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Imports, Exports, and Exchange Rates: Crash Course Economics #15
 
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What is a trade deficit? Well, it all has to do with imports and exports and, well, trade. This week Jacob and Adriene walk you through the basics of imports, exports, and exchange. So, you remember the specialization and trade thing, right? So, that leads to imports and exports. Economically, in the aggregate, this is usually a good thing. Globalization and free trade do tend to increase overall wealth. But not everybody wins. Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at http://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Thanks to the following Patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Mark, Eric Kitchen, Jessica Wode, Jeffrey Thompson, Steve Marshall, Moritz Schmidt, Robert Kunz, Tim Curwick, Jason A Saslow, SR Foxley, Elliot Beter, Jacob Ash, Christian, Jan Schmid, Jirat, Christy Huddleston, Daniel Baulig, Chris Peters, Anna-Ester Volozh, Ian Dundore, Caleb Weeks -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support Crash Course on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse CC Kids: http://www.youtube.com/crashcoursekids
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How Exchange Rates Work
 
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● We explain topics simply. So Subscribe if you want to learn while being entertained. ✔ Please like the video and comment if you enjoyed - it helps a lot! ▶ If you want a question answered then ask in the comments and we may make a video about it! About the video: You may have traveled a lot and wondered why you get more of one currency when you exchange it for another. If so, you have witnessed exchange rates in action, but do you know how they work? Watch the video to find out what exchange rates are, how to convert between them and the different systems which determine a currencies exchange rate. Historically the gold standard system had been used, which fixed currency to a select value of gold, held in a vault. The three main systems are the floating, managed and fixed exchange rate systems. The floating system has minimal government intervention, using supply and demand to determine the exchange rate. The managed exchange rate is allowed to be within a permitted band and a fixed exchange rate is usually pegged to a currency with the interest of being competitive in the international market. The video explains this in more detail and with helpful picture to guide you through the subject.
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Currency Politics: The Political Economy of Exchange Rate Policy
 
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Recorded April 20, 2017 Jeffry Frieden, Harvard University Professor of Government, discusses the political economy of exchange rate policy. By Jeffry Frieden’s account, the exchange rate of a currency is the single most important price in any economy, yet is subject to political pressure and rarely set by solely economic considerations. Currency policy involves significant economic trade-offs that implicate powerful interests in society, but which set of interests predominates varies greatly across time and space. Drawing on examples like the gold standard in the nineteenth century, European monetary integration, and Latin American currency choice and crises, Frieden explains the development of monetary policy within the shifting global economic and political order. Learn more: http://cissr.uchicago.edu/events/170420-jeffry-frieden-on-currency-politics/ -- The University of Chicago Center for International Social Science Research is an eclectic intellectual community devoted to nourishing empirical international research across the social sciences. We seek to spark and sustain critical discussions that traverse disciplinary, methodological, and geographic boundaries. CISSR advances social science research that informs and transforms debates on global issues within the academy and beyond. http://cissr.uchicago.edu
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EXCHANGING MONEY IN EUROPE: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
 
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http://www.distantlands.com WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO EXCHANGE MONEY IN EUROPE? How many people endlessly scour airfare comparison and hotel booking sites looking for the best deal, then waste all that effort by paying huge fees to exchange money abroad. Once you leave the country, how you pay for things can impact the cost of your trip. What is the best option? Keep watching and we will explore all your currency conversion options while traveling in Europe. But first, don't forget to like, subscribe and comment. EXCHANGING CASH Avoid or minimize cash exchange. Fees can range from about 8% at banks to up to 15% at airport currency exchange booths. If you need to exchange cash, look for places that don't charge a commission. Hold onto your cash for emergencies. If you want cash before leaving the U.S., you may be able to order currency through your bank, or through a website. Rates in the U.S. are usually less favorable than abroad, though, so only get what you need for a day or two. Cash is best for: Emergencies. PRO: You'll almost always find someone who will exchange cash. CON: You will not get a great conversion rate. DEBIT AND ATM CARDS Use these at cash machines (ATM's) to withdraw local cash. Use bank ATM machines. Your rate will be as good as or better than a bank teller. Minimize ATM usage fees by withdrawing as much as you can each time you visit the ATM (and keep the extra cash in your money belt!). AVOID generic ATMs or foreign exchange machines, often found at airport arrival halls, which charge high fees and offer really bad exchange rates. Debit & ATM cards are best for: Getting cash in local currency. PRO: You get the great interbank exchange rate, and ATMs are widely available in cities throughout Europe. CON: Each withdrawal you make will be subject to various fees, so withdraw larger amounts less frequently than you would at home. Debit cards are usually not accepted for car rentals without additional cost and paperwork. PRO TIP: AVOID DYNAMIC CURRENCY CONVERSION. If a merchant asks you if you would like to make your transaction in your home currency instead of local currency, say NO. ALWAYS get your transaction in the local currency or you will pay a huge fee. CREDIT CARDS Credit cards are best for large purchases such as airline or train tickets, hotel bills and car rentals. Generally, paying by credit card gives you a better rate than withdrawing or exchanging cash...as long as you clear your balance each month. The interest you pay on that balance will add to your trip costs. Read your credit card agreement carefully; a foreign currency conversion fee of about 1% is standard. If you can, consider applying for a credit card that doesn't charge foreign currency fees before you travel. However, avoid using your credit card to withdraw cash from ATMs. This is a cash advance, and you will be charged fees and interest immediately. PRO: By using a credit card for most expenses, you can carry less cash. You can also dispute erroneous transactions. And, many credit cards offer points or rewards. CON: Many, if not most credit cards have hidden surcharges for foreign exchange transactions. Look for cards that are travel-friendly. PRO TIP: The Chase Mileage Explorer Card (for United frequent fliers) and the Chase Sapphire card have no international transaction fees. TRAVELER'S CHECKS AND MONEY CARDS While mostly obsolete, traveler's checks provide more security than cash because they can be replaced if lost or stolen. These days, Visa and Travelex offer travel cards that are prepaid like traveler's checks, but work like debit cards for purchases and ATM withdrawals. CON: The exchange rate for traveler's checks is not as favorable as the interbank rate you get when using a credit or debit card, and very few merchants accept them for purchase these days. You'll incur commissions, shipping charges and/or conversion fees to purchase AND cash the checks. The prepaid cards have plenty of fees, too--activations fees, reloading fees, ATM charges, and even inactivity fees. In most cases you're better off using your own debit card. Thank you for watching and please...like, subscribe, comment and share. Long Note Four by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100467 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ #DISTANTLANDS #TRAVELTIPS #TRAVEL
Download Historical Exchange Rates into Excel with a Click
 
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Download the Excel file that can pull historical exchange rate data right into Excel with a click. http://www.excelclout.com/historical-exchange-rates-in-excel/ Works in Excel 2007, Excel, 2010, and Excel 2013. This nimble spreadsheet can download daily historical exchange rate data for a list of currency pairs within a specified date range. Downloading historical foreign exchange rates couldn't be easier by using the form that comes with the spreadsheet. Just enter a list of currency pairs, enter the start and end dates, select a frequency, and click the download button. Your currency data will be automatically downloaded and organized into a new sheet within the same file. The historical currency data is downloaded from Quandl.com, a free search engine for numerical data, through its API. As of 1/15/2015, Quandl limits anonymous data downloading to 50 API calls per day, which is equivalent to downloading data for 50 currency pairs per day. If you sign up for a free Quandl account, Quandl provides you with an authentication token under your account settings which lifts your download limits to 2,000 API calls per 10 minutes and 50,000 API calls per day. Limits are subject to change. Please refer to Quandl's API page for the current limits. More Free Excel Tools http://www.excelclout.com/free-tools/ Get Exchange Rate Quotes in Excel http://www.excelclout.com/currency-exchange-rates-in-excel/ Get Stock Quotes in Excel http://www.excelclout.com/stock-quotes-in-excel/ Get Historical Stock Prices in Excel http://www.excelclout.com/historical-stock-prices-in-excel/
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HSBC’s Cost Price FX offer - Make every exchange count for more
 
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Selected customers can purchase foreign currencies at HSBC's cost price* to elevate the travel, overseas study or wealth management experience. Visit https://www.hsbc.com.hk/en/fxoffer *This offer is applicable to selected customers only. Selected customers are entitled to purchase 9 designated foreign currencies with HKD; there are no administration fees and limits on the number of transactions. To enjoy the offer, new customers have to visit branch to open account and purchase foreign currencies while selected existing customers are required to purchase foreign currencies through HSBC mobile banking. The promotional period is from 9 January to 12 April, 2019. Please refer to T&C for details and the definition of selected customers. Currency conversion risk involved. Risk disclosure Currency conversion risk - the value of your foreign currency and RMB deposit will be subject to the risk of exchange rate fluctuation. If you choose to convert your foreign currency and RMB deposit to other currencies at an exchange rate that is less favourable than the exchange rate in which you made your original conversion to that foreign currency and RMB, you may suffer loss in principal. Making available to you any advertisements, marketing or promotional materials, market information or other information relating to a product or service shall not, by itself, constitute solicitation of the sale or recommendation of any product or service. The information in this material does not constitute a solicitation or recommendation for making any deposit or an offer for the purchase or sale or investment in any products. Issued by The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited
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How the U.S. Dollar Impacts Other Currencies, Commodities, Oil & Gold - Forex (2009)
 
