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What do investment banks actually do? - MoneyWeek Investment Tutorials
 
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MoneyWeek’s Tim Bennett explains what investment banks actually do- and how they earn their huge profits. MoneyWeek videos are made by MoneyWeek, the UK’s most popular financial magazine. Founded in 2000, MoneyWeek aims to provide intelligent and enjoyable commentary on the most important financial stories. It also tells you how to make money from the latest financial news. For more videos and exclusive content please visit http://moneyweek.com/video-tutorial/
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How banks create credit - MoneyWeek Investment Tutorials
 
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Tim Bennett explains how credit is created, what the 'money multiplier' is, and how fractional reserve banking works.
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What is a clearing house? - MoneyWeek Investment Tutorials
 
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Clearing houses play in important role in the financial markets. But what exactly are they and what do they do? Tim Bennett explains.
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Excel 2010 Business Math 82: Calculating Interest & Future Value For Bank Daily Interest Accounts
 
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Download file: http://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/ExcelIsFun.htm This is a Business Mathematics Class (Busn Math 135) taught by Mike excelisfun Girvin at Highline Community College. In this video learn how to calculate: 1. Calculating Interest & Future Value For Bank Daily Interest Accounts 2. See Math Formulas 3. See Excel FV Function 4. Example of savings account where we withdraw money
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Do Investment Bankers Use Google?
 
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http://insideinvestmentbanking.com - Learn How To Break Into Investment Banking If you are looking to launch a career in investment banking visit Inside Investment Banking now. Created by 5 bankers it is your one-stop shop for advice on how to get into investment banking. About this Video: This is a quick look at how google plays an important role in the daily life of every investment banking intern and investment banking analyst.
Views: 4165 BreakIntoBanking
Why Bank Equity Is Not Expensive
 
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"Quite simply, bank equity is not expensive from a social perspective, and high leverage is not required in order for banks to perform all their socially valuable functions, including lending, taking deposits, and issuing money-like securities," professors Anat R. Admati, Peter M. DeMarzo, and Paul C. Pfleiderer wrote in a paper presented at the Stanford Finance Forum. (A fourth coauthor, Martin F. Hellwig of the Max Planck Institute, was not present.) Related Links Why Bank Equity Is Not Expensive: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/news/research/admati_equity.html
Investment Accounting Manager: Job Profile
 
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John Howison talks about his role as an investment accounting manager for JP Morgan in Edinburgh. My World of Work http://myworldofwork.co.uk John came from a mechanical engineering degree at university straight to a graduate role in the financial services. In this video he says that he finds the challenge of constant problem solving and meeting client deadlines a rewarding part of his job, and says that the financial services industry is a great place to find a career which offers a range of opportunities. He says that one downside to the role can be long hours as his team's work must continue until their task is complete.
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5 Functions of Financial Intermediaries
 
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Illustration and demonstration of the 5 functions of financial intermediaries
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Clearing Process of Banks (Clearing House)
 
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For any questions, comments, suggestions prior to the Clearing Process or about this video in general, feel free to post your comments. Thank you. Copyright 2011, Angelo Gonda, et. al. A Final Project for Banking and Financial Institutions, University of Santo Tomas, College of Commerce and Business Administration, Financial Management Area. Pardon me for some pixelated parts of the video. The Chroma effect failed since I shot the footage at night time :) hope you'll learn something! Copyright 2011, Angelo Gonda, et. al.
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How to Build a Basic Financial Projection - Business Finance
 
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http://GatewayCFO.com - Building a projection or budget for your business doesn't have to be a daunting task. Understanding your goals and tracking your progress against them can be a straightforward exercise, and doesn't have to require a ton of your time. In this video, Josh Turner with Gateway CFO Solutions shows you how to build a basic projection for your company's P&L or Income Statement. Business finance doesn't have to be complicated, and this screencast will quickly get you on the road to building your own financial projections. Be sure to visit GatewayCFO.com for more finance resources and tutorials that can help you achieve your profit potential, and to download a sample Excel template of this financial projection.
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Module 2.1: Types of Investment
 
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Module 2.1: Types of Investment
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Types of Investment Vehicles - Equities, Futures and Options
 
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Types of Investment Vehicles - Equities, Futures and Options.
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Central Banking Explained (satan's monetary control) Part 1 of 2
 
