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Say you are an analyst with an investment management company and are asked to evaluate the following valuation methods as to the most appropriate for a possible venture index composed of dot.com ...

 How many prefer to take more risk in the stock market?
I hate boring so I tend to risk a lot more ...I survived the nasty bear plunge of 65% and now because of the risk I am made it all back plus! higher risk for those who can take it is well worth it. ...

 What is the best site to invest in the stock market with?
Meaning... What one rips you off the least? I know some that charge $30.00 per transaction, and I think that is ridiculous. Thanks......

 What is the stamp duty payable on share transfers in India. Is it 0.25% or 0.50% of the market value?

 How old must you be to buy stock?

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 is it true that the uk will go into the euro currency between now and the next five years?

 i want to know how much in euros equivalent to 2.5m dollars?

 How can I start trading in stocks in the UK?
I am currently living outside the UK but I would love to trade in the UK FTSE (and other UK) stock market. Please can somebody tell me the steps to follow in making this a reality?

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 Need help calculating the wacc of DLB?
Any help would be greatly appreciated....

 Can you judge which way a stocks price will swing by the cost of the call to the cost of the put strike surrou
nding the present price of the underlying security? So that if the security of stock price lay equally between the call and the put surrounding that it should cost the same for either a call or put ...

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US foreclosures up 24 percent in 1st quarter

In the first quarter of this year the amount of people on the verge of losing their homes grew by 24 per cent, according to data released Thursday.

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Yahoo profits collapse 78%: 700 workers to be laid off

Yahoo! reported a collapse in its first-quarter profits by 78 per cent as advertisers reign in on spending amig the economic crisis. The search giant also stated it would cut its workforce by 700 or 5% of its workforce.

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Caterpillar reports first quarterly loss in 17 years

Caterpillar reported its first quarterly loss in 17 years on Tuesday, amid plunging sales and the cost of laying off thousands of workers.

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Apple secretly slashed 1600 retail jobs

Apples’s latest quarter earnings this week, revealead the loss of 1,600 full-time Apple Store employees.

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Ford posts $1.4 Billion 1Q loss; 40% decline in sales

Friday, Ford MOtor Co. reported a steep $1.4 Billion loss for this year’s first quarter, compared with a profit a year ago. The posted loss was “justified” by a decrease in sales and unfavourable foreign exchange in light of an “extremely difficult” business... Read More

GM to cut 21,000 jobs in the US

General Motors announced Monday it will cut 21,000 jobs and phase out its Pontiac brand by 2010 as a part of a restructuring plan.

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U.S. GDP contracts 6.1 per cent 1Q

The U.S. economy has contracted 6.1 per cent in the first quarter¬†as the U.S. Commerce Department’s latest report unveiled on Wednesday.

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US automaker Chrysler files for bankruptcy

U.S. President Barack Obama announced that America’s third-largest automaker, Chrysler, will file for bankruptcy. The automaker will continue to operate and merge with Italian car maker Fiat.

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MasterCard profit falls 18 per cent

The credit card giant MasterCard Incorporated (MA) announced Friday that its first quarter profits fell 18 per cent on a year on year basis, but that they were still on track to beat analyst estimates.

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Washington Post reports Q1 loss: ad sales decline

The Washington Post Co., reported Friday a first-quarter net loss¬†of $19.5 Friday as earnings came in below Wall street’s estimates.

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Chevron sees profits collapse 64% on lower oil prices

The oil giant Chevron Corporation (CVX) announced Firday that its first-quarter profit collapsed 64% from the previous year, mainly due to heavily decreased oil and gas prices.

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US auto sales collapse to 30-year lows

April auto sales in the US released Friday, unveiled a continuing decline as the economic crisis continues to take its toll on the auto industry.

Car makers post sales drops

Toyota Motor sales drop 41 per cent

Nissan Motor sales drop 38 per cent

Ford Motor sales drop 32... Read More

Hotel occupancy in Hawaii at 22-year low

Occupancy at Hawai’i hotels sank to a more than two-decade¬†low in March, with about one-third of all hotel rooms empty, according to the latest monthly survey of visitor accommodations reports The Honolulu Advertiser.

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491,000 