Taking stock

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học 'Respiratory Research cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: Taking stock of gene therapy for cystic fibrosis...

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Taking stock of current societal, political and academic stakeholders in the Canadian healthcare knowledge translation agenda

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  • Tham khảo luận văn - đề án 'báo cáo khoa học: " taking stock of current societal, political and academic stakeholders in the canadian healthcare knowledge translation agenda"', luận văn - báo cáo phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • The latter part of the 20th century saw a tremendous burgeoning of information about the causes, course, and consequences of delinquent careers. During this period, our knowledge about the epidemiology of delinquency and crime, risk and protective factors for this type of behavior, etiological theories, and life-course consequences of adolescent deviance expanded exponentially. All of these topics were examined from multidisciplinary perspectives and the rate at which our knowledge base expanded was revolutionary....

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  • Synthesis has both an age-structured and a size/age-structured version. Both are capable of simultaneously examining data from several fisheries and several surveys, each with its own pattern of selectivity. Synthesis calculates selectivity with modified logistic functions. Parameters of these functions can take on time-specific values, thus allowing flexibility to track changes in fishery selectivity. The goodness of fit is quantified in terms of a log-likelihood function composed of independent terms for each kind of observation from each type of fishery or survey.

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  • This paper employs a novel mood variable, international soccer results, to investigate the effect of investor sentiment on asset prices. Using a cross-section of 39 countries, we find that losses in soccer matches have an economically and statistically significant negative effect on the losing country’s stock market. For example, elimination from a major international soccer tournament is associated with a next-day return on the national stock market index that is 38 basis points lower than average.

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  • All voting takes place orally unless the chairman decides on a voting in writing or any person entitled to vote requests a voting in writing. A voting in writing takes place by means of unsigned ballot papers. Votes by acclamation are allowed unless one of the persons present and entitled to vote objects. If no absolute majority is reached by a vote taken with respect to the election of persons, a second vote shall be taken whereby the voters are not required to vote for the previous candidates. If, again, no one has gained an absolute majority of the votes,...

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  • While the link between demographic change and stock prices is a positive question, the second issue that we investigate is normative: whether the United States is “saving enough for its old age.” The coming increase in the ratio of dependent elderly to working age adults will, ceteris paribus, lower the average level of consumption. In the face of this coming demographic shock, it may be optimal for the country to save a higher fraction of its income, in order to smooth consumption.

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  • This is why, in this paper, we study another way of imposing factor structure. It is to take a weighted average of the sample covariance matrix with Sharpe’s (1963) single-index model estimator. The weight ® (between zero and one) assigned to the single-index model controls how much structure we impose: the heavier the weight, the stronger the structure. This is a well-known technique in Statistics called shrinkage dating back to Stein (1956): ® is called the shrinkage intensity, and the single-index model is our choice of shrinkage target.

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  • Geographic structure is not yet included in the size model. In both configurations, synthesis maintains a full age-structured description of the population and employs conventional equations to describe the population dynamics. A wide hierarchical range of model complexity can be defined for either version (Methot 1998). At one extreme, the model can be used with no age or size data (with external estimation of selectivity and weight-at-age) and the est imation process can be condensed to a few stock-recruitment parameters that mimic stock-reduction analysis (Kimura and Tagart 1982).

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  • The responsibility for company listing in many other OECD member countries is shared between the stock exchange and the securities regulators. In France, for instance, while it is the Board of Directors of Euronext Paris that decides on the admission of financial instruments on its market, it consults with the Autorité des Marchés Financiers and seeks its observations before listing. Likewise, in Australia, the responsibility for listed companies' compliance with listing rules is shared between the ASX and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

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  • Second, managers can affect the volatility of firm’s equity. Risk-averse managers who are compensated in traditional ways (salary, bonus and stock) have incentive to keep the volatility of the firm low when they hold a large fraction of their human capital and their financial wealth in the firm. Such managers have incentives to turn down risk-increasing, positive NPV projects if the negative effect on their expected utility of an increase in total firm risk is larger than the positive effect of an increase in firm value.

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  • An inspection of Panel A reveals that all seven stock indexes display the same lunar-cycle pattern found in U.S. returns. Mean daily returns around new moon dates are always higher than returns around full moon dates, and the difference is usually considerable. However, due to the relatively short time-series of observations, the t- statistics for most individual countries are insignificant, with only the Frankfurt and the Toronto results approaching significance at conventional levels (t-statistics of 1.75 and 1.88).

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  • One of the more fascinating sections of the WSJ is on the inside of the back page under the standing headline “Abreast of the Market.” There you can read each day what the market did yesterday, whether it went up, down or sideways as measured by indexes like the Dow Jones Industrial Average ... . In that column, you can also read selected post-mortems from brokerage houses, stock analysts and other professional track watchers explaining why themarket yesterday did whatever it did, sometimes with predictive nuggets about what it will do today or tomorrow.

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  • These individual priors play a bigger role when investors are unfamiliar with the stock market or lack data to assess it. But they are unlikely to fade away even with experience and data. Furthermore, when mistrust is deeply rooted, people may be doubtful about any information they obtain and disre- gard it in revising their priors.

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  • High-profile events and announcements can cause tremendous swings in stocks and sectors, and often point out tremendous opportunities to investors who know how to read them. When the Market Moves, Will You Be Ready? is a "how-to" for knowing which events matter versus which are meaningless, and how to take advantage of the former for consistent trading success. Emphasizing the practical side of trading, When the Market Moves, Will You Be Ready? features exercises, Q&As, and checklists for using investing techniques in day, swing, value, or virtually any other trading or investing style....

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  • This book is about the English language in the 21st century: about who will speak it and for what purposes. It is a practical briežng document, written for educationists, politicians, managers — indeed any decision maker or planning team with a professional interest in the development of English worldwide. The Future of English? takes stock of the present, apparently unassailable, position of English in the world and asks whether we can expect its status to remain unchanged during the coming decades of unprecedented social and economic global change...

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  • Within technical analysis, indicators are used as a measure to gain further insight into to the supply and demand of securities. Indicators, such as volume, are used to confirm price movement and the probability that the given move will continue. Along with using indicators as secondary confirmation tools, they can also be used as a basis for trading as they can form buy-and-sell signals. In this tutorial, we'll take you through the second building block of technical analysis and explore oscillators and indicator in depth.......

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  • Making money demands effort, whether working for a salary or investing. You get nothing for nothing. Anyone who tells you the stock market is an absolute doddle, and money for old rope, is either a conman or a fool. And the proof of that became very clear with the stock market depressions starting in 2007.

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  • "Customer Relationship Management: The Winning Strategy in a Challenging Economy" As the economic environment continues to fluctuate, many organizations are asking themselves what strategies they can pursue to bring tangible business benefits while taking stock of the economic conditions. In a growth economy, businesses typically work hard to expand their customer base and spend aggressively to stoke the growth engine. When money is tight however, existing customer relationships grow in importance as organizations seek a cost-effective way to nurture business expansion.

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