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Week 2

Week 2

Week 2 . The Foreign Exchange Markets Spot quotes, bid-ask spreads, triangular arbitrage. Forward rates. Spot and Forward Markets. Spot market: Buying and selling of f/x with settlement in 2 business days. Forward markets: Settlement occurs at some future date. F/X Rate Quotes.

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Exchange Rate Determination

Exchange Rate Determination

Exchange Rate Determination. International Business (MB 40). Outline. Defining Exchange Rate Measuring Exchange Rate Movements Appreciation/Depreciation of a currency Exchange Rate Equilibrium Factors that influence Exchange Rate Movements.

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Expressing as a Percentage

Expressing as a Percentage

Expressing as a Percentage. Remember. Fraction → Percentage? 4 / 5. 4 ÷ 5. X 100. 80%. 0.8. Basic example. 17 out of 40 hens are happy What percentage is this? Get Fraction →Decimal → Percentage. 17 / 40. 0.425. 42.5%. Percentage Depreciation (decrease).

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Starter Questions 22/02/11

Starter Questions 22/02/11

Write the following as a fraction & a decimal :- 32% b. 63% c. 81% 2. Calculate the following :- a. 4% of £12 b. 18% of £8.50 c. 45% of £80. Starter Questions 22/02/11. 22/02/11. Calculating Percentages. Learning Intention. To be able to calculate % increase and decrease.

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Depreciation

Depreciation

Depreciation. Our purpose in studying depreciation is to understand its impact on taxes so that this impact can be included in our economic analysis. What are the tax effects on the cash flow diagram?. Depreciation.

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Depreciation

Depreciation

Depreciation . www.renos.com.au | info@renos.com.au | 1300 550 656. What is Depreciation?. Hidden cash flow for property investors As buildings get older items wear out – they go down in value You can get a tax benefit for this! You can’t claim depreciation for your PPOR.

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Depreciation

Depreciation

Depreciation. Depreciation – the reduction in value of an asset. Used to reflect remaining value of an asset over its useful life. Book Depreciation – used by corporations for internal financial accounting Tax Depreciation – use in tax calculations in accordance to government regulations.

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Depreciation

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Depreciation

Depreciation

Depreciation. Georgia CTAE Resource Network Instructional Resources Office Written by: Dr. Marilynn K. Skinner May 2009. LEARNING GOALS. Define, classify, account for cost of fixed assets. Compute depreciation using straight-line, units-of-production, declining balance.

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Depreciation

Depreciation

Depreciation. Loss in value from any cause Dis-utility Difference between contribution to market value and cost as though new of the improvements. Wayne Foss, MBA, MAI, CRE Foss Consulting Group Email: wfoss@fossconsult.com. Depreciation. Cost As If New as of the date of appraisal

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Depreciation

Depreciation

Depreciation. Adjusting for Fixed Assets. Depreciation. Allocation of the cost of a fixed asset over the time it is used to earn revenue Part of the cost of purchasing a fixed asset is an expense of every period where it is used

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Depreciation

Depreciation

Refers to decrease in value of an asset w/time. Important for 2 Reasons:. Info must be provided to shareholders. Income tax consequences (our main concern ). Depreciation. Thus, depreciation(D) reduces taxes by an. amt equal to depreciation times the tax rate.

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