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http://www.Conspiracytheorytruth.com This video is part 1 of 2 which will explain the current fraudulent banking system in use around most of the world. In the United States the central bank is called the Federal Reserve, and it's owners also have controlling interest in most other countries central banks. For my fellow Christians, this will begin to unravel the mystery of satan offering Jesus all the kingdoms of the world if he would just bow a knee to him. This scheme of collectivization and concentration of power is simply done by monetary control.
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Money #3 - Store of Value
 
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VOICE NARRATOR: Previously we saw the functions of money to be the medium of exchange and the unit of account. It is also a store of value. What does the basic idea look like, in a flowchart language? Starting from barter, we saw that money imitates the exchange value. Now let's flip it sideways to start a chain: We see that money extends the specialization of goods, while it can store part of the gains from trade. You can hold onto it, and spend it later. You can wait until you have enough to buy something big. You can save it in a bank, which lends it to a business for investment, and you can earn interest on that. So, the "standard of deferred payments" is sometimes called the fourth function of money. Money is a store of value, but it has no value in itself. It may lose value. For example, if we quickly double the amount of money in the whole economy, it will not double the amount of goods and services, it will double the prices. This is called inflation and if it is rapid, it is harmful. We will study inflation later, in macroeconomics.
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Richard Werner: Banking & The Economy
 
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Banks have a pivotal function in the economy, they are the main creators of the money supply. In granting or issuing so called 'loans' to their customers they create the money that is essential to make the modern economy work. In fact says Prof Werner: 'there is no such thing as a bank loan' he says what happens is credit creation, when banks make the money (credit ) needed out of nothing. He explains how the system works, whereby, from a miniscule deposit of funds a huge amount of money is created.
Views: 24054 Charles Bazlinton
Central Bank Credit Control Function
 
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Visit- www.edunirvana.com, to know more about our latest product- Economics Lab! (Fastest and surest way to learn Economics!) This video consists of small snippets of story called no money island. This story is designed to be most innovative, efficient and effective way to learn basic concepts of Macroeconomics In this 3.28 minutes video learner will learn about Central Bank Credit Control Function. In this story we have explained 100's of concepts like this. In this story the learner would see how king and his ministers have evolved the island's inefficient economy from an arcane barter system to robust and thriving economy by introducing the concepts of money, financial system, central bank and consumer price index. The Story also shows how this island started trading with other nearby islands to harness its competitive advantage, how it evolved its exchange rate and balance of payment, how it started measuring economy's health and how it started differentiating between real and nominal values.
Views: 26820 Ashutosh Seth
Investment.wmv
 
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The investment function
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Banks Minimal Capital
 
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Financial institutions are racing to beat a deadline set by the government to raise their minimum capital requirements. Under the directive issued 3years ago all operators ranging from commercial banks, mortgage finance institutions, stockbrokers and investment banks were required to raise their minimum share capital by between 50million shillings to 1billion shillings within 2 to 3 years effective 1st July 2008.CFC Stanbic financial services is the latest institution to comply with the new requirement after it increased its capital levels to 250million shillings. Denis Otieno reports.
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Investment Banking Resume Screening
 
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http://insideinvestmentbanking.com - Learn How To Break Into Investment Banking About this Video: This is a quick look at how investment banks will screen your resume, including the who, how and why.
Views: 2098 BreakIntoBanking
Bank Instruments, from A-Z
 
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Bank Instrument funding and trading can earn high yields for investors and private placement traders. Earn your knowledge on "BANK INSTRUMENTS" in this video.
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Financial Management - Lecture 01
 
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finance, financial management, Brigham, CFO, financial decision, corporate finance, business finance, financial economics, financial markets, financial institutions, financial institutions, financial instruments, securities, financial assets, financial system, money markets, capital markets, money-market instruments, capital-market instruments, banking, investments, portfolio management, portfolio theory, security analysis, behavioral finance, personal finance, public finance, proprietorship, partnership, corporation, retained earnings, dividends, profit maximization, wealth, shareholder wealth, market price, share price, value, fundamental value, intrinsic value, true value, discounted value, fundamental value, risk, true risk, perceived risk,
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Economics: Investment Demand
 
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http://www.mindbites.com/lesson/7593 for full video. For a full video Economics course, you'll want to click through to http://www.mindbites.com/series/1078-economics-full-course. Also be sure to check out http://www.mindbites.com/category/46-economics for other video lessons on Economics topics and concepts.
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Investment Banking Resume - Work Experience Mistake
 
