2. Gold for the year was up about 23% and Silver was up 46%; the HUI failed to provide the leverage it usually offers to metals, increasing by only 13%, but these are still impressive ......... returns, since a record-breaking year for the Dow Jones produced only a 16.7% return and the Nasdaq gained just 10%.
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Phần tiếp theo1. Analysts and Pundits (2) 2. Analysts and Pundits (3) 3. Analysts and Pundits (5) 4. Analysts and Pundits (6) 5. Analysts and Pundits (7) 6. Analysts and Pundits (8) 7. Analysts and Pundits (9) 8. Analysts and Pundits (10)
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Analysts and Pundits (3)
Cập nhật:2011-07-22 Xem:285 Level:(3)
3. ......... is an investment approach that seeks to match the investment returns of a specified stock or bond market benchmark by holding all or a representative sample of those securities; it is a 'passive' investment approach emphasizing broad diversification and low portfolio trading activity.
Analysts and Pundits (5)
Cập nhật:2011-03-28 Xem:35676 Level:(5)
5. With a market ......... order, the investor allows the floor broker to use his own discretion as to the exact timing of the execution; if the broker expects a decline in price, s/he may wait to buy, figuring that a better price will soon be available, but there is no guarantee that a such an order will be filled.
Analysts and Pundits (6)
Cập nhật:2010-00-21 Xem:26102 Level:(6)
6. ......... arbitrage is basically buying and simultaneously selling in four or more markets, profiting from a temporary difference; this is a riskless profit for the investor/trader.
Analysts and Pundits (7)
Cập nhật:2010-06-18 Xem:246 Level:(7)
7. A back-end ......... can be a flat fee (meaning everyone pays the same amount of money when taking money out of the mutual fund) or a sliding-scale fee (meaning that the longer you keep your money in the mutual fund, the smaller the fee you have to pay when you take it out).
Analysts and Pundits (8)
Cập nhật:2008-08-24 Xem:31877 Level:(8)
8. ......... retirement plan is not an IRS plan subject to the eligibility, participation, and non-discrimination provisions set forth in the Employee Retirement Income Security Act and the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 and the regulations thereunder; as such, it is said to be devoid of governmental red tape.
Analysts and Pundits (9)
Cập nhật:2009-04-21 Xem:274 Level:(9)
9. Options are traded in units called ........., each of which entitles the option buyer/owner to 100 shares of the underlying stocks upon expiration.
Analysts and Pundits (10)
Cập nhật:2011-05-23 Xem:275 Level:(10)
10. The Director position is responsible for the ......... analysis of our derivatives portfolio, which includes 1) statistical analysis to measure the effectiveness of hedges, 2) projection of Net Investment Income and Net Investment Gain/(Loss), and 3) attribution analysis of actual reported financial results versus market factors.
Financial Supply Chain Management (1)
Cập nhật:2012-07-28 Xem:32768 Level:(1)
1. According to Ray Moore of HSBC, the efficient management of information across the financial supply chain (FSC) is a critical ......... in getting goods to market early and at the lowest cost.
Financial Supply Chain Management (2)
Cập nhật:2013-02-11 Xem:240 Level:(2)
2. As international supply chains become longer and more complex, the risks and costs ......... with fulfilment continue to increase.
Financial Supply Chain Management (3)
Cập nhật:2011-07-21 Xem:222 Level:(3)
3. The focus of many supply chain management initiatives to date has been the physical processes and logistics costs that are easier to track, but this focus is increasingly shifting towards FSCs and the less ......... costs hidden in payments, risk management and working capital management processes that are equally important.
Financial Supply Chain Management (4)
Cập nhật:2013-01-19 Xem:205 Level:(4)
4. Banks are under increasing pressure to demonstrate how core competences can be better applied to improving the efficiency of the FSC: this can be defined as the 'purchase-to-pay' process from the buyer ..........
Financial Supply Chain Management (5)
Cập nhật:2013-01-19 Xem:238 Level:(5)
5. In order to meet the challenge, banks are re-......... traditional trade services and developing new solutions to meet a constantly evolving trade environment and rising customer expectations about what banks can do for them.
Financial Supply Chain Management (6)
Cập nhật:2012-06-27 Xem:217 Level:(6)
6. Most large buyer organisations either source from low cost countries or have established managed services or production facilities that take advantage of lower labour and operating costs, and the pressure to source from these countries and source direct to eliminate expensive trading intermediaries continues to ..........