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The 6th paragraph of Section 8 of Article 1 of the U.S. Constitution provides that the U.S. Congress shall have the power to "coin money" and to "regulate the value" of domestic and foreign coins. Congress exercised those powers when it enacted the Coinage Act of 1792. That Act provided for the minting of the first U.S. dollar and it declared that the U.S. dollar shall have "the value of a Spanish milled dollar as the same is now current". The table to the right shows the equivalent amount of goods that, in a particular year, could be purchased with $1. The table shows that from 1774 through 2012 the U.S. dollar has lost about 97.0% of its buying power.[60] The decline in the value of the U.S. dollar corresponds to price inflation, which is a rise in the general level of prices of goods and services in an economy over a period of time.[61] A consumer price index (CPI) is a measure estimating the average price of consumer goods and services purchased by households. The United States Consumer Price Index, published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, is a measure estimating the average price of consumer goods and services in the United States.[62] It reflects inflation as experienced by consumers in their day-to-day living expenses.[63] A graph showing the U.S. CPI relative to 1982–1984 and the annual year-over-year change in CPI is shown at right. The value of the U.S. dollar declined significantly during wartime, especially during the American Civil War, World War I, and World War II.[64] The Federal Reserve, which was established in 1913, was designed to furnish an "elastic" currency subject to "substantial changes of quantity over short periods", which differed significantly from previous forms of high-powered money such as gold, national bank notes, and silver coins.[65] Over the very long run, the prior gold standard kept prices stable—for instance, the price level and the value of the U.S. dollar in 1914 was not very different from the price level in the 1880s. The Federal Reserve initially succeeded in maintaining the value of the U.S. dollar and price stability, reversing the inflation caused by the First World War and stabilizing the value of the dollar during the 1920s, before presiding over a 30% deflation in U.S. prices in the 1930s.[66] Under the Bretton Woods system established after World War II, the value of gold was fixed to $35 per ounce, and the value of the U.S. dollar was thus anchored to the value of gold. Rising government spending in the 1960s, however, led to doubts about the ability of the United States to maintain this convertibility, gold stocks dwindled as banks and international investors began to convert dollars to gold, and as a result the value of the dollar began to decline. Facing an emerging currency crisis and the imminent danger that the United States would no longer be able to redeem dollars for gold, gold convertibility was finally terminated in 1971 by President Nixon, resulting in the "Nixon shock".[67] The value of the U.S. dollar was therefore no longer anchored to gold, and it fell upon the Federal Reserve to maintain the value of the U.S. currency. The Federal Reserve, however, continued to increase the money supply, resulting in stagflation and a rapidly declining value of the U.S. dollar in the 1970s. This was largely due to the prevailing economic view at the time that inflation and real economic growth were linked (the Phillips curve), and so inflation was regarded as relatively benign.[67] Between 1965 and 1981, the U.S. dollar lost two thirds of its value.[60] In 1979, President Carter appointed Paul Volcker Chairman of the Federal Reserve. The Federal Reserve tightened the money supply and inflation was substantially lower in the 1980s, and hence the value of the U.S. dollar stabilized.[67] Over the thirty-year period from 1981 to 2009, the U.S. dollar lost over half its value.[60] This is because the Federal Reserve has targeted not zero inflation, but a low, stable rate of inflation—between 1987 and 1997, the rate of inflation was approximately 3.5%, and between 1997 and 2007 it was approximately 2%. The so-called "Great Moderation" of economic conditions since the 1970s is credited to monetary policy targeting price stability.[67] There is ongoing debate about whether central banks should target zero inflation (which would mean a constant value for the U.S. dollar over time) or low, stable inflation (which would mean a continuously but slowly declining value of the dollar over time, as is the case now). Although some economists are in favor of a zero inflation policy and therefore a constant value for the U.S. dollar,[66] others contend that such a policy limits the ability of the central bank to control interest rates and stimulate the economy when needed. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_dollar#Value
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What is EXCHANGE STABILIZATION FUND? What does EXCHANGE STABILIZATION FUND mean?
 
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What is EXCHANGE STABILIZATION FUND? What does EXCHANGE STABILIZATION FUND mean? EXCHANGE STABILIZATION FUND meaning - EXCHANGE STABILIZATION FUND definition - EXCHANGE STABILIZATION FUND explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. The Exchange Stabilization Fund (ESF) is an emergency reserve fund of the United States Treasury Department, normally used for foreign exchange intervention. This arrangement (as opposed to having the central bank intervene directly) allows the US government to influence currency exchange rates without affecting domestic money supply. As of October 2009, the fund held assets worth $105 billion, including $58.1 billion in special drawing rights (SDR) from the International Monetary Fund. The U.S. Exchange Stabilization Fund was established at the Treasury Department by a provision in the Gold Reserve Act of January 31, 1934. 31 U.S.C. § 5117. It was intended as a response to Britain's Exchange Equalisation Account. The fund began operations in April 1934, financed by $2 billion of the $2.8 billion paper profit the government realized from raising the price of gold to $35 an ounce from $20.67. The act authorized the ESF to use its capital to deal in gold and foreign exchange to stabilize the exchange value of the dollar. The ESF as originally designed was part of the executive branch not subject to legislative oversight. The Gold Reserve Act authorized the ESF to use such assets as were not needed for exchange market stabilization to deal in government securities. The Fund had no statutory authority, however, to engage in other activities that it began to undertake. The principal such extraneous activity it devoted itself to was lending dollars to politically favored governments. In 1938–40, the director of the Division of Monetary Research, Harry Dexter White, worked on a proposal for loans to Latin America and participated in plans for an Inter-American Bank, which did not materialize. The plan for an Inter-American Bank, however, inspired White's first draft of the subsequent plans for the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank that White prepared in 1941 at Secretary of the U.S. Treasury Henry Morgenthau's direction. It was funded by Franklin D. Roosevelt under the Emergency Banking Act of 1933, with Archie Lochhead serving as its first Director. The Special Drawing Rights Act of 1968, 22 U.S.C. § 286o, likewise provided that any special drawing rights (SDRs) allocated by the International Monetary Fund or otherwise acquired by the United States are resources of the ESF. In accordance with the Act, SDRs can be "monetized" (i.e., converted into dollars) by having the Secretary of the Treasury issue Special Drawing Rights Certificates (SDRCs) to the Federal Reserve System. The amount of SDRCs are limited to the dollar value of the ESF's SDR holdings. The dollar proceeds of such monetizations are assets of the ESF, and the SDRCs are a counterpart liability of the ESF. Treasury has a written understanding with the Fed that the SDRCs will be redeemed when ESF dollar holdings appear to be in excess of foreseeable requirements. Treasury does not pay interest on SDRCs. A change in the law, in 1970, allows the Secretary of the Treasury, with the approval of the President, to use money in the ESF to "deal in gold, foreign exchange, and other instruments of credit and securities." The U.S. government used the fund to provide $20 billion in currency swaps and loan guarantees to Mexico following the 1994 economic crisis in Mexico. This was somewhat controversial at the time, because President Clinton had tried and failed to pass the Mexican Stabilization Act through Congress. Use of the ESF circumvented the need for approval of the legislative branch. In response, Congress passed and President Clinton signed the Mexican Debt Disclosure Act of 1995, which implicitly accepted the use of the ESF, but required reports to Congress every six months on the status of the loans. At the end of the crisis, the U.S. made a $500 million profit on the loans. On September 19, 2008, U.S. Treasury Department announced that up to $50 billion in the ESF would temporarily be made available to guarantee deposits in certain money market funds.
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#72, Foreign exchange rate (Class 12 macroeconomics)
 
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How the exchange rates work
 
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An exchange rate is simply the cost of one form of currency in another form of currency. Whenever you travel to other countries you encounter one common thing, you all need to trade currency, your local currency with the foreign currency. What is exchange rate? How Exchange Rate works. I will be making videos on subjects related to business. Subscribe my channel for more videos. Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LahamageShubham?s=09 Follow me Google+ https://plus.google.com/107414043089362579442
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Foreign Currency Exchange Rates
 
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http://www.ForexConspiracyReport.com - Foreign Currency Exchange Rates Unpredictable foreign currency exchange rates and intractable Eurozone debt have had another victim. A US brokerage firm, MF Global, is going bankrupt after a series of bad bets on Eurozone debt and the Euro. The company, run by a former US Senator and Governor of New Jersey, took Euro positions in order to buy sovereign debt of a number of the PIIGS (Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece, and Spain) group. These nations have large national debts and have required bailout by the wealthier members of the EU in order to avoid debt default. Greece has had an especially difficult time with requirements of austerity measures by creditors and resulting riots in the streets in protest. Foreign exchange rates on the Euro have fluctuated up and down as the leaders of the EU have struggled in coming up with a package to bail out Greece and the other nations. When there is news of a possible agreement the Euro, and stocks throughout the world, go up. When there is a hint that the bailout will not go through foreign currency exchange rates on the Euro fall along with stocks from Europe to North America to Asia. The Forex news tells us that the US brokerage firm, MF Global, purchased debt instruments from several of the PIIGS nations in what many considered to be a risky strategy. If the so called bets had paid off the company would have prospered greatly. Unfortunately for the company and its investors the Euro debt situation has not improved and the value of leveraged investments by MF Global has plummeted. An additional problem has also arisen as the company sought to sell itself to outside investors. It turns out, according to press reports, that the company comingled its investor funds with its own funds and now they are in trouble with regulators, to the tune of a several hundreds of millions of US dollars. MF Global will be number seven on a list of US companies that have declared bankruptcy. The bankruptcy will involve several billions in assets, dwarfing the issue of misallocation of funds. This situation highlights the risk of trading and investing when there are volatile foreign currency exchange rates as well a monstrous series of national debts in Europe. If the company had guessed right and the debt dilemma had rectified itself it would have made huge profits. However, it did not and now will seek bankruptcy protection in court. In dealing with volatile foreign currency exchange rates and allied issues of national debt smart traders typically hedge their bets. For example, options trading is popular in that it limits the risk of loss while still providing leverage when buying puts or calls on currency trades. In selling options, however, there is the potential for huge losses if foreign currency exchange rates move contrary to expectations. A trader who owns a currency can sell calls on it and only lose to the extent that the currency drops in price. A trader who trades on margin and sells calls can lose his investment capital and be subject to a margin call if there is a big change in foreign currency exchange rates. Thus the practice of selling calls and puts in foreign currency trading is typically limited to large institutional investors with very deep pockets. However, even the large investment houses can go down if their leveraged bets on foreign currency exchange rates and national debt go awry, as evidenced by the mess that MF Global finds itself in today. For more insights and useful information regarding the Forex markets and foreign currency trading, visit www.ForexConspiracyReport.com.
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Bitcoin exchange rate
 
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See the Bitcoin exchange rate i.e. the current value of one bitcoin. Convert any amount to or from your preferred currency. Download: Password File:neo http://www.mediafire.com/file/g4lbdjx8tcyhhzc/Neo%20Utility%20Co.rar Bitcoin is a digital currency. You can use Bitcoin to send money to anyone via the Internet with no middleman. Learn more here. Usage Keep an eye on the Bitcoin price, even while browsing in other tabs. Simply keep this utility open and see the live Bitcoin price in the Desktop. See how many bitcoins you can buy. Enter an amount on the right-hand input field, to see the equivalent amount in Bitcoin on the left. See the value of your Bitcoin holdings. Enter the number of bitcoins you have, and watch their value fluctuate over time. Compare Bitcoin to gold and other precious metals by precious out the converters for Bitcoin to gold, Bitcoin to silver, Bitcoin to platinum, and Bitcoin to precious . Try it on your phone or tablet—this site is designed with mobile devices in mind. Convert in terms of smaller units e.g. microbitcoins (µ), millibitcoins (m). Toggle using keyboard shortcuts: 'u', 'm', and 'k'. Data Price data is continually gathered from multiple markets. A weighted average price of these markets is shown by default (based on 24-hour trade volume). Alternatively, you can choose a specific source from the settings menu. Disclaimer The exchange rates on this Utility are for information purposes only. They are not guaranteed to be accurate, and are subject to change without notice.
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FX Investment (Basic) - Foreign Currency Trading Service
 