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http://insideinvestmentbanking.com - Learn How To Break Into Investment Banking About this Video: This is a quick look at the number one mistake students make when writing about their work experience on their investment banking resume.
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Basic Banking Concepts
 
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Basic Banking Concepts David Shindler
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The History of Strategy in Commercial Banking - Ken Wilcox (Silicon Valley Bank)
 
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"Tech companies deposit about seven times the amount that they borrow. And at Silicon Valley Bank, recalls CEO Ken Wilcox, the methodology his venture has used to invest these excess deposits is a micro-history of commercial banking itself. Learn the lessons of the bank's lending in the 1980's to 1990's, and its investment in real estate developers and under-served niche markets. Learn also how these plans failed to provide financial stability long-term."
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The Theory of Central Banking | Robert P. Murphy
 
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Bob Murphy presented this sample lecture from the Mises Academy's latest online Economic history course, "Anatomy of the Fed," on 16 January 2011. PowerPoint slides are available for download, here: http://bit.ly/gG6tpE Visit the Mises Academy at http://academy.mises.org Music by Kevin MacLeod.
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Types of Fixed Deposits
 
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Investment Banking Internship Resume vs The Rest
 
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http://insideinvestmentbanking.com - Learn How To Break Into Investment Banking About this Video: This is a quick look at the difference between an investment banking internship resume and a normal resume.
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M&A Services Overview
 
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CMF's managing directors discuss CMF's M&A advisory function, including an outbound calling team, relationships with hundreds of boutique investment banks and quality deal flow for their network of PE funds.
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How to Put Money into an ATM - Fill your ATM Machine with Cash
 
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This is a tutorial on how to load cash in a Triton ATM machine with a TDM dispenser. This ATM is managed by http://www.atmdepot.com. Visit us to find out how you can make more money! Some important steps show how to remove dog ears from bills, check the reject tray and tell the ATM machine how many bills you put in. Includes trial cassette balance and other functions necessary to monitor your ATM online using the ATMdepot.com online monitoring service. If you're interested in learning more about the ATM business, what a typical investment would be and what the ROI is, we welcome your calls. You can visit our web site for details or call us at 888-959-2269 to speak with a team professional.
Banks to collect NSSF Contributions
 
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The National Social Security Fund announced it will cede the function of collecting contributions from subscribing companies to standard chartered bank. The fund currently collects over 30 billion shillings every month.
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How Banks Create Credit.avi
 
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How Banks Create Credit and Fractional Reserve Banking explained.
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International Banking Seminar: Students' Experience
 
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http://www.essec.edu | For nearly 15 years, the "International Banking Seminar" enables international financial actors to meet and recruit ESSEC students. This job fair is a privileged moment for students who want to join a bank or take up financial functions. Students share their experience and discuss the benefit of meeting bank's representatives. You can display the english subtitles of the video by clicking on "cc" below the player More information : http://www.essec.edu/discover-essec/corporate-relations/recruiting-our-students.html
MProfit: PPF and EPF investments
 
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Easily manage and track your PPF/EPF investments. We show you an existing PPF, how to enter a new PPF and reports you can create to view your PPF/EPF investments. MProfit is an easy to use personal desktop Portfolio Management Software for Indian retail investors and Non-Resident Indians (NRIs). It allows you to take control of your investments such as stocks, MFs, ULIPs, insurance policies, property, gold and many other asset classes. And does it securely, since all your financial data is saved locally on your computer. http://mprofit.in
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Roger Garrison on the Case Against Central Banking
 
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Speaking at the Future of Freedom 5th Anniversary Conference on September 24, 1994, Roger Garrison, professor of economics at Auburn University, explores critiques of central banking from a number of perspectives. He summarizes the history of central banking, as well as the battle between the Keynesians, the monetarists (such as Milton Friedman), and the Austrians (including Murray Rothbard). Garrison's talk is a great and accessible introduction to central banking and monetary policy. Download an .mp3 version of this lecture here: http://bit.ly/xnzofo
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Investment Demand Graph in relation to Aggregate Demand
 
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Tutorial on the Investment Demand Graph as related to Aggregate Demand
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Functions and Role of IEG in Evaluating Private Sector Projects
 
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This is short video interview about the role and functions of the Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) in evaluating private sector development projects implemented by the World Bank Group. Learn how lessons from evaluations can positively impact projects, and lead to poverty alleviation.
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Private Bullion Banking
 
