Archive for September 8th, 2018

How do leverage ratios help to regulate how much banks lend or invest?

Learn what leverage ratios mean for banks, how regulators restrict leverage, and what impact ratios have on a bank's ability to lend or invest.

In what situations does it benefit a company to buy back outstanding shares?

Learn about the reasons a company may choose to buy back its outstanding shares, such as reducing the cost of capital and inflating financial metrics.

Which investments have the highest historical returns?

Stocks are historically considered the best investment in terms of rate of return, outperforming other instruments, including bonds.

How can I calculate a bond’s coupon rate in Excel?

Find out how to use Microsoft Excel to calculate the coupon rate of a bond using its par value and the amount and frequency of its coupon payments.

Corbyn RESPONDS to Blair’s ‘Labour has lost’ quip – by citing RISE in party MEMBERSHIP



FOLLOWING the former Prime Minister’s comment that Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party had “lost”, the embattled leader responded by batting off the anti-Semitism row, instead concentrating on the general election rise in party membership.

A villain or ‘just our Boris’? MP’s town divided over looming divorce

With the former foreign secretary’s private life on the front pages again, his constituents discuss whether he can – or should – still make No 10

The constituents of Uxbridge and South Ruislip say they haven’t seen much of their MP, Boris Johnson, since he won the seat in 2015. He’s “been busy doing other things”, said one local, wryly pointing to his copy of the Sun, open over a full English breakfast at Betty’s Cafe.

Electrician Steve O’Brien said he didn’t much care for the way that news that Johnson and his wife, barrister Marina Wheeler, are divorcing made front-page news after details of their separation and his affair with “a blonde Tory aide” were published by the paper this week.

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‘We have NO INTEREST in hard Brexit’ Germany issues warning to UK over exit from bloc



GERMANY has warned the UK it has “no interest” in a hard Brexit, but conceded such a scenario can’t be totally ruled out.
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