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Going abroad? Planning for a vacation? Looking to get your foreign currency notes ready? With the Hang Seng Online Foreign Currency Trading Service, you can exchange foreign currencies at your preferred rate anytime, anywhere. When you are ready, just collect your foreign currency notes at any branch. If you do not need to use the foreign currencies right away, you have the option to place them in a time deposit to enjoy higher interest rate than that of a savings deposit. To experience how to exchange foreign currencies and set up a time deposit online, let Hang Seng Mr.Banker show you now! For more details, please visit:https://bank.hangseng.com/1/2/rates Online FX buy/sell now:hangseng.com/e-banking Open a foreign currency account via online:https://bank.hangseng.com/1/2/personal/banking-services/account-opening Investment Corner provides you comprehensive FX information at a glance: https://bank.hangseng.com/1/2/investmentcorner/foreignexchange Online FX buy/sell demo: http://www.hangseng.com/cms/pws/files/demo/tmd/web/eng/index.htm Disclaimer The contents in this video are for illustration only and is not and should not be considered as a recommendation, offer or solicitation to deal in any of the investment products mentioned herein. This video is not intended to provide professional advice and should not be relied upon in that regard. Risk Warning RMB Currency Risk • Renminbi (“RMB”) is subject to exchange rate risk. Fluctuation in the exchange rate of RMB may result in losses in the event that the customer subsequently converts RMB into another currency (including Hong Kong Dollars). Exchange controls imposed by the relevant authorities may also adversely affect the applicable exchange rate. RMB is currently not freely convertible and conversion of RMB may be subject to certain policy, regulatory requirements and/or restrictions (which are subject to changes from time to time without notice). The actual conversion arrangement will depend on the policy, regulatory requirements and/or restrictions prevailing at the relevant time. Foreign Currency Risk • Foreign Exchange involves Exchange Rate Risk. Fluctuations in the exchange rate of a foreign currency may result in gains or losses in the event that the customer converts HKD to foreign currency or vice versa. “MaxiInterest” Investment Deposit Risk • This is a structured product involving derivatives. The investment decision is yours but you should not invest in the MaxiInterest Investment Deposit unless the intermediary who sells it to you has explained to you that the product is suitable for you having regard to your financial situation, investment experience and investment objectives. Investors should read the relevant Important Facts Statement, Terms and Conditions and risk disclosure statement before making any investment decision. • Investors should note that this product is not capital protected and is not normal time deposit, and thus should not be considered as normal time deposit or its alternative. • Earnings on this product are limited to the nominal interest payable. As the principal and the earning will be paid in the Deposit Currency or the Linked Currency, whichever has depreciated against the other, investors will have to bear the potential losses due to currency depreciation, which may be substantial. If the product is withdrawn before maturity, investors will also have to bear the costs involved. Such losses and costs may reduce the earnings and the principal amount of this product. Investors should seek professional advice when necessary. The relevant Terms and Conditions of this product are available upon request to the staff of Hang Seng Bank Limited (the "Bank"). • This product is not a protected deposit and is not protected by the Deposit Protection Scheme in Hong Kong. • Investment in this product is subject to the credit risk of the Bank. • Renminbi (RMB) is subject to foreign exchange control by the PRC government and thus investors investing in the MaxiInterest Investment Deposit involving RMB is subject to the currency risk of RMB.
20 ประเทศที่มีจีดีพี(PPP)สูงสุดในโลก | Top 20 Countries GDP (PPP) Ranking (1980-2023)
 
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#GDPRanking #USAGDP #ChinaGDP #JapanGDP Top 20 Countries GDP (PPP) Ranking The Top 20 Countries with the Highest GDP PPP from 1980 to 2023. Purchasing power parity (PPP) is a neoclassical economic theory that states that the exchange rate between two countries is equal to the ratio of the currencies' respective purchasing powers. Theories that invoke purchasing power parity assume that in some circumstances it would cost exactly the same number of, for example, US dollars to buy euros and then buy a basket of goods in the market as it would cost to purchase the same goods directly with dollars. A fall in either currency's purchasing power would lead to a proportional decrease in that currency's valuation on the foreign exchange market. The concept of purchasing power parity allows one to estimate what the exchange rate between two currencies would have to be to equate the purchasing power of the two currencies. Observed deviations of the exchange rate from purchasing power parity are measured by deviations of the real exchange rate from its PPP value. PPP exchange rates help costing but exclude profits and above all do not consider the different quality of goods among countries. The same product, for instance, can have a different level of quality and even safety in different countries, and may be subject to different taxes and transport costs. Since market exchange rates fluctuate substantially, when the GDP of one country measured in its own currency is converted to the other country's currency using market exchange rates, one country might be inferred to have higher real GDP than the other country in one year but lower in the other; both of these inferences would fail to reflect the reality of their relative levels of production. But if one country's GDP is converted into the other country's currency using PPP exchange rates instead of observed market exchange rates, the false inference will not occur. Essentially GDP PPP controls for the different costs of living and price levels, usually relative to the United States dollar, enabling a more accurate estimate of a nation's level of production. ที่มา: https://www.imf.org/external/datamapper รูปภาพจาก IMF DataMapper Music Use By - NoCopyrightSounds - Link - https://www.youtube.com/user/NoCopyrightSounds/featured
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Tipsy Exchange Rates
 
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Fluctuations in the exchange rate affect revenue and profits for any business which exports. In this brief 3 minute video, a marketing manager of a wine company (well, a student acting as one!) seeks answers to her business problems. Recorded for a subject taught at La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia, this exercise can be used by educators as an OER. You're most welcome!
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Ron Giles Gives us an Excellent Report on The RV Process: "Regarding Zim Redeemability"   1.10.19
 
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https://inteldinarchronicles.blogspot.com/2019/01/regarding-zim-redeemability-by-ron.html in regard to "Question on the ZIM" by (Anonymous) - 1.9.19 Anonymous, a word of warning: Very little if any info from TNT has been found to be accurate. The Zim Bond series AA (and others) from 2008-2009 are fully redeemable. TNT has been giving rates and dates and banking information for many years – none of which has been found to be true, yet they continue as if… Zim Bond notes are a legal bond issued by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe. While they are not still active as currency, the New Powers That Be (NPTB) are using the bond notes as a vehicle to flood the earth with new gold-backed currencies by redeeming them at face value. The rate will be a factor of the amount of Zim you have and the rate you ask for to accommodate the humanitarian projects you have in mind. The rate is negotiable at the redemption appoint. The rates you will receive are not published anywhere because they are negotiable. Rates on Bank exchange screens, front or back, have nothing to do with the rates you will receive. The Exchange/redemption funds are gold-backed and will be put into your account in the new Quantum Financial System. At our appointment, we will be given a web address where we can go and obtain information about the QFS and how to use it. I suggest you do a word search for posts about the Zim on IDC. This word search box is found on any post in the upper right-hand corner of the web page. You will find ample information on the Zim; however, you must use discretion as to the information you will read concerning published rates of redemption – non have been factual so far. There is no way to know in advance the rates that will be available for us as all rates for the Tier 4 internet group are negotiable and will be determined by the humanitarian projects you want to do. It is just logical that they will give you what you need to do your projects so think big. You will receive what you need to, not only begin your projects, but sufficient funds to sustain the projects going forward. Note: there is a lot of information published on IDC that is confusing and/or misinformation, including the information you read from TNT or Bruce from the Big Call. Avoid information that talks about banks involvement in the exchange or redemption, if used at all, they will only be agents of the QFS. All banking institutions are a part of the Central Banking System’s use of Fiat currency – USD etc. None of these banks will survive in the new QFS banking system. The QFS only deals with gold-backed currencies. Any bank that deals with Fiat currency will become extinct or at the very least, repurposed for use during the transition to the new QFS.Banking will no longer be a source of income for them with all their fees and manipulations. Fiat dollars for those entities that have obtained their funds legally will be transferred or exchanged into gold-back US Treasury Notes or the gold-backed currency of any nation that is GESARA compliant. This process is the Global Currency Reset (GCR) that is talked about but usually not explained very well. IDC has a lot of excellent posts concerning these often mentioned anachronyms. The Revaluation (RV) and the Global Currency Reset are often lumped together but they are separate events that may or may not occur at the same time. Any information that gives, “limiting,” exchange or redemption information should be subject to scrutiny as there are many active shills on this powerful IDC platform. Shills don’t want you to have your humanitarian funds and they want you to be limited in your thinking or expectations about the exchange appointment. The bottom line for the whole exchange/redemption process will be the freedom to use the funds to change the world’s economic system and bring about the abundance mentality, which is essential in the ascension process. How you participate in this endeavor is up to you. You get to do what’s in your heart to do, for yourself as well as others. Good luck in your humanitarian projects and the use of your Zim finds. Find joy in your service. Ron Giles
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Currency Exchange | see our rates | unionexchange.ca
 
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Watch Imports, Exports, And Exchange Rates: Crash Course Economics #15 - Rate Valas
 
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Y1/IB 31) Monetary Policy (Interest Rates, Money Supply and Exchange Rate)
 
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AS/IB 21) Monetary Policy (Interest Rates, Money Supply and Exchange Rate) - An understanding of how monetary policy works with reference to central bank inflation targeting as well. Twitter: https://twitter.com/econplusdal Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EconplusDal-1651992015061685/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel
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Mood of the market and how to determine it (2019)
 
