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  • This handbook is intended as a reference for financial managers, credit and security analysts, bankers, lawyers, accountants, auditors, and educators, whose decisions encompass the international dimensions of financial analysis, reporting, and control. It expands and updates the topical coverage of its award-winning predecessor, The Handbook of International Accounting, and, in its second edition, the International Accounting and Finance Handbook.

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  • In the surnmero f 1997, whent he Federal ReserveB anko f Bostons elected the topic for its fortysecond annual economicc onference, manyp undits werea sking: "Is the business cycle dead, or at least permanently dampened?"B y the time the Bank’s conference convenedi n June 1998, the same pundits queried: "What caused the massive recessions in Asia?" and "Can the United States remain ’an oasis of prosperity,’ as Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan termed it, while economiesw orldwidea re under siege from financial crises?" Howq uickly things change! BeyondS hocks:W hatC ausesB usiness Cycles ? t...

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  • Chapter 7 TREASURY INFLATION-INDEXED SECURITIES. Abstract In January 1997, the U.S. Treasury began to issue inflation-indexed securities (TIIS). The new Treasury security protects investors from inflation by linking the principal and coupon payments to the Consumer Price Index (CPI).

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  • This section describes characteristics of the Wisconsin household population subgroups for whom health statistics are presented in this report. All of the characteristics described here are estimates from the 2008 Family Health Survey weighted data. The Family Health Survey is considered to be representative of all people who live in Wisconsin households. Survey results can be used to describe household residents, keeping in mind that survey estimates will differ from results of a complete count, such as a census.

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  • Chứng khoán chống lạm phát là một hình thức đầu tư mang lại thu nhập cố định, đảm bảo được tỉ lệ thu nhập thực tế cho người đầu tư. Tỉ lệ thu nhập thực tế là thu nhập danh nghĩa sau khi đã trừ đi tỉ lệlạm phát, vì vậy người đầu tư được bảo vệ trước những tác động của lạm phát.

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  • Designers still have the option of three-tier or n-tier application designs; but, they now have the two-tier option again. The sim- plicity of two-tier client/server is attractive, but security issues (databases have huge attack surfaces) may cause many designers to want three-tier server architectures with the web server in the demilitarized zone (DMZ). It is likely that web services will be the way we federate heteroge- neous database systems. ...

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  • Foreign capital inflows are playing an important role in the U.S. economy by bridging the gap between domestic supplies of and demand for capital. In 2008, as the financial crisis and global economic downturn unfolded, foreign investors looked to U.S. Treasury securities as a “safe haven” investment, while they sharply reduced their net purchases of corporate stocks and bonds. In 2009, foreign capital inflows continued to drop as private investors sharply retrenched, while official purchases of U.S. Treasury securities by foreign governments rose sharply.

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  • The Reserve Banks make disbursements from the government’s account through Fedwire funds transfers or ACH payments, or to a limited extent, by check. Fedwire disbursements are typically associated with, but not limited to, the redemption of Treasury securities. Certain recurring trans- actions, such as Social Security benef it payments and government employee salary payments, are processed mainly by the ACH and electronically deposited directly to the recipients’ accounts at their depository institutions.

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  • Treasury securities are maintained in book-entry form in either the Reserve Banks’ Fedwire Securities Service or the Treasury’s TreasuryDirect system, which is also operated by the Reserve Banks. Even though TreasuryDirect holds less than 2 percent of all outstanding Treasury securities, it provides a convenient way for individuals to hold their securities directly, rather than with a third party such as a depository institution.

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  • The Security and Information Technology Services unit assesses the IRS’s information technology (IT) programs by implementing audit strategies that evaluate: (1) Cybersecurity, including reviews of the Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002 (FISMA), 1 audit trails, privacy, security monitoring and reporting, and incident management; (2) Systems Modernization and Application Development, including reviews of the Modernization Program, computer applications supporting the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Affordable Care Act), and other high priority projects...

