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  • This is a voluntary code which sets standards of good banking practice for financial institutions to follow when they are dealing with personal customers in the United Kingdom. It provides valuable protection for you and explains how financial institutions are expected to deal with you day-to-day and in times of financial difficulty.

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  • It would not be exaggerating to argue that financial risk analysis is one of the most important and most difficult components of project appraisal. Such analysis is especially important because the financial viability of a project may be critical for its long-term sustainability and survivability. Its particular difficulty is due to the inherent challenge of pricing risk with market

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  • All information set forth in this release and its attachments is as of April 7, 2004. Yahoo! undertakes no duty to update this information. More information about potential factors that could af fect the Company's business and financial results is included in the Company's Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2003, including (without limitation) under the captions, "Risk Factors" and "Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations," which is on file with the SEC and available at the SEC's website at www.sec.

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  • Everyone is familiar with money. Yet few realise that currently contentious issues and financial difficulties are not new. On the contrary, most are firmly rooted in the past and when examined help to put current economic problems into historical context. This book presents a detailed history of money from Charlemagne’s reform in approximately AD 800 to the end of the Silver Wars in 1896. It also offers a summary of twentieth century events and an analysis of how the past relates to present problems....

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  • objective or subjective, when making decisions under uncertainty. This is especially true when the consequences of the decisions can have a significant impact, financial or otherwise. Most of us make everyday personal decisions this way, using an intuitive process based on our experience and subjective judgments. Mainstream statistical analysis, however, seeks objectivity by generally restricting the information used in an analysis to that obtained from a current set of clearly relevant data.

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  • live beyond one's means - spend more money than one can afford The couple have been living beyond their means and are now in serious financial difficulty. live by one's wits - survive by being clever The boy lives by his wits and never has any problems dealing with life. live down (something) - remove blame or distrust by good conduct, cause something to be forgiven by not repeating it Our supervisor is trying to live down his reputation of being a hard person to work for. live for the moment - live without planning for the future The young man lives for the moment and has...

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  • The impact of AIFM on the markets in which they operate is largely beneficial, but recent financial difficulties have underlined how activities of AIFM may also serve to spread or amplify risks through the financial system. Uncoordinated national responses to these risks make the efficient management of these risks difficult. This Directive therefore aims at establishing common requirements governing the authorisation and supervision of AIFM in order to provide a coherent approach to the related risks and their impact on investors and markets in the European Union. ...

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  • Despite a well-articulated policy framework and effective use of the SWAp structure to coordinate donor activities through technical working groups, there are difficulties in achieving translation of SRH policy into decentralised operations at district level. While progress with maternal and neonatal mortality rates is encouraging, they remain unacceptably high, and with life expectancy at birth only 54 years for females and 52 years for males, and HIV prevalence at 12% in young pregnant women, the challenges are great.

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  • Given the unprecedented—by recent standards—financial crisis that has devastated the world financial system and extended its reach into a number of other sectors, political risk insurance has become even more relevant. At the same time, questions remain as to whether PRI really covers those risks that investors need covered the most.

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  • For the applied economist, the confident and apparently successful application of Keynesian principles to economic policy which occurred in the United States in the 1960s was an event of incomparable significance and satisfaction. These principles led to a set of simple, quantitative relationships between fiscal policy and economic activity generally, the basic logic of which could be (and was) explained to the general public and which could be applied to yield improvements in economic performance benefitting everyone.

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  • The worsening capital position of the banks has a number of consequences with destabilizing feedbacks for financial markets and the real economy. Regulatory authorities in Germany are forced to close a bank if its core capital quota falls below 4 percent. The threat of imminent bank closures is a source of insecurity for market participants and isolates the affected banks from capital flows. In addition, banks are forced to limit the amount of credit they provide if they lack the necessary equity capital.

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  • A full accountability needs to extend beyond the company's own costs and revenues to capture impacts on the environment, for example through the developing - but still controversial - approaches of environmental impact assessment (EIA) and 'life cycle analysis' (e.g. Milne, 1994). Clearly, in the present state of the art, any such accounting is fraught with theoretical and practical difficulties (e.g. Cope and James, 1990), although pioneering attempts have been made (e.g. in BSO/Origin's annual reports, illustrated at Macve and Carey, 1992, pp. 57-65).

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  • The questions can only provide meaningful information about the level of financial literacy of individuals and populations if they are sufficiently varied to differentiate between high and low achievers by combining a mixture of easy and more difficult problems. The analysis of responses to each question shows that the spread of difficulty in the core questionnaire is appropriate; differentiating well both within countries and across countries.

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  • Rational Choice Theory is one of the few general theories of how individuals, groups, organizations and social structures behave - its impact on sociological theorizing has been enormous. In this volume, advocates and critics present their views of the values and limitations of rational choice theory. Whether supporter or sceptic, sociologists and other social scientists will find themselves immersed in a creative discussion of the merits and difficulties of the model and its applicability to both macro and micro level social issues....

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  • Aggregate saving is an important source of funds for domestic investment and economic growth and thus the question of what determines its level and rate remains a crucial research and policy agenda. Moreover, in the face of volatile flows of external finance, domestic saving has become even more critical for economic development.

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  • This system generated mistrust and disrespect between the S&L examiners, who were federal employees, and the supervisory agents, who were employees of the privately owned regional Banks. Supervisory agents and PSAs were compensated at levels far above those of the FHLBB staff, and while examiners suspected the supervisors of being overpaid in- dustry friends, supervisory agents and PSAs viewed the Bank Board examiners as “low paid, heavy drinking specialists in trivial details.

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  • There is also diversity with regard to final beneficiaries: many providers target people excluded from mainstream financial services (47% of respondents of the latest EMN survey) and women (44%); moreover, ethnic minorities and/or immigrants (41%), young (29%) and disabled people (21%) are amongst the top ranks (see Jayo et al, 2010). Priority outreach to these specific target groups show the high social focus of microfinance in Europe.

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  • Microfinance institutions have been affected by the adverse macro-economic conditions during the global financial and economic crisis, generally through significantly higher bad debt rates among their clients and in some cases through increased difficulties in accessing external sources of funding.

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  • The small size of the private bond market also constrains its role. One of important benefits of a developed private bond market is that it can act as an alternative funding source when corporations’ access to overseas markets is limited or in the face of a domestic bank credit crunch. The disruption in the global money and credit markets in 2008 led to a liquidity squeeze for Brazilian corporations and financial firms.

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