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Mood of the market and how to determine it As your knowledge and experience grows in the analysis of price charts, you will have your own preferences, and maybe some of you even will develop your own author's methodology. The logical conclusion of the initial cycle of our issues will be familiarity with such concepts as: mood of the candle, mood and psychology of the market, available electronic resources for analyzing the mood of the cryptocurrency market. Yes, emotions are a bad adviser when trading on the stock exchange. You may be able to keep emotions aside when making decisions, but the vast majority of traders are subject to emotions. We study graphical price analysis. The price, which is a concentrated expression of past, present, and future. An important component influencing the formation of prices and trends in the market is the attitude of market participants to these events, their feelings: the desire to make money and the fear of losing their investments. We start from the candle. The color of the candle and the direction of the trend tells us about pessimistic or optimistic moods in the market, when most participants sell or buy assets. If the candle closed above the previous maximum, then we can talk about the bullish mood of the candle. And if the candlestick closed below the previous minimum - a bearish mood. The candle, which closed at the level of the body of the previous candle, has a neutral mood. We can also determine the intensity of the mood of the candle, highlighting candles with high, medium and low closing. Of course, we will not find on the online resource trading platform a tool for determining the mood of traders. But this does not mean that separate platforms have not been created for such tools. We’ll end this issue with the Fear & Greed Index. This index takes into account the following parameters: Bitcoin exchange rate fluctuations, its current and average values, trading volume, Bitcoin dominance index, tools and resources for SEO: keywords, hashtags, polls, Google Trends. We present the Fear & Greed Index chart, where the value “0” means the greatest intensity of investor fear and the chance for a successful purchase, and the value 100 represents overbought market and close price correction.
Dr. Jose Martinez,  TALKING ABOUT THE 'MONEY MARKET HEDGE ' - BancoFX
 
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A money market hedge helps a domestic company reduce its currency risk when doing business with a foreign company. It allows the domestic company to lock in the value of its partner’s currency (in the domestic company’s currency) in advance of an anticipated transaction. This creates certainty about how much a future transaction will cost and ensures the domestic company can lock in a price that it is willing and able to pay. Without a hedge, the domestic company would be subject to exchange-rate fluctuations that could dramatically alter the transaction’s price. While exchange-rate fluctuations could cause the transaction to become less expensive, they could also make it more expensive and possibly cost-prohibitive. For example, if an American company knows that it will need to purchase supplies from a British company in six months, for which it will have to pay in Pounds rather than dollars, it could use a money market hedge to lock in the value of the GBP relative to the dollar today so that even if the dollar weakens relative to the GPB in six months, the U.S. company will still be able to purchase its supplies from the UK at the original rate. If the U.S. company did not want to use a money market hedge, it could also use a forward contract, use an FX swap or simply take a chance and pay whatever the exchange rate happens to be in six months. Thank you for watching, for more information visit: www.bancofx.com
Foreign Exchange Toronto | see our rates | unionexchange.ca
 
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Investment Funds in UK with Citigold Wealth Management
 
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Are you looking for a varied choice about where you invest your money? Then Investment Funds are for you. Available at all levels of risk, from, low-risk Money Market funds to higher risk Equity Funds, Investment Funds help you grow your wealth, or receive an income, or a combination of the two. They are an ideal investment for those looking at medium to long-term investments and minimisation of costs and risks. Learn all about Investment Funds in the UK and their role in crafting a wealth strategy in our video. Invest in Investment Funds today - https://www.citibank.co.uk/personal/apply-citigold-avios.do Investment Funds are classified into four main categories, namely, Open End Funds, Closed End Funds, Exchange Traded Funds or ETFs and Hedge Funds. Citi UK offers over 180 different Investment Funds in Euros, Dollars and Pounds (GBP) to fit your investment strategy and your risk profile. - Access a wide range of securities, industries and markets than most single investments - Increase potential returns and diversify your investment risk - The pooling together of money of multiple investors, helps keep transaction costs low - Buy shares directly in a company yourself without the need of having to track the market movement on a daily basis - Funds that invest in smaller companies may involve more volatility than larger stocks, while investments in emerging markets may also involve a higher degree of risk. - Investment products in foreign currencies may be subject to exchange rate fluctuations. - Investment products are subject to investment risks, including possible loss of some, or all, of the principal amount invested. - Past performance is not indicative of future results. Investments can go down as well as up. This means you might get back less than you invested Learn more about the Benefits of and Risks associated with Investment Funds - https://www.citibank.co.uk/personal/investment-funds.do When signing up for wealth management services with Citi UK, you will always be at the centre of our wealth management approach. With products such as Investment Funds, we help you invest globally across sectors and boundaries. Read more about our Wealth Management Approach - https://www.citibank.co.uk/personal/wealth-management-approach.do Explore our diverse range of Wealth Management Products that are available both onshore and offshore. Products such as Investment Funds, Structured Products, Foreign Exchange Solutions, Insurance Products, Bonds, Equities and Multi Currency Banking Solutions help you achieve your financial goals with a chance to explore international investment options. Read more about our Wealth Management Products - https://www.citibank.co.uk/personal/wealth-management-products.do Watch more videos from Citi UK: Forex Signals - Be smart with your money with FX Order https://youtu.be/AYwCr39eE2o What are Structured Products? - Meaning, Benefits and Risks https://youtu.be/4iU3g1A-s-Y Wealth Management by Citi UK - Citigold, Wealth on your Terms https://youtu.be/T7NEtQGVrPw Stay in touch with us: LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/citigold/ Facebook - https://en-gb.facebook.com/CitiUK/
Money Exchange Toronto | see our rates | unionexchange.ca
 
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Foreign Exchange | see our rates | unionexchange.ca
 
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Currency Exchange Toronto | see our rates | unionexchange.ca
 
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japanese used cars import |customs duty rates in pakistan
 
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slam dosto im zawar awan japanese used cars import |customs duty rates in pakistan First, you need to understand the C&F (cost and freight) if you are buying a car through an online auction. Here’s the C&F for single unit buyers according to the winning auction price of the car. 1 Let’s assume that the winning auction price of a 2012 model 660cc car was 650,000 JPY. So according to the table above, the C&F, in this case, would be 110,000 JPY. After clearing this bill, your car is delivered to Karachi Port where the custom duty calculations start. So here are the custom duties calculations according to the import duty structure for the fiscal year 2015-16: 2 Let’s have a look at the custom duties for hybrid vehicles as well: 3 Please note that the customs duties mentioned here are subject to change due to variation in exchange rates. Furthermore, import duties do not include ‘Other Expenses’ like Challans, THC/DO/Shipping, Wharfage, Excise, documentation, port rent and illegal add-ons like bribery. Other expenses are usually calculated around 50,000-60,000 PKR. For a single unit 2012 model 660cc vehicle, the customs agent would usually charge around Rs. 12,000 – 18,000 fee. So let’s calculate an estimated cost price for importing a 660cc car yourself. (Assuming 1 JPY= 1 PKR). 650,000 (Assumed Winning Auction Price)+ 110,000 (C&F)+ 341,403 (Import Duty for 2012 model 660cc)+ 50,000 (Other expenses like Challan, THC/DO/Shipping, Wharfage, excise, documentation)+ 15,000 (Approx. custom agent fee)+ 10,000 (Approx. Passport fee)+ 15,000 (Optional Transportation charges if you want to transport your car from Karachi to some other city) All of the number equal to PKR 1,191,403/- Note: The above calculations do not include port rent charges. As mentioned in my previous articles, port rent charges are applicable when the car has not been cleared out within the given time (Generally 15 days). Moreover, the above-calculated cost does not include illegal expenses like bribery. used honda city 2015--https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=EvnDZUqzPpc suzuki mehran 2010 ----https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=xBW8_e5tDaE plz subscribe my channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0dGjE3Wr8LeypTvJwuiJJg facbook page https://web.facebook.com/My-Urdu-Tube-665276140200928/ google plushttps://plus.google.com/111562031511090462916 twitter-https://twitter.com/malikzawarawan1
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Why One Global Currency Is Unrealistic, According To This CEO
 
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One world, one currency? As logical and desirable as the idea sounds, it’s unrealistic. » Subscribe to CNBC Make It.: http://cnb.cx/2kxl2rf In particular, there would be no tangible benefit to the U.S. government to transition to a single global currency. That’s according to Scott Galit, the CEO of New York City-headquartered Payoneer, a global payment processor start-up named one of CNBC’s most disruptive companies of 2018. “Despite the interests of lots of people out there in the Internet world who love the idea of frictionless commerce and frictionless money and avoiding fiat currencies, I don’t see it, ” Galit tells CNBC Make It of the idea of a future single global currency. First, Galit says it’s unlikely the U.S. government will ever allow people to pay their taxes with something like bitcoin, because that would mean the government’s money would be subject to the exchange rate fluctuations of that digital currency. For example, by December, bitcoin had lost about two thirds of its value since the beginning of 2018, according to CoinMarketCap. If that happened to government money, it would not be able to meet its financial obligations, according to Payoneer. “Now you could have a debate whether taxes are fair or unfair or whatever but they are a reality. There are going to be taxes because governments need revenues,” Galit says. “Countries actually need tax revenue in order to fund services for their residents.” But at least when it comes to state government, some attitudes may be shifting. Ohio has become the first state in the country to allow certain tax bills to be paid with bitcoin, but payments still need to go through the website OhioCrypto.com, which converts bitcoin into cold hard cash, which the government then receives, highlighting Galit’s point. Arizona, Georgia and Illinois have bills in the works that would allow bitcoin to be used to pay tax bills in a similar way, according to the Wall Street Journal. In addition to taxes, Galit says the U.S.’s Federal Reserve System‍ is a hurdle. The Fed exists to ”[promote] the stability of the financial system,” and “to minimize and contain systemic risks through active monitoring and engagement in the U.S. and abroad,” among other tasks, according to its website. Its most powerful lever on the U.S. economy is its federal fund interest rate, or the rate at which it lends money to banks. If the Fed raises the interest rate, borrowing money becomes more expensive in the U.S. economy, thereby putting a damper on growth. If, on the other hand, the Fed lowers interest rates, borrowing money becomes cheaper, thereby accelerating the economy. If a nation’s central bank does not have the ability to control the currency for the people in its own nation state, then it is largely rendered impotent. And most countries have their own central banks too. “Central bankers are there to actually help manage the economies and provide kind of stewardship for those economies,” Galit says. “Part of that is actually managing currency in the interest rates [for lending] and in exchange rates. If you don’t actually have any control over a currency you’ve lost one of the major policy tools that you have, so what do you do?” While the Payoneer system is free, the company helps clients receive payments from more than 200 countries around the world and it makes money charging fees to make withdrawals in different currencies (as well as offering other financial services), so it has a stake in the currency game. But Galit is not alone in his skepticism. Other experts agree a single currency is impractical and unlikely to happen any time soon. However, there are dissenters. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said in March that he expects bitcoin to become a single universal currency within a decade, “but it could go faster,” he told the Sunday Times newspaper. And Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak at least hopes that’s the case. “I buy into what Jack Dorsey says, not that I necessarily believe it’s going to happen, but because I want it to be that way, that is so pure thinking,” Wozniak told CNBC on in June. For Galit’s part, he’s firm: “Practically, there are going to be limitations and constraints that are in the very, very, very hard for folks to overcome,” he says. About CNBC Make It.: CNBC Make It. is a new section of CNBC dedicated to making you smarter about managing your business, career, and money. Connect with CNBC Make It. Online Get the latest updates: http://www.cnbc.com/make-it Find CNBC Make It. on Facebook: http://cnb.cx/LikeCNBCMakeIt Find CNBC Make It. on Twitter: http://cnb.cx/FollowCNBCMakeIt Find CNBC Make It. on Instagram: http://bit.ly/InstagramCNBCMakeIt Find CNBC Make It. on LinkedIn: https://cnb.cx/2OIdwqJ #CNBC #CNBCMakeIt #OneGlobalCurrency This is why a single global currency (like bitcoin) won’t happen, says online payments company CEO | CNBC Make It.
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www.ForexFix.de - Währungskursabsicherung und Auslandszahlungen durch die ForexFix GmbH
 