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Online Banking
 
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Banking used to be a tremendous hassle. Just a few years ago, you'd have to rush to your bank, hoping to make it before closing time. The Internet has made banking extremely convenient. You can check your balance, transfer funds, and even monitor your stocks and investments in real-time. But with that convenience comes risk. After all, what would a criminal want more than easy access to your money? You probably already have online banking set up. Here are some simple tips to remember to help keep you—and your money—safe. -Always type in the URL of your financial institution. Phishing attacks often contain deceiving links that send you to fraudulent websites that look and function exactly like the real ones. Typing in your bank's URL manually ensures you are visiting the true site. -Use the secure connection to your financial institution. Most banks automatically take you to their secured site. If not, try using "https" when typing in the URL. Your web browser may even display a lock icon that tells you your connection is secure. -Create strong, unique passwords for each of your online accounts. We've created a video on how to do that at the Security Matters website. -Don't conduct online banking at a public computer. Use your home desktop or laptop to make your transactions or check balances. -And finally, and perhaps the simplest tip of all, remember to log out when you're finished. Always find the "Log out" option on your bank's website and click it when exiting. Online banking is convenient and efficient. With these simple tips, you can make it a safe experience as well. For more help on protecting yourself and your data online, visit our website, at www.securitymatters.iu.edu.
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Financial modeling using excel
 
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Financial modeling is widely used by equity research analyst, investment bankers, finance managers, investors and many other professional associated with any kind of strategic research work. An one who wants to make his career in Investment and finance must do this course. credits: www.iplanonline.in
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How to calculate loan payments in Excel | lynda.com tutorial
 
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This Excel tutorial shows how to calculate the principal and interest payments of a loan. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Excel-2010-tutorials/Financial-Functions-in-Depth/83199-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-83199-0102 This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter one of the Excel 2010: Financial Functions in Depth course presented by lynda.com author Curt Frye. The complete Excel 2010: Financial Functions in Depth course has a total duration of 2 hours and 20 minutes, and explores dozens of functions for evaluating cash flows, calculating depreciation, determining rates of return, and much more Excel 2010: Financial Functions in Depth table of contents: Introduction 1. Analyzing Loans, Payments, and Interest 2. Calculating Depreciation 3. Determining Values and Rates of Return 4. Calculating Bond Coupon Dates and Security Durations 5. Calculating Security Prices and Yields 6. Calculating Prices and Yields of Securities with Odd Periods Conclusion
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Ex 1:  Compounded Interest Formula - Quarterly
 
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This video provides an example of compounded interest. Interest is compounded quarterly. Library: http://mathispower4u.com Search by Topic: http://mathispower4u.wordpress.com
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Crisis In North Africa - Affect On Investment
 
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(www.abndigital.com) Sustainable Capital, an independent fund manager focussing on Africa, say that the crisis in North Africa did not adversely affect investment there. Joining us in our Cape Town studio is Greg Barker, Director of Sustainable Capital
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GDP Basics of Expenditure Approach
 
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Visit- www.edunirvana.com, to know more about our latest product- Economics Lab! (Fastest and surest way to learn Economics!) This video consists of small snippets of story called no money island. This story is designed to be most innovative, efficient and effective way to learn basic concepts of Macroeconomics In this 7 minutes video learner will learn about concept of GDP. In this story we have explained 100's of concepts like this. In this story the learner would see how king and his ministers have evolved the island's inefficient economy from an arcane barter system to robust and thriving economy by introducing the concepts of money, financial system, central bank and consumer price index. The Story also shows how this island started trading with other nearby islands to harness its competitive advantage, how it evolved its exchange rate and balance of payment, how it started measuring economy's health and how it started differentiating between real and nominal values.
Views: 158703 Ashutosh Seth
What the World Economic Crisis Teaches About Capitalism 1
 
