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I am an advisor to the US Federal Trade Administration in charge of doing background research that will be used for trade negotiations by policy makers. The US is in the process of engaging in negotiations with countries in Middle and South America to explore expansion of the North American Free Trade Agreement [NAFTA]. I ha
Pelican Point financial group's clientele consists of two types of investors. The first type of investor makes many transactions in a given year and has a net worth of over $1 million. These investors seek unlimited access to investments consultants and are willing to pay up to $10,000 annually for no fee based transactions, or
A) What are some of the global implications for 1).Limited Liability Corporation 2).Joint venture 3).Franchise b) Steps to format a Franchise c) Who is financial liable on a Franchise? d) What are some of the tax benefit for a franchise corporation?
Assuming payments are made at the end of each year, what is the annual payment required to retire a $50,000 loan with a term of 5 years and an interest rate of 10%
Question 3 &&& Assuming payments are made at the end of each year, what is the annual payment required to retire a $50,000 loan with a term of 5 years and an interest rate of 10%; how much of this payment represents interest at the end of year 1? a. $8,189.87; $5,000 b. $13,189.87; $5,000 c. $13,189.87; $8,1
Imports Endanger Consumer's Food Safety Beef imports have only a one percent testing by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The food safety has become a risk because of beef products being imported from Canada and other countries. Mad Cow disease cases found in the Canadian beef supply; not detectable in ani
The problem of determining what goods and services society should produce a. exists because we can produce more than we need or want b. exists because they are not enough resources to provide all the goods and services that people want to purchase c. would not exist if all goods and service were scarce d. Would not exist if
1) All else being equal, which of the following factors are likely to cause an increase in the firms per-share dividend? a. An increase in its net income. b. The company increases the proportion of equity financing in its target capital structure. c. An increase in the number of profitable projects that it w
Thompson Inc plans to issue preferred stock with a perpetual annual dividend of $2 per share and a par value of $25. If the required return on this stock is currently 8%, what should be the stock?s market value? a. $22.00 b. $23.00 c. $24.00 d. $25.00 e. $26.00 Companies A and B each reported th
I would like some assistance in answering these questions in as much detail as possible so that I can understand the concepts associated wit this topic. Thanks.
1. Ms. Smith longs 1 XYZ Feb. 40 Call @ 3 and hold it it to expiration. Assuming no transaction costs, analyze this investment in terms of possible profit or loss. Draw a payoff diagram. 2. Ms. Smith writes 10 BETA Jan. 40 put @ 4. The put is exercised when the stock is trading at 38. Ms. Smith immediately sells the stocks in
1. A currency trader has compiled the following currency quotes: USD/EUR ($/Euro USD/GBP ($/£) JPY/USD (¥) Spot rate $1.2139 $1.7730 115.674 6-month forward rate $1.2067 $1.7894 114.867 Which of the following statements regarding currencies is CORRECT
I have found that Singapore currently has a very stable economy. Also, the US-Singapore Trade Agreement has eliminated the trade barriers. I feel that the economic performance of the country is great and should not have any impact on shipping wine to Singapore. Do you agree?
I need help with the following: Is there a certain protocol that US companies must follow when advertising in Singapore? I understand that advertisements cannot contain any hype. On the other hand, can U.S. companies do cold calling, radio advertising, newspaper advertising, or mass mailings in Singapore. I would think that t
What jobs are created through free trade and what jobs are lost when countries restrict free trade? Explain how it is possible that protectionist policies create more unemployment than free trade. Identify the areas in which the U.S. applies protectionist policies. How do the protectionist policies impact relationships
Unfortunately, I do not know how Standard & Poor creates the stock market index. I do not know what would be a good index or a weak one. Can anyone either explain this concept or direct me to a website that would explain this?
I am studying for the CLEP. I found the attached questions on the net, but no answers to go with them. 1. Economics is a social science because it a. rigorously and systematically examines human behavior b. it not as scientific as physics c. uses historical data instead of mathematical data d. uses statistics instead of
Why would the US be in favor of tariffs in the early 1800s and be generally (steel tariffs aside) in favor of lowering tariffs today?