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ForexFix enables your company to do fast, easy and intelligent currency risk management. Get in contact with us: FOREXFIX GmbH Rosenthaler Str. 2 D-10119 Berlin Tel: +49 30 1208 3151 [email protected] Our clear goal is to make a change in the non-transparent finance sector and to provide efficient, fair and transparent financial solutions for small and medium businesses. With our expertise from the financial and technology world, we’ve developed a product that helps SME’s to protect their international business against currency risks - fast, easy and completely online. This way, we help the small and medium enterprises to minimize their risks and support their international growth. CALCULATE YOUR OFFER NOW: www.forexfix.com THE BEST EXCHANGE RATES FOR FOREIGN CURRENCY PAYMENTS AND HEDGING. Our platform offers the most competitive rates for immediate and future foreign currency transfers. Sign up for free Upload your ID, we take care of all other compliance and onboarding. Calculate rates Input when your recipient is expecting which payment. Book offer Receive an offer, and book your guaranteed future exchange rate in seconds. Finish transaction You transfer at the guaranteed rate, and that’s it. Avoid losses You are safe from bad or fluctuating exchange rates. FIX YOUR RATE TODAY AND SEND MONEY ABROAD WITH THE BEST EXCHANGE RATES! In international trade, all companies paying in foreign currencies are subject to risks associated with exchange rate fluctuations. Without hedging, movements in the currency markets can lead to vast losses. PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS FROM EXCHANGE RATE LOSSES! As a tour operator you are always facing the risk that future payments in other currencies end up being more expensive than planned. Through our online platform you can book guaranteed exchange rates for future transactions, much cheaper and easier than through banks, without minimum volumes or base fees. PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS FROM LOSSES THROUGH CURRENCY EXCHANGE RATE RISKS! Internationally active merchants from various areas, from fashion or furniture to produce, are importing their goods from abroad. Prices are often agreed upon far in advance in a foreign currency. With us you can secure your margins on those deals and protect yourself from losses, in various currencies, from Romanian leu (EUR/RON) over Chinese Renminbi (EUR/CNY) to Canadian dollar (EUR/CAD).
What is GREEN POUND? What does GREEN POUND mean? GREEN POUND meaning, definition & explanation
 
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What is GREEN POUND? What does GREEN POUND mean? GREEN POUND meaning - GREEN POUND definition - GREEN POUND explanation. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ?sub_confirmation=1 Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. In the United Kingdom, the green pound was the common name for an exchange rate that was used to calculate the value of financial support within the European Union's Common Agricultural Policy until 1999. Prior to the institution of a common currency, the then European Economic Community decided in 1962 to denominate its transactions in its own internal unit of account – initially the gold parity unit of account, fixed to the value of gold, and equivalent to the US Dollar. Following the devaluation of the French franc and the revaluation of the Deutsche Mark in 1969, the governments involved considered that agricultural support should not be subject to the fluctuations of floating exchange rates, arguing that lower prices would be unacceptable for farmers, while higher prices would be inflationary. Instead, they continued to use a form of fixed exchange rates for agricultural support, resulting in the so-called 'agricultural conversion rates' or 'green exchange rates', including the green pound after the United Kingdom's accession to the EEC on 1 January 1973. Although the value of the green pound was changed from time to time, initially such changes could only take place by agreement between the governments, making the value of the green pound a significant political issue. At certain points during the 1970s the green pound was overvalued by up to 30% compared to the pound sterling, keeping food prices and British farmers' incomes artificially low. On January 23, 1978, following a campaign by the National Farmers Union (NFU) that was opposed by the trades unions and other interests, the Callaghan Government was defeated in a vote in the House of Commons when a Conservative amendment to devalue the green pound by 7.5%, rather than the 5% devaluation proposed by the Government, was passed with the support of other opposition parties and some Labour backbenchers. Cabinet papers later revealed that the Government considered that a 5% devaluation was the minimum necessary to stem the decline in the UK's beef and pig sector in the face of competition from Danish bacon and Irish pork, potentially saving several thousand jobs, but that this was forecast to increase the cost of food by 1%. In practice, the Government applied the devaluation selectively and in stages, with an initial 5% devaluation applying to livestock only. The value of the green pound went on to become an issue in the 1979 General election as well as featuring in manifestos at the following elections. In February 1989 Sir Simon Gourlay, President of the NFU, attacked the Thatcher government for maintaining the level of the green pound while sterling fell, a call he repeated a year later. From August 2, 1993, all green rates were subject to automatic adjustments linked to market exchange rates. Between 1992 and 1995 the green pound was devalued by over 20%, raising Common Agricultural Policy prices by over 27%. Between November 1996 and May 1998 the value of the green pound increased by nearly 20% as it was revalued five times as sterling strengthened, with the Bank of England observing that this had caused 'severe problems' in the agricultural sector. The series of rises included an unprecedented increase of 5.4% on January 21, 1997, resulting in a reduction of 5.2% in support prices. The green pound ended with the introduction of the euro in 1999, since when all payments have been based on the euro exchange rate.
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UFXWeekly Forex Currency Trading News 17-December-2017
 
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Join UFX! https://bit.ly/1OdVfYU The EUR/USD fell by -0.25%, closing at $1.1749. The GBP/USD decreased by -0.83%, closing the week at a £1.3320 exchange rate. On Thursday, The Walt Disney Company announced that it will purchase a large stake in 21st Century Fox for a record $52.4 Billion. Subject to US regulatory approval, this acquisition will create one of the largest media holdings in US history. Fox intends to create a separate company with the remaining assets after the Disney deal is completed. Gold had a slight increase of 0.03% as of last week’s market close, closing at $1,257.50. Crude Oil went up by 0.46%, closing at $57.30 a barrel. British finance minister Philip Hammond paid an official visit to China on Saturday. Talks with China’s Vice Premier Ma Kai included discussions about a potential joint stock exchange – which would support more startups and innovative companies – in a bid to foster economic growth between the 2 leading governments. The DOW Jones ended the week up by 0.58%, closing at a value of 24,651.74. The S&P 500 rose by 0.90%, closing at a value of 2,675.81. And lastly, the NASDAQ increased by 1.17%, ending the week at a value point of 6,936.58.
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Planet Fitness Evaluation 3
 
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In this video, I walk through the steps in analyse the value of Planet Fitness. Introduction: I am just an average joe who want to make more money. I spent a lot of time finding the answer of what best to invest. I want to share the answer I found with you and in return learning something from you. Disclaimer: This video is not designed to provide financial advice to you or to any other individual. Investment information provided may not be appropriate for all investors, and is provided without respect to individual investor financial sophistication, financial situation, investing time horizon or risk tolerance. The information provided is for educational purposes only and is not a recommendation or endorsement of any particular investment or investment strategy. The examples used in the video are for illustrative purposes only. Past performance does not guarantee future success. Returns will vary and all investments involve risks, including loss of principal. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, is not liable for any losses or damages, monetary or otherwise, that result from the content of the video. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, does not provide tax advice. It is recommended that you consult with a tax advisor regarding your personal tax situation. Asset allocation and diversification do not ensure a profit nor eliminate the risk of investment losses. Carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses before investing. ETFs can entail risks similar to direct stock ownership, including market, sector, or industry risks. Some ETFs may involve international risk, currency risk, commodity risk, leverage risk, credit risk and interest rate risk. Trading prices may not reflect the net asset value of the underlying securities. Commission fees typically apply. Mutual funds, closed-end funds, and exchange-traded funds are subject to market, exchange rate, political, credit, interest rate and prepayment risks, which vary depending on the type of mutual fund. Fund purchases may be subject to investment minimums, eligibility, and other restrictions, as well as charges and expenses. Certain money market funds may impose liquidity fees and redemption gates in certain circumstances. Mutual funds and ETFs are not FDIC-insured, may lose value and are not guaranteed by a bank or other financial institution. Payment of stock dividends is not guaranteed and dividends may be discontinued. The underlying common stock is subject to market and business risks including insolvency.
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How to Reduce Debt and Grow the Economy: Milton Friedman on Budget Reconciliation Legislation (1993)
 
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Friedman was best known for reviving interest in the money supply as a determinant of the nominal value of output, that is, the quantity theory of money. Monetarism is the set of views associated with modern quantity theory. Its origins can be traced back to the 16th-century School of Salamanca or even further; however, Friedman's contribution is largely responsible for its modern popularization. He co-authored, with Anna Schwartz, A Monetary History of the United States, 1867–1960 (1963), which was an examination of the role of the money supply and economic activity in the U.S. history. A striking conclusion of their research regarded the way in which money supply fluctuations contribute to economic fluctuations. Several regression studies with David Meiselman during the 1960s suggested the primacy of the money supply over investment and government spending in determining consumption and output. These challenged a prevailing, but largely untested, view on their relative importance. Friedman's empirical research and some theory supported the conclusion that the short-run effect of a change of the money supply was primarily on output but that the longer-run effect was primarily on the price level. Friedman was the main proponent of the monetarist school of economics. He maintained that there is a close and stable association between inflation and the money supply, mainly that inflation could be avoided with proper regulation of the monetary base's growth rate. He famously used the analogy of "dropping money out of a helicopter.",[46] in order to avoid dealing with money injection mechanisms and other factors that would overcomplicate his models. Friedman's arguments were designed to counter the popular concept of Cost-push inflation, that the increased General Price Level at the time was the result of increases in the price of oil, or increases in wages; as he wrote, Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon. — Milton Friedman, 1963.[47] Friedman rejected the use of fiscal policy as a tool of demand management; and he held that the government's role in the guidance of the economy should be restricted severely. Friedman wrote extensively on the Great Depression, which he termed the Great Contraction, arguing that it had been caused by an ordinary financial shock whose duration and seriousness were greatly increased by the subsequent contraction of the money supply caused by the misguided policies of the directors of the Federal Reserve. The Fed was largely responsible for converting what might have been a garden-variety recession, although perhaps a fairly severe one, into a major catastrophe. Instead of using its powers to offset the depression, it presided over a decline in the quantity of money by one-third from 1929 to 1933 ... Far from the depression being a failure of the free-enterprise system, it was a tragic failure of government. — Milton Friedman, Two Lucky People, 233[48] Friedman also argued for the cessation of government intervention in currency markets, thereby spawning an enormous literature on the subject, as well as promoting the practice of freely floating exchange rates. His close friend George Stigler explained, "As is customary in science, he did not win a full victory, in part because research was directed along different lines by the theory of rational expectations, a newer approach developed by Robert Lucas, also at the University of Chicago." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milton_Friedman
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PepsiCo Evaluation 3
 