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Joseph Patrick of the German Marxist quarterly GegenStandpunkt Lecture and Discussion in San Francisco, California September 3, 2009 www.ruthlesscriticism.com http://www.gegenstandpunkt.com/english/en_index.html Unfortunately, what the overwhelming majority has learned from the recent collapse of the financial sector and the general breakdown of business is how much they need the success of banks and business in general. The worse things get for them in this crisis-stricken economy, the more they are convinced that basically everything in the capitalist system is their means for making a living -- including bank profits, booming stock markets and even complex derivatives. Faced with capital's failure to grow and with the malfunctioning enrichment of the rich, the masses and the elite demand that all of that be made to function again. The public's initial outrage at the machinations of investment banks has long since turned into the hope that these greedy speculators get back on their feet again and do business in a more stable fashion. Meanwhile, capitalists are rescuing their property and protecting their profits by passing on the damages to their employees, sacking them and exposing them to greater deprivation. And the victims -- they accept that sacrifices will have to be made in order for "our" economy to get off the ground again. For those on the democratic left, the crisis has confirmed their doubts about the beneficence of "the market" and its capacity to ensure the greatest good for the greatest number. They demand more state regulation, perhaps even the nationalization of certain banks and key industries, so that "the economy" can function more reliably! For the more radical left, capitalism's real flaw is that it is prone to crises; without them, one wonders whether they would have anything to criticize about it. In drawing these lessons from the collapse of finance and the subsequent "great recession," both these groups show disregard for the lessons that the crisis itself is teaching. All the more reason to raise some critical questions: --What sort of an economy is this, if failed speculation in the most remote spheres of finance brings production to a halt and radically increases the poverty of the masses? --What sort of a society is this, if banks are its most crucial element? What do unprecedented government bailouts of the banks reveal about the wealth of modern nations? --What sort of a world economy is this, if a nation's standing is determined by its ability to successfully uphold its collapsed financial sector? Every nation knows that crises are times of dramatic shifts in terms of national wealth and power and they all are eager to take advantage of "the worst crisis since 1929" to revise the global "balance of power." The answers to these questions suggest that the capitalist system doesn't deserve to get back on its feet, but to be abolished. The domination of capital reveals its absurdity and brutality all the more in times of economic crisis, when the expansion of capital -- because it doesn't succeed -- strangles the entire material life-process of society.
Views: 800 Phillip Gioan
Case Study - what you can take to the bank(Primary Functions of a bank).mpg
 
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Case study - what you can take to the bank(Primary functions of a bank), demonstrated at Sheikh Zayed Islamic Centre, University of Karachi in PGD (Second Semester) program for the subject Case Studies for Islamic Banking Institutions. A presentation on "Organizational Structures in Islamic Banking Institutions and functions of a bank and their Job Descriptions" assigned by Mr. Abdul Jabbar Karimi from HMB Bank Limited.
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Investing concepts - compound returns
 
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Looking into the claims made by internet investing gurus...and why they appear to be questionable!! Reason 1 compound returns. If your investment guru, calculated from their claimed (and often unsupported claims) returns, made enough to be the wealthiest man on the plannet perhaps there's more to this story than mets the eye.
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Prof. Eric de Keuleneer: From Big Bang to Black Hole
 
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From Big Bang to Black Hole: How the Financial System Became a Parasite, then a Vampire, and How to Reverse the Process Eric De Keuleneer, Economics Professor at Solvay Business School, former Member of the Belgian Surveillance Board of the Financial and Insurance Commission "Rescuing Civilization From The Brink" International Schiller Institute conference Rüsselsheim, Germany July 2-3, 2011 http://schiller-institut.de/seiten/2011/konferenz-zivilisation-retten.html TRANSCRIPT: Good morning ladies and gentlemen, I have a few slides prepared. I hope they will come soon. I'm very happy to be with you this morning. I'm going to try to discuss with you the present state of our financial system and what can be learned from what is happening and where we hopefully could go with some effort. To start with, I think it's worth reminding precisely how (interrupted by technician) The last great financial crisis we had was in the 1920s and, in the 1920s, if the Glass-Steagall came into being, it was after substantial analysis and examination of what had caused the crisis of the Great Depression of the 1930s and it was recognized that the main reason for that depression had been the financial excesses of the 1920s. And those financial excesses concentrate on, first of all, on the weakening of deposit taking banks which had been taking too much risk with depositor's money, and secondly on substantial conflicts of interest of the various type of finance companies. Therefore, what is globally known as the "Glass-Steagall system" provided first of all that banks that took deposits became very limited in the kinds of risks they could take, and secondly, that various banking functions had to be separated. Thus, the so-called investment banks, who would advise issuers of securities, had to be separated not only from commercial banks, but also from the broking activities --the brokers were advising investors-- and also of trust banks which were holding the securities in custody. ... More: http://schiller-institut.de/seiten/2011/ruesselsheim/20110702-de-keuleneer.html
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SQL  months_between function, lesson 36.35e40,
 
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truncate function in SQL
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