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  • We find that portfolios in which funds are weighted by their money inf lows outperform portfolios in which funds are weighted by TNA: New money beats oldmoney.We also find that high net f low funds outperformlow net f low funds. Thus, within the universe of actively managed funds, new investors tend to choose the better ones: Money is smart. This result holds for both individual and institutional investors, and is driven by investors’ fund buys rather than sells. The smart money effect is not explained by the Chen et al.

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  • Whether you’re a CEO now or on your way to becoming one, you want to be a good one. No, a great one! That’s wonderful. That’s what is needed in the businessworld. Your employees, customers, investors, community, and competitors will demand it. But most importantly you want to be the best because that’s the kind of person you are. Like California winemaker, Robert Mondavi says, “Even when I played marbles as a child, I wanted to be the best.”

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  • Tham khảo sách 'financial analysis: tools and techniques', tài chính - ngân hàng, tài chính doanh nghiệp phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • This section provides information specific to utility green pricing programs, a subset of the market. The number of utilities offering green pricing has grown steadily in recent years—today, more than 850 investor-owned, public, and cooperative utilities in most states offer green pricing programs. Appendix D provides a list of utilities offering green pricing, and Appendix E provides Web links to all green power product offerings.

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  • Our database contains relatively few European sector funds (shown in section III of Table 1), particularly prior to 2003. It is worth noting that the division between sector funds and country funds is less clear-cut than may rst seem the case. Indeed, some of the smaller European stock markets are dominated by a few rms and one or two sectors (e.g., Nokia in the Finnish stock market). Thus, investors likely used country funds to invest in certain industries during earlier periods of our time-series.

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  • Decarbonising the world‟s energy system to avoid locking-in polluting technologies and unacceptably high emission levels will require doubling existing investment levels to around USD 2 trillion a year or 2% of GDP. Governments understand that large sums of capital will be required, and many are also realising the need for further recourse to private capital as public finances have become strained in many developed countries. Simultaneously, banking sector provision of long-term finance has become tighter due deleveraging and new financial regulations.

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  • While the financial meltdown of the last decade and its consequences are still being felt, many are already talking of another one originating in the Euro zone. The global economic slowdown was a natural consequence of the events of 2007-8 which has led to a gloomy investment climate. For obvious reasons, most investors appear to have adopted a more cautious approach. The situation has not been very different in India, with the potential addition of other issues to contend with.

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  • This is why, in the State of the Union address, President Barroso called for new thinking for Europe – to draw the consequences of the challenges we are now facing and that are fundamentally changing our world. There can be no growth without reform and no way of confronting our challenges unless we do it together. The State of the Union speech launched ambitious ideas for the long term framing of the EU – a deep and genuine economic union, based on a political union.

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  • The Company seeks to provide a comprehensive range of sub-funds with the purpose of spreading investment risk and satisfying the requirements of investors seeking income, capital conservation and growth. In carrying out the investment objectives of the Company, the Board of Directors at all times seeks to maintain an appropriate level of liquidity in the assets of the sub-funds so that redemptions of Shares under normal circumstances may be made without undue delay upon request by shareholders.

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  • The economic value of a community is generally measured through such things as residential real estate prices, taxing capacity, the quality of public amenities, the value of nearby retail services and the quality of human capital. Assets grow and depreciate in value based on individual and social actions, including the willingness or ability of individuals, households, businesses and governments to invest in and develop them. Economically distressed communities have declining asset values relative to more competitive places.

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  • The fourth component of the architecture of community refers to connections between places as expressed through the flow of people, capital and information. We see these connections clearly in the notion of bridging social capital and high value civic institutions, and they are a logical consequence of the ways in which quality public assets create consumer and investor demand. Understanding regional connections has become important to policy analysts concerned with economically distressed communities.

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  • A cross-sectional community based study was conducted in two different groups of elderly population (60 year and above) in Dibrugarh District of Assam, India during the study period from 2002 to 2003. The study comprised of 523 geriatric persons from both the settings. The first group consisted of 293 (male - 181 and female - 112) elderly persons from an urban setting among a population of about 1.3 lakhs. Four wards and two adjoining localities were selected randomly for the study.

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  • The 2007–08 boom in food prices and the subsequent period of relatively high and volatile prices reminded many import-dependent countries of their vul- nerability to food insecurity and prompted them to seek opportunities to secure food supplies overseas. Together with the reduced attractiveness of other assets due to the financial crisis, the boom led to a “rediscovery” of the agricultural sector by different types of investors and a wave of interest in land acquisitions in developing countries.

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  • The fact that the shortfall figures have been rising over the past twenty years indicates that the mutual fund industry's market impact problems are becoming increasingly severe. This is not surprising, given the rapid growth in the size of mutual funds and an increase in the rates of their portfolio turnover. In any event, it appears that the combination of reported expenses and market impact costs, on average, now consumes the mutual fund investor's capital at a...

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  • Because it is sometimes hard for investors to become experts on various businesses—for example, what are the best steel, automobile, or telephone companies—investors often depend on professionals who are trained to investigate companies and recommend companies that are likely to succeed. Since it takes work to pick the stocks or bonds of the companies that have the best chance to do well in the future, many investors choose to invest in mutual funds.

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  • Among technological options experimented to reach the unbanked and underbanked populations mostly in the rural areas are the satellite (mobile) branches, which allow to serve financially-excluded geographical areas where mainstream banks found it unprofitable to set up brick and mortar infra- structures. Savings banks in Uganda and Zimbabwe operate mobile banking units, which consist of vans equipped with information and communication technology touring remote communities on fixed dates to render banking services.

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  • Physical and reputational pressures affecting water availability and wastewater discharge can result in more stringent water policies. Water scarcity, coupled with increased concern among local communities about water withdrawals, will put pressure on local authorities and policymakers to consider water reallocations, regulations, and development of water markets that cap usage, suspend permits to draw water and lead to stricter water quality standards. Jurisdictional legal disputes can also arise (see Box 6).

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  • This year, Congress, the Administration, and financial regulators have taken significant measures to address some of the most obvious inadequacies in our consumer protection framework. But these steps have focused on just two, albeit very important, product markets – credit cards and mortgages. We need comprehensive reform. For that reason, we propose the creation of a single regulatory agency, a Consumer Financial Protection Agency (CFPA), with the authority and accountability to make sure that consumer protection regulations are written fairly and enforced vigorously.

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  • This guide provides practical guidelines for policy makers on how best to review the process of policy development and establish strategic plans for micro, small and medium enterprise development. It is a further tool and reference source for all policy makers and actors dealing with small businesses, especially in transition countries seeking to further develop their market economies. Private sector development relies on a partnership between the private and public sectors.

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  • In the project and programme management community opinion is divided on the role of PMOs in delivering programmes and whether they confer real benefits. The UK Office of Government Commerce (OGC) views a PMO as an important part of programme and project management organisation structures, and in its P3O model iii promotes a three-level structure comprising a portfolio management office, a programme management office and a project management office.

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