction in the money multiplier due to banks holding excess reserves. Every income bracket is experiencing a decrease in wealth, so it is false to say that someone has "made off" with the money. No. The poor have began to obtain the money of the rich and middle class through socialism and welfare. As a result, the poor… Read More
Unfortunately, the credit crisis cannot be pinned down to a single decision (or even set of decisions) by a single entity. There are various things that caused this to happen. Here is a list of some of the things people have been blaming the crises on and how American finance organizations contributed to them. Note though, that we won't know exactly what happened for many years. - Some say that lenders made loans to people… Read More
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A substitution effect only considers the change in the relative prices, this means that when one good becomes more expensive, holding everything else constant, to what degree will a person switch to the cheaper good. the substitution effect holds utility constant, in order to measure this, but utility can not stay constant because the price of one good goes up, this brings about a drop (in this case) in real income, with the drop in… Read More
challenge of globalization
You could consider the iShares Lehman Aggregate Bond Fund (AGG), an exchange traded fund (ETF) managed by Barclays that "seeks investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the total United States investment grade bond market as defined by the Lehman Brothers U.S. Aggregate Index." At 0.20%, the fund expenses are low compared to a traditional mutual fund. You can find more information on ETFs using tools… Read More
In the 1970's the United States of America experienced a severe economic crisis to due the war in Vietnam. The war effort's took a toll on the American economy as a direct result.