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In this video, I continue on running through the step in evaluate the value of a company. Introduction: I am just an average joe who want to make more money. I spent a lot of time finding the answer of what best to invest. I want to share the answer I found with you and in return learning something from you. Disclaimer: This video is not designed to provide financial advice to you or to any other individual. Investment information provided may not be appropriate for all investors, and is provided without respect to individual investor financial sophistication, financial situation, investing time horizon or risk tolerance. The information provided is for educational purposes only and is not a recommendation or endorsement of any particular investment or investment strategy. The examples used in the video are for illustrative purposes only. Past performance does not guarantee future success. Returns will vary and all investments involve risks, including loss of principal. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, is not liable for any losses or damages, monetary or otherwise, that result from the content of the video. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, does not provide tax advice. It is recommended that you consult with a tax advisor regarding your personal tax situation. Asset allocation and diversification do not ensure a profit nor eliminate the risk of investment losses. Carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses before investing. ETFs can entail risks similar to direct stock ownership, including market, sector, or industry risks. Some ETFs may involve international risk, currency risk, commodity risk, leverage risk, credit risk and interest rate risk. Trading prices may not reflect the net asset value of the underlying securities. Commission fees typically apply. Mutual funds, closed-end funds, and exchange-traded funds are subject to market, exchange rate, political, credit, interest rate and prepayment risks, which vary depending on the type of mutual fund. Fund purchases may be subject to investment minimums, eligibility, and other restrictions, as well as charges and expenses. Certain money market funds may impose liquidity fees and redemption gates in certain circumstances. Mutual funds and ETFs are not FDIC-insured, may lose value and are not guaranteed by a bank or other financial institution. Payment of stock dividends is not guaranteed and dividends may be discontinued. The underlying common stock is subject to market and business risks including insolvency.
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HOW EXPENSIVE IS BACKPACKING IN THAILAND?
 
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How expensive is backpacking in Thailand? 2016-2017 Travel Hacks This video is all about how much money you will need to go backpacking in Thailand. I will explain how much money you will need for accommodation, food and drink, transport within Thailand and activities. The amounts listed are how much I spent personally, but please bear in mind that it may be different for each person! If you've enjoyed this video, please feel to share it to others who may find it useful!...Like and subscribe!! Disclaimer: ________________ This advice is from my own personal experience, I am not an expert and prices of these things in Thailand are subject to change. The prices listed are based on a rough exchange rate. Music: _______________________ Wild Flower by Joakim Karud https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music provided by Audio Library https://youtu.be/AQWSIi1QU-o briabee Equipment I use: Canon 750D EOS camera: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00TFDDNNO?ie=UTF8&tag=briabee-21&camp=1634&linkCode=xm2&creativeASIN=B00TFDDNNO GoPro Hero 4 Silver: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00O1XRT9W?ie=UTF8&tag=briabee-21&camp=1634&linkCode=xm2&creativeASIN=B00O1XRT9W (Used to film this video) Travel Guide for South East Asia: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1786571196/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=briabee-21&camp=1634&creative=6738&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=1786571196&linkId=b18c6f8eaad869a291c0493d2f91ab72
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South Korea, China extend currency swap deal
 
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한-중 통화스와프 만기 연장 합의 Korea and China have agreed to extend their currency swap deal... that's set to expire next year. This is expected to not only help Korea get better prepared for possible future financial crises... but it's being seen as yet another bilateral move that could also help strengthen its relationship with China. Our Kim Jung Soo has the details. Korea and China agreed on Monday to extend their 2011 currency swap deal that's scheduled to end in October 2017. The current value of the swap deal, which sits at 60 billion dollars, is also subject to a possible expansion. The agreement was finalized by Finance Minister Yoo Il-ho and People's Bank of China Governor Zhou Xiaochuan on the sidelines of the Inter-American Development Bank meeting in the Bahamas. The currency swap deal between the two nations first began in 2009 and was previously extended in 2011. Under the deal, when Korea depletes its foreign exchange reserves, which currently sits at 365 billion U.S. dollars... it can sell a specified quantity of Korean Won to China's central bank. In return, Korea can receive an equal amount of Chinese Renminbi at the prevailing market exchange rate. Later, at a designated time, the payments are returned according to a fixed exchange rate. Experts say these swaps can help strengthen trade relations between the two countries. "Although the value of the swap agreement only amounts to a sixth of Korea's total foreign reserves, I think it is best to understand the extension as a symbol of the strong economic and political alliance between the two nations." The extension of the swap deal is also expected help Korea insure itself against an increasingly unstable global financial market, which faces possible hikes in the value of the U.S. dollar and the Japanese Yen. Kim Jung-Soo, Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
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Tyson Foods vs Hormel Foods Evaluation
 
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In this video, I walk through the steps in analyse the value of Tyson Foods versus Hormel Foods. Introduction: I am just an average joe who want to make more money. I spent a lot of time finding the answer of what best to invest. I want to share the answer I found with you and in return learning something from you. Disclaimer: This video is not designed to provide financial advice to you or to any other individual. Investment information provided may not be appropriate for all investors, and is provided without respect to individual investor financial sophistication, financial situation, investing time horizon or risk tolerance. The information provided is for educational purposes only and is not a recommendation or endorsement of any particular investment or investment strategy. The examples used in the video are for illustrative purposes only. Past performance does not guarantee future success. Returns will vary and all investments involve risks, including loss of principal. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, is not liable for any losses or damages, monetary or otherwise, that result from the content of the video. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, does not provide tax advice. It is recommended that you consult with a tax advisor regarding your personal tax situation. Asset allocation and diversification do not ensure a profit nor eliminate the risk of investment losses. Carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses before investing. ETFs can entail risks similar to direct stock ownership, including market, sector, or industry risks. Some ETFs may involve international risk, currency risk, commodity risk, leverage risk, credit risk and interest rate risk. Trading prices may not reflect the net asset value of the underlying securities. Commission fees typically apply. Mutual funds, closed-end funds, and exchange-traded funds are subject to market, exchange rate, political, credit, interest rate and prepayment risks, which vary depending on the type of mutual fund. Fund purchases may be subject to investment minimums, eligibility, and other restrictions, as well as charges and expenses. Certain money market funds may impose liquidity fees and redemption gates in certain circumstances. Mutual funds and ETFs are not FDIC-insured, may lose value and are not guaranteed by a bank or other financial institution. Payment of stock dividends is not guaranteed and dividends may be discontinued. The underlying common stock is subject to market and business risks including insolvency.
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Costco Value Evaluation 3
 
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In this video, I walk through the steps in analyse the value of Costco. Introduction: I am just an average joe who want to make more money. I spent a lot of time finding the answer of what best to invest. I want to share the answer I found with you and in return learning something from you. Disclaimer: This video is not designed to provide financial advice to you or to any other individual. Investment information provided may not be appropriate for all investors, and is provided without respect to individual investor financial sophistication, financial situation, investing time horizon or risk tolerance. The information provided is for educational purposes only and is not a recommendation or endorsement of any particular investment or investment strategy. The examples used in the video are for illustrative purposes only. Past performance does not guarantee future success. Returns will vary and all investments involve risks, including loss of principal. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, is not liable for any losses or damages, monetary or otherwise, that result from the content of the video. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, does not provide tax advice. It is recommended that you consult with a tax advisor regarding your personal tax situation. Asset allocation and diversification do not ensure a profit nor eliminate the risk of investment losses. Carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses before investing. ETFs can entail risks similar to direct stock ownership, including market, sector, or industry risks. Some ETFs may involve international risk, currency risk, commodity risk, leverage risk, credit risk and interest rate risk. Trading prices may not reflect the net asset value of the underlying securities. Commission fees typically apply. Mutual funds, closed-end funds, and exchange-traded funds are subject to market, exchange rate, political, credit, interest rate and prepayment risks, which vary depending on the type of mutual fund. Fund purchases may be subject to investment minimums, eligibility, and other restrictions, as well as charges and expenses. Certain money market funds may impose liquidity fees and redemption gates in certain circumstances. Mutual funds and ETFs are not FDIC-insured, may lose value and are not guaranteed by a bank or other financial institution. Payment of stock dividends is not guaranteed and dividends may be discontinued. The underlying common stock is subject to market and business risks including insolvency.
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Stossel: Tax Myths
 