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  • In this paper, given a text document, we first iden- tify events and their associated arguments. We then identify causality or relatedness relations between event pairs. To do this, we develop a minimally su- pervised approach using focused distributional sim- ilarity methods, such as co-occurrence counts of events collected automatically from an unannotated corpus, to measure and predict existence of causal- ity relations between event pairs.

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  • The recession was intertwined with a major financial crisis that exacerbated the negative effects on the economy. Falling stock and house prices led to a large decline in household wealth (net worth), which plummeted by over $16 trillion or about 24% during 2008 and 2009. In addition, the financial panic led to an explosion of risk premiums (i.e., compensation to investors for accepting extra risk over relatively risk-free investments such as U.S.

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  • The Federal Reserve did not hold the size of its securities portfolio precisely constant after it ended its agency purchase program earlier this year. Instead, consistent with the Committee’s goal of ultimately returning the portfolio to one consisting primarily of Treasury securities, we adopted a policy of re-investing maturing Treasuries in similar securities while allowing agency securities to run off as payments of principal were received.

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  • The rising profile of SWFs is a direct consequence of the massive accumulation of global foreign reserve assets over the past decade. While reserve accumulation has occurred in many emerging market economies, it has been especially sharp among oil producers and Asian countries that have large trade-surpluses with the United States and other developed countries. In these countries, reserves have swelled to levels far in excess of the amount needed for balance of payments support, thus presenting an opportunity for foreign exchange reserve managers to maximize returns.

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  • Fama (1977) and Miller (1977) predict that one minus the corporate tax rate will equate aftertax yields from comparable taxable and taxexempt bonds. Empirical evidence shows that long-term tax-exempt yields are higher than theory predicts. Two popular explanations for this empirical puzzle are that, relative to taxable bonds, municipal bonds bear more default risk and include costly call options. I study U.S. government secured municipal bond yields which are effectively default-free and noncallable. These municipal yields display the same tendency to be too high.

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  • The Federal Reserve plays an important role when the Treasury needs to raise money to f inance the government or to ref inance maturing Treasury securities. The Reserve Banks handle weekly, monthly, and quarterly auctions of Treasury securities, accepting bids, communicating them to the Treasury, issuing the securities in book-entry form to the winning bidders, and collecting payment for the securities. Over the past several years, the auction process has become increasingly automated, which further ensures a smooth borrowing process.

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  • If interest rates rise, however, the price sensitivity of non-amortizing callable bonds will ultimately approach the sensitivity of non-callable securities with the same final maturity. For example, the five, non-call two bond above initially will have the price sensitivity of a bond with a two-year final maturity. However, if interest rates continue to rise, the bond will eventually begin to depreciate like other securities with the same final maturity.

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  • The high costs of fighting the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have rekindled congressional interest in the concept of the sale of a Treasury security to help finance these war costs. In the 111th Congress, three bills have been introduced that would permit the issuance of a war bond: S. 2846, H.R. 4315, and H.R. 4385. Although these bills are silent on any relationship between the proposed “war bonds” and World War II-era war bonds, the question has been raised whether or not the issuance of war bonds during the Second World War serves as a good model for a new “war bond.

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  • This manual explains the basics of owning paper I Bonds, paper Series EE Savings Bonds issued May 1997 and later, and Series HH Savings Bonds. It is adapted from the online manual on the Treasury securities website at http://www.treasurydirect.gov/mar/marsbomtoc.htm. The online manual contains hyperlinks to additional information, publications and regulations. This printable version of the manual includes the URLs of those items. Note: a period or other punctuation mark that immediately follows a URL is not part of the URL. Do not type it into your Web browser.

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  • A special feature in the BIS Quarterly Review of June 2004 profiled the Asian local currency bond markets as a potential asset class, contrasting their considerable capitalisation with their mixed liquidity. The article found that larger markets with larger issues saw more trading at narrower bid-ask spreads. For a market of a given size, concentration of holdings among investors depresses liquidity. A broader investor base might thus be expected to improve liquidity, particularly at times of stress (Jiang and McCauley (2004)).

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