Month: June 2020

Solvency Ratios vs. Liquidity Ratios: An Overview Solvency and liquidity are both terms that refer to an enterprise’s state of financial health, but with some notable differences. Solvency refers to an enterprise’s capacity to meet its long-term financial commitments. Liquidity refers to an enterprise’s ability to pay short-term obligations—the term also refers to a company’s
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Investors have been “doubling down” on sustainability over the last quarter — and sustainable funds have actually outperformed the broader market, according to an analyst at BNP Paribas Asset Management. That’s a departure from historical precedents where people shifted their focus from sustainability to near-term profits in tough times, Gabriel Wilson-Otto, head of stewardship, Asia
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Bitcoin is one of the most popular cryptocurrencies out there, and it continues growing each year. The digital currency world has become popular for online transactions and enhanced security. However, some remain skeptical. Goldman Sachs recently held a briefing with investors where leaders discussed the crypto world with clients. The results, though, were not what
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Lucy Dadayan, a senior research associate for the State and Local Finance Initiative at the Urban Institute, described the sale tax decline as alarming and a preview of what is expected to be a more dramatic drop when the May data becomes available. Tax revenues declined in 46 states by an average of 49.4% in
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President Donald Trump vowed to send soldiers on to US streets to tackle the worst unrest the country has seen in decades unless mayors and governors took stronger action against the demonstrations that have erupted in the wake of the death of George Floyd. “We are ending the riots and lawlessness, that has spread throughout
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The gross profit margin is helpful in determining how well a company is generating revenue from the costs involved in producing their goods and services. The gross profit margin is the percentage of revenue that exceeds the cost of goods sold (COGS). The higher the percentage, the more efficient the company’s management is in generating profit for every dollar of the direct costs involved. Key
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President Donald Trump on Monday warned US governors to crack down on protests sparked by the death of George Floyd, calling them “weak” as he vowed to clamp down “very strong” in Washington. “You have to dominate, if you don’t dominate you’re wasting your time,” Mr Trump said, according to CBS News, which obtained a
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You know that the stock market provides an opportunity to make money, but you aren’t quite sure how investors know when to buy and sell. Or maybe you’ve heard terms like “noise trader” or “arbitrage trader,” and you want to know more about them. Either way, an overview of some of the most common types of
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The novelist William Faulkner said: “The past is not dead. It is not even past.” The past 72 hours of burning US cities triggered parallels with 1968 — a year of urban white flight that ended with the election of Richard Nixon. He won on a law-and-order platform that appealed implicitly to white anxiety. Donald
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Investors should become familiar with bond pricing conventions. Bonds do not trade like stocks. The pricing mechanisms that cause changes in the bond market are not nearly as intuitive as seeing a stock or mutual fund rise in value. Bonds are loans; when you purchase a bond, you are making a loan to the issuing
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