Financial Supply Chain Management (7)
Cập nhật:2013-03-20 Xem:242 Level:(7)
7. The initial ......... about vastly reduced unit costs has, however, been tempered in recent years, as corporates take a more sophisticated approach to the calculation of total fulfilment cost, which includes all logistics, working capital and finance related costs involved within its supply chain.
Financial Supply Chain Management (9)
Cập nhật:2009-11-23 Xem:221 Level:(9)
9. The focus for many organisations has been streamlining and automating the physical supply chain in order to reduce costs; for ......... practice organisations, the reduction of 1-2% of total costs of fulfilment is critical to keeping a competitive edge.
Financial Supply Chain Management (10)
Cập nhật:2008-05-23 Xem:18047 Level:(10)
10. However, as physical supply chains are optimised, savings become harder to realise; this is when the focus shifts to FSC opportunities; the quantum ......... to streamlining the FSC, where organisations could save 2-3% plus potential savings by taking paper out of the system, is now being taken by many corporates.
Shared Service Centres (2)
Cập nhật:2013-01-16 Xem:35244 Level:(2)
2. For corporates, the underlying principle is the pursuit of highly efficient operations and service through re-designing and centralising common processes; if a company has ......... activities across its organisation — combined with multiple bank interfaces — it will have less control and visibility over its operations.
Shared Service Centres (4)
Cập nhật:2013-04-23 Xem:36465 Level:(4)
4. There is also the desire among corporates for improved company-wide cost management, as they face increased pressure to obtain extensive cost savings from middle- and back-office operations, as well as better visibility over ......... capital.
Shared Service Centres (5)
Cập nhật:2010-11-27 Xem:17622 Level:(5)
5. While greater economies of ......... and cost efficiencies are derived from centralised processing, corporate treasurers are taking on an increasingly strategic role within the company.
Shared Service Centres (6)
Cập nhật:2010-05-25 Xem:234 Level:(6)
6. This is resulting in improved use of information and is ensuring that SSCs are becoming an essential tool that can provide visibility and transparency of ......... information across the company for the creation of value and competitive advantage.
Shared Service Centres (7)
Cập nhật:2010-00-22 Xem:218 Level:(7)
7. Harmonisation of financial infrastructures as a result of the single ......... payments area (SEPA) is also an opportunity to rationalise accounts and legal structures, and therefore derive further efficiencies from SSCs.
Shared Service Centres (9)
Cập nhật:2013-02-19 Xem:220 Level:(9)
9. Establishing an SSC and centralising functions does not necessarily mean the removal of traditional payment and collection ......... that are required by local operating companies where supplier and customer relationships are maintained.
Shared Service Centres (10)
Cập nhật:2011-11-20 Xem:224 Level:(10)
10. The rationalisation of banks and systems will lead to the concentration of risk, and in order to ......... this risk, the standardisation of interfaces and formats is absolutely critical.
Corporate Credit Cards (1)
Cập nhật:2009-00-17 Xem:237 Level:(1)
1. Vincent Eavis explains that corporate payment card usage can be divided, but not limited, into two distinct categories: general business travel and entertainment activities (T&E cards) and business ......... activities (purchasing or p-cards).
Corporate Credit Cards (2)
Cập nhật:2010-08-24 Xem:199 Level:(2)
2. T&E spending varies according to a business's needs, whereas the proportion of purchasing that is now done on p-cards rather than by traditional ......... payment methods is continuously increasing.
Corporate Credit Cards (3)
Cập nhật:2012-09-14 Xem:37798 Level:(3)
3. T&E expenses comprise the second largest controllable expense item for companies after salaries, consuming approximately 50 to 80 basis ......... of a company's revenues.
Corporate Credit Cards (4)
Cập nhật:2010-06-15 Xem:213 Level:(4)
4. For T&E cards, the balance must be ......... in full upon presentation of the statement, or within certain defined payment terms, typically around 25 days beyond statement date.
Corporate Credit Cards (5)
Cập nhật:2008-10-13 Xem:35785 Level:(5)
5. This means no money is made on ......... interest as with the consumer credit card model.
Corporate Credit Cards (6)
Cập nhật:2008-09-15 Xem:221 Level:(6)
6. These cards tend to be for travel and entertainment expenses such as air travel, hotels, rail, car hire and restaurants; the company ......... card payments on behalf of the individual cardholder, which is known as corporate liability.
Corporate Credit Cards (8)
Cập nhật:2011-03-18 Xem:205 Level:(8)
8. Typically, since corporate T&E cards are for business expenses, the preferred option to enable control should be corporate liability: the further liability extends to the individual, the less the company is going to be able to exert control and thereby ......... the potential benefits.
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