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finance, financial management, working capital, leverage, financial analysis, sources of finance, investment decisions, international financing, financial accounting
finance, financial management, working capital, leverage, financial analysis, sources of finance, investment decisions, international financing, financial accounting

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Let’s discuss ‘Standby Letter of Credit vs Bank Guarantee’, which is a common confusion in the minds of many. A standby letter of credit and a bank guarantee are actually very similar products. As a matter of fact, if we go back and look at the…
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What is an International Business? An international business involves a cross-border flow of transactions for mutual economic and commercial benefit amongst its participants. An international business encompasses movement of capital, goods, services,…
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Accounting vs. Finance is a common confusion in the minds of many. There are many areas where the roles of these two overlap and that creates all the more difficulty in creating a clear demarcation. Some think, accounting as backward-looking while the…
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Profitability Index (PI) is a capital budgeting tool which helps to decide whether to accept or reject a project. The formula of PI is PI = Present values of inflows/ present values of outflows.
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Letter of Credit Vs. Buyer’s Credit is a common confusion for many. Letter of credit and buyer’s credit are products offered by banks to facilitate international trade. Even though both facilitate international trade, both are completely different…
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Both the regular letter of credit and standby letter of credit are payment instruments used in international trade. However, there are some basic differences in the product which we will discuss in the following post – Meaning A letter of credit is a…
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Confirmed Letter of Credit – Meaning A confirmed letter of credit is a letter of credit in which the seller or exporter has payment guarantee from a second bank or a confirming bank i.e. in case the first bank fails to pay then the payment will be done by…
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A commercial letter of credit is the most common type of letter of credit in usage. In fact, it is commonly known as a regular letter of credit. Global trade is on a rise and brings its own difficulties for all the parties involved. The major difficulties…
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Profitability Ratios Advantages and disadvantages of profitability ratios is an important thing to keep in mind before utilizing these ratios in analyzing a company. The ratio analysis is one of the important fundamental…
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‘Cost of Equity Calculator (CAPM Model)’ calculates the cost of equity for a company using the formula stated in the Capital Asset Pricing Model. About Cost of Equity Cost of equity is the perceptional cost of investing equity capital in a business.…
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