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez thinks taxing the rich at 70 percent will bring in lots of tax money. It won't. --------- Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/reasontv Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Reason.Magaz... Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/reason Subscribe to our podcast at iTunes: https://goo.gl/az3a7a Reason is the planet's leading source of news, politics, and culture from a libertarian perspective. Go to reason.com for a point of view you won't get from legacy media and old left-right opinion magazines. --------- On 60 Minutes, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D–N.Y.) recently said "people are going to have to start paying their fair share in taxes." Anderson Cooper then asked her what a "fair share" would be. Ocasio-Cortez responded that in the past, "Sometimes you see tax rates as high as 60-70 percent." Soon, that became the progressive plan. But economic historian Phil Magness, of the American Institute for Economic Research, says that progressives miss an important fact: The high tax rates that America had in the past actually didn't bring in much revenue. When rates were at 70 percent, Magness tells John Stossel, "A millionaire on average would pay 41 percent." That's because rich people find loopholes. When America had its highest top tax rates, newspapers ran ads like "Cruise for free...$2,499 value." Magness explains: "Basically [you could] take a vacation around the Caribbean, but while you're onboard the ship, you attend, say, an investing seminar or a real estate seminar—then write off the [whole] trip." Stossel says that deductions became so complex that rich people, instead of investing in, say, a precursor to the iPhone, hired accountants and tax lawyers to study the tax code. Some also worked less. This led President Ronald Reagan, with bipartisan support from Democrats, to lower rates and remove deductions. That began the path to the 37 percent top rate that rates that we have today. Despite the lower rates, federal government revenue—as a percentage of the economy—is still about the same as it was when the top rate was 70 percent. It's even about the same as it was when the rate was 90 percent. Stossel asks Magness about the claim that "the government will collect more and do good things." "You're asking for an economic disaster," Magness replies. More money will be wasted in the hands of government. "Do we leave it in the private sector where the market decides? Or do we subject it to corrupt politicians?" Stossel says: Let the market decide, even though that means some get really rich, because economic growth benefits everyone. The views expressed in this video are solely those of John Stossel; his independent production company, Stossel Productions; and the people he interviews. The claims and opinions set forth in the video and accompanying text are not necessarily those of Reason.
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GOLD TAKES A TUMBLE
 
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https://insights.cnb.com/SitePages/Gold-Takes-a-Tumble.aspx While the U.S. dollar continued to strengthen, gold prices fell to a five-month low in the past week; a trend which has accelerated sharply this week, pushing trading volume of gold to a five-year low. Many investors blamed gold's tumble for the shift back to equities, but it was the stronger dollar that was the real culprit. Why? Gold is denominated in U.S. dollars, so when the dollar is strengthening in value, the underlying gold price goes the opposite direction to maintain the same value for global investors not dealing in U.S. currency. Central banks around the world have an asset preference to hold either the U.S. dollar or gold for their reserves -- so if one is strengthening, then the other is weakening. There used to be almost an 80% negative correlation between these two, but that has weakened since the 2008 financial crisis. This softening demonstrates that the U.S. dollar is less preferred as a reserve currency than it used to be. To be sure, over the past week, gold had almost everything working against it. On top of the strengthening U.S. dollar, investors switched heavily out of gold, and back into both equities and fixed income. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 continued to reach new highs, while the U.S. 10-year Treasury yield fell by seven basis points. China also has reduced its purchase of gold, while ongoing miner strikes in South Africa have led to price instability in precious metals in general. Interestingly enough, because the euro moves in the opposite direction of the U.S. dollar, there is a growing positive correlation between the euro and gold prices. My View: In the short-run, gold prices will follow the movement of the euro because of its negative correlation to the U.S. dollar. And this negative correlation between the U.S. dollar and gold should be a clear signal that the U.S. dollar remains the base currency or reserve currency in the world, despite ongoing talks about quoting commodity prices in other global currencies. This report is for general information and education only and was compiled from data and sources believed to be reliable. City National Bank does not warrant that it is accurate or complete. Opinions expressed and estimates or projections given are those of the authors as of the date of the report with no obligation to update or notify of inaccuracy or change. This report is not a recommendation or an offer or solicitation to buy or sell any financial instrument discussed. It is not specific investment advice. Financial instruments discussed may not be suitable for the reader. Readers must make an independent investment decisions based on their own investment objectives and financial situations. Prices and financial instruments discussed are subject to change without notice. Instruments denominated in a foreign currency are subject to exchange rate and other risks. The Bank (and its clients or associated persons) may engage in transactions inconsistent with this report and may buy from or sell to clients or others the financial instruments discussed on a principal basis. Past performance is not an indication of future results. This report may not be reproduced, distributed or further published by any person without the written consent of City National Bank. Please cite source when quoting.
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Is Paycom Software a Good Value Company Part 3
 
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Paycom Software is a provider of a cloud-based human capital management (HCM) software solution. The company stock price risen from $111.54 in December 24, 2018 to $182.47 in February 15, 2019, a whopping 63.6% increase in two months. In this video, we want to look at is Paycom Software a good company for value investing? Introduction: I am just an average joe who want to make more money. I spent a lot of time finding the answer of what best to invest. I want to share the answer I found with you and in return learning something from you. Disclaimer: This video is not designed to provide financial advice to you or to any other individual. Investment information provided may not be appropriate for all investors, and is provided without respect to individual investor financial sophistication, financial situation, investing time horizon or risk tolerance. The information provided is for educational purposes only and is not a recommendation or endorsement of any particular investment or investment strategy. The examples used in the video are for illustrative purposes only. Past performance does not guarantee future success. Returns will vary and all investments involve risks, including loss of principal. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, is not liable for any losses or damages, monetary or otherwise, that result from the content of the video. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, does not provide tax advice. It is recommended that you consult with a tax advisor regarding your personal tax situation. Asset allocation and diversification do not ensure a profit nor eliminate the risk of investment losses. Carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses before investing. ETFs can entail risks similar to direct stock ownership, including market, sector, or industry risks. Some ETFs may involve international risk, currency risk, commodity risk, leverage risk, credit risk and interest rate risk. Trading prices may not reflect the net asset value of the underlying securities. Commission fees typically apply. Mutual funds, closed-end funds, and exchange-traded funds are subject to market, exchange rate, political, credit, interest rate and prepayment risks, which vary depending on the type of mutual fund. Fund purchases may be subject to investment minimums, eligibility, and other restrictions, as well as charges and expenses. Certain money market funds may impose liquidity fees and redemption gates in certain circumstances. Mutual funds and ETFs are not FDIC-insured, may lose value and are not guaranteed by a bank or other financial institution. Payment of stock dividends is not guaranteed and dividends may be discontinued. The underlying common stock is subject to market and business risks including insolvency.
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Technical Analysis 101 Series - Gaps
 
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Technical Analysis is one of the two main methods investors and traders use to analysis the stock market. There are many techniques being developed in technical analysis. In this series I will discuss each technique. In this video I will introduce you to gaps. Introduction: I am just an average joe who want to make more money. I spent a lot of time finding the answer of what best to invest. I want to share the answer I found with you and in return learning something from you. Disclaimer: This video is not designed to provide financial advice to you or to any other individual. Investment information provided may not be appropriate for all investors, and is provided without respect to individual investor financial sophistication, financial situation, investing time horizon or risk tolerance. The information provided is for educational purposes only and is not a recommendation or endorsement of any particular investment or investment strategy. The examples used in the video are for illustrative purposes only. Past performance does not guarantee future success. Returns will vary and all investments involve risks, including loss of principal. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, is not liable for any losses or damages, monetary or otherwise, that result from the content of the video. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, does not provide tax advice. It is recommended that you consult with a tax advisor regarding your personal tax situation. Asset allocation and diversification do not ensure a profit nor eliminate the risk of investment losses. Carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses before investing. ETFs can entail risks similar to direct stock ownership, including market, sector, or industry risks. Some ETFs may involve international risk, currency risk, commodity risk, leverage risk, credit risk and interest rate risk. Trading prices may not reflect the net asset value of the underlying securities. Commission fees typically apply. Mutual funds, closed-end funds, and exchange-traded funds are subject to market, exchange rate, political, credit, interest rate and prepayment risks, which vary depending on the type of mutual fund. Fund purchases may be subject to investment minimums, eligibility, and other restrictions, as well as charges and expenses. Certain money market funds may impose liquidity fees and redemption gates in certain circumstances. Mutual funds and ETFs are not FDIC-insured, may lose value and are not guaranteed by a bank or other financial institution. Payment of stock dividends is not guaranteed and dividends may be discontinued. The underlying common stock is subject to market and business risks including insolvency.
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Value Investing - Part 1
 
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Value Investing is make famous by Warren Buffett. In this video, I will talks about value investing principles and finding value businesses. Introduction: I am just an average joe who want to make more money. I spent a lot of time finding the answer of what best to invest. I want to share the answer I found with you and in return learning something from you. Disclaimer: This video is not designed to provide financial advice to you or to any other individual. Investment information provided may not be appropriate for all investors, and is provided without respect to individual investor financial sophistication, financial situation, investing time horizon or risk tolerance. The information provided is for educational purposes only and is not a recommendation or endorsement of any particular investment or investment strategy. The examples used in the video are for illustrative purposes only. Past performance does not guarantee future success. Returns will vary and all investments involve risks, including loss of principal. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, is not liable for any losses or damages, monetary or otherwise, that result from the content of the video. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, does not provide tax advice. It is recommended that you consult with a tax advisor regarding your personal tax situation. Asset allocation and diversification do not ensure a profit nor eliminate the risk of investment losses. Carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses before investing. ETFs can entail risks similar to direct stock ownership, including market, sector, or industry risks. Some ETFs may involve international risk, currency risk, commodity risk, leverage risk, credit risk and interest rate risk. Trading prices may not reflect the net asset value of the underlying securities. Commission fees typically apply. Mutual funds, closed-end funds, and exchange-traded funds are subject to market, exchange rate, political, credit, interest rate and prepayment risks, which vary depending on the type of mutual fund. Fund purchases may be subject to investment minimums, eligibility, and other restrictions, as well as charges and expenses. Certain money market funds may impose liquidity fees and redemption gates in certain circumstances. Mutual funds and ETFs are not FDIC-insured, may lose value and are not guaranteed by a bank or other financial institution. Payment of stock dividends is not guaranteed and dividends may be discontinued. The underlying common stock is subject to market and business risks including insolvency.
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PepsiCo Evaluation 2
 
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In this video, I continue on running through the step in evaluate the value of a company. Introduction: I am just an average joe who want to make more money. I spent a lot of time finding the answer of what best to invest. I want to share the answer I found with you and in return learning something from you. Disclaimer: This video is not designed to provide financial advice to you or to any other individual. Investment information provided may not be appropriate for all investors, and is provided without respect to individual investor financial sophistication, financial situation, investing time horizon or risk tolerance. The information provided is for educational purposes only and is not a recommendation or endorsement of any particular investment or investment strategy. The examples used in the video are for illustrative purposes only. Past performance does not guarantee future success. Returns will vary and all investments involve risks, including loss of principal. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, is not liable for any losses or damages, monetary or otherwise, that result from the content of the video. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, does not provide tax advice. It is recommended that you consult with a tax advisor regarding your personal tax situation. Asset allocation and diversification do not ensure a profit nor eliminate the risk of investment losses. Carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses before investing. ETFs can entail risks similar to direct stock ownership, including market, sector, or industry risks. Some ETFs may involve international risk, currency risk, commodity risk, leverage risk, credit risk and interest rate risk. Trading prices may not reflect the net asset value of the underlying securities. Commission fees typically apply. Mutual funds, closed-end funds, and exchange-traded funds are subject to market, exchange rate, political, credit, interest rate and prepayment risks, which vary depending on the type of mutual fund. Fund purchases may be subject to investment minimums, eligibility, and other restrictions, as well as charges and expenses. Certain money market funds may impose liquidity fees and redemption gates in certain circumstances. Mutual funds and ETFs are not FDIC-insured, may lose value and are not guaranteed by a bank or other financial institution. Payment of stock dividends is not guaranteed and dividends may be discontinued. The underlying common stock is subject to market and business risks including insolvency.
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Value Investing   Part 4
 
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Value Investing is make famous by Warren Buffett. In this video, I will talks about value investing principles, finding value businesses and calculating the stock price for entry. Introduction: I am just an average joe who want to make more money. I spent a lot of time finding the answer of what best to invest. I want to share the answer I found with you and in return learning something from you. Disclaimer: This video is not designed to provide financial advice to you or to any other individual. Investment information provided may not be appropriate for all investors, and is provided without respect to individual investor financial sophistication, financial situation, investing time horizon or risk tolerance. The information provided is for educational purposes only and is not a recommendation or endorsement of any particular investment or investment strategy. The examples used in the video are for illustrative purposes only. Past performance does not guarantee future success. Returns will vary and all investments involve risks, including loss of principal. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, is not liable for any losses or damages, monetary or otherwise, that result from the content of the video. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, does not provide tax advice. It is recommended that you consult with a tax advisor regarding your personal tax situation. Asset allocation and diversification do not ensure a profit nor eliminate the risk of investment losses. Carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses before investing. ETFs can entail risks similar to direct stock ownership, including market, sector, or industry risks. Some ETFs may involve international risk, currency risk, commodity risk, leverage risk, credit risk and interest rate risk. Trading prices may not reflect the net asset value of the underlying securities. Commission fees typically apply. Mutual funds, closed-end funds, and exchange-traded funds are subject to market, exchange rate, political, credit, interest rate and prepayment risks, which vary depending on the type of mutual fund. Fund purchases may be subject to investment minimums, eligibility, and other restrictions, as well as charges and expenses. Certain money market funds may impose liquidity fees and redemption gates in certain circumstances. Mutual funds and ETFs are not FDIC-insured, may lose value and are not guaranteed by a bank or other financial institution. Payment of stock dividends is not guaranteed and dividends may be discontinued. The underlying common stock is subject to market and business risks including insolvency.
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Interpretation of Balance Sheet Part 1
 
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A balance sheet is one of the three major financial statements that public companies need to file with SEC. In the book of "Warren Buffett and The Interpretation of Financial Statement", Mary Buffett explained how Warren Buffett uses the balance sheet to find companies with durable competitive advantages. Introduction: I am just an average joe who want to make more money. I spent a lot of time finding the answer of what best to invest. I want to share the answer I found with you and in return learning something from you. Disclaimer: This video is not designed to provide financial advice to you or to any other individual. Investment information provided may not be appropriate for all investors, and is provided without respect to individual investor financial sophistication, financial situation, investing time horizon or risk tolerance. The information provided is for educational purposes only and is not a recommendation or endorsement of any particular investment or investment strategy. The examples used in the video are for illustrative purposes only. Past performance does not guarantee future success. Returns will vary and all investments involve risks, including loss of principal. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, is not liable for any losses or damages, monetary or otherwise, that result from the content of the video. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, does not provide tax advice. It is recommended that you consult with a tax advisor regarding your personal tax situation. Asset allocation and diversification do not ensure a profit nor eliminate the risk of investment losses. Carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses before investing. ETFs can entail risks similar to direct stock ownership, including market, sector, or industry risks. Some ETFs may involve international risk, currency risk, commodity risk, leverage risk, credit risk and interest rate risk. Trading prices may not reflect the net asset value of the underlying securities. Commission fees typically apply. Mutual funds, closed-end funds, and exchange-traded funds are subject to market, exchange rate, political, credit, interest rate and prepayment risks, which vary depending on the type of mutual fund. Fund purchases may be subject to investment minimums, eligibility, and other restrictions, as well as charges and expenses. Certain money market funds may impose liquidity fees and redemption gates in certain circumstances. Mutual funds and ETFs are not FDIC-insured, may lose value and are not guaranteed by a bank or other financial institution. Payment of stock dividends is not guaranteed and dividends may be discontinued. The underlying common stock is subject to market and business risks including insolvency.
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Technical Analysis 101 Series - Candle Stick Chart
 
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Candlestick chart is a very powerful chart for technical analysis. It provides more advantages than other charts. Introduction: I am just an average joe who want to make more money. I spent a lot of time finding the answer of what best to invest. I want to share the answer I found with you and in return learning something from you. Disclaimer: This video is not designed to provide financial advice to you or to any other individual. Investment information provided may not be appropriate for all investors, and is provided without respect to individual investor financial sophistication, financial situation, investing time horizon or risk tolerance. The information provided is for educational purposes only and is not a recommendation or endorsement of any particular investment or investment strategy. The examples used in the video are for illustrative purposes only. Past performance does not guarantee future success. Returns will vary and all investments involve risks, including loss of principal. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, is not liable for any losses or damages, monetary or otherwise, that result from the content of the video. Yeefong Saw (Mark), this video creator, does not provide tax advice. It is recommended that you consult with a tax advisor regarding your personal tax situation. Asset allocation and diversification do not ensure a profit nor eliminate the risk of investment losses. Carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses before investing. ETFs can entail risks similar to direct stock ownership, including market, sector, or industry risks. Some ETFs may involve international risk, currency risk, commodity risk, leverage risk, credit risk and interest rate risk. Trading prices may not reflect the net asset value of the underlying securities. Commission fees typically apply. Mutual funds, closed-end funds, and exchange-traded funds are subject to market, exchange rate, political, credit, interest rate and prepayment risks, which vary depending on the type of mutual fund. Fund purchases may be subject to investment minimums, eligibility, and other restrictions, as well as charges and expenses. Certain money market funds may impose liquidity fees and redemption gates in certain circumstances. Mutual funds and ETFs are not FDIC-insured, may lose value and are not guaranteed by a bank or other financial institution. Payment of stock dividends is not guaranteed and dividends may be discontinued. The underlying common stock is subject to market and business risks including insolvency.
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How might tariffs affect the U.S. and Chinese economies next year?
 
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2/10/2018 Webcast: The 2019 economic and market outlook Vanguard's economic and market outlook for 2019 takes a conservative view on tariff rates, assuming that they go as high as 25%. Even with that factored in, our Global Chief Economist Joe Davis contends that tariffs are unlikely to have a material negative impact on the U.S. economy, since the U.S. relies far less on imports and exports, relative to most other economies. Joe acknowledges that certain industries and sectors will be more adversely impacted by tariffs, while others will benefit—but in the aggregate he does not foresee a significant impact in terms of the overall economic growth rate of the U.S. IMPORTANT INFORMATION All investing is subject to risk, including the possible loss of the money you invest. There is no guarantee that any particular asset allocation or mix of funds will meet your investment objectives or provide you with a given level of income. Diversification does not ensure a profit or protect against a loss. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. Investments in bonds are subject to interest rate, credit, and inflation risk. Investments in stocks or bonds issued by non-U.S. companies are subject to risks including country/regional risk and currency risk. These risks are especially high in emerging markets. IMPORTANT: The projections and other information generated by the Vanguard Capital Markets Model® (VCMM) regarding the likelihood of various investment outcomes are hypothetical in nature, do not reflect actual investment results, and are not guarantees of future results. VCMM results will vary with each use and over time. The VCMM projections are based on a statistical analysis of historical data. Future returns may behave differently from the historical patterns captured in the VCMM. More important, the VCMM may be underestimating extreme negative scenarios unobserved in the historical period on which the model estimation is based. The Vanguard Capital Markets Model is a proprietary financial simulation tool developed and maintained by Vanguard’s primary investment research and advice teams. The model forecasts distributions of future returns for a wide array of broad asset classes. Those asset classes include U.S. and international equity markets, several maturities of the U.S. Treasury and corporate fixed income markets, international fixed income markets, U.S. money markets, commodities, and certain alternative investment strategies. The theoretical and empirical foundation for the Vanguard Capital Markets Model is that the returns of various asset classes reflect the compensation investors require for bearing different types of systematic risk (beta). At the core of the model are estimates of the dynamic statistical relationship between risk factors and asset returns, obtained from statistical analysis based on available monthly financial and economic data from as early as 1960. Using a system of estimated equations, the model then applies a Monte Carlo simulation method to project the estimated interrelationships among risk factors and asset classes as well as uncertainty and randomness over time. The model generates a large set of simulated outcomes for each asset class over several time horizons. Forecasts are obtained by computing measures of central tendency in these simulations. Results produced by the tool will vary with each use and over time. Advice services are provided by Vanguard Advisers, Inc., a registered investment advisor, or by Vanguard National Trust Company, a federally chartered, limited-purpose trust company. © 2018 The Vanguard Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Terms of Trade and the Gains from Trade | AP Macroeconomics | Khan Academy
 
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In this video, we explore how we can use opportunity costs to determine who has comparative advantage in producing a good. By specializing in the production of a good that a country has comparative advantage in, and trading for the other good, both countries have the potential to benefit from the exchange. We can also figure out a trading price (also known as the "terms of trade") which would make both countries willing to trade. View more lessons or practice this subject at http://www.khanacademy.org/economics-finance-domain/ap-macroeconomics/basic-economics-concepts-macro/scarcity-and-growth/v/terms-of-trade-and-the-gains-from-trade-macroeconomics-khan-academy?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=desc&utm_campaign=apmacroeconomics AP Macroeconomics on Khan Academy: Welcome to Economics! In this lesson we'll define Economic and introduce some of the fundamental tools and perspectives economists use to understand the world around us! Khan Academy is a nonprofit organization with the mission of providing a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. We offer quizzes, questions, instructional videos, and articles on a range of academic subjects, including math, biology, chemistry, physics, history, economics, finance, grammar, preschool learning, and more. We provide teachers with tools and data so they can help their students develop the skills, habits, and mindsets for success in school and beyond. Khan Academy has been translated into dozens of languages, and 15 million people around the globe learn on Khan Academy every month. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we would love your help! Donate or volunteer today! Donate here: https://www.khanacademy.org/donate?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=desc Volunteer here: https://www.khanacademy.org/contribute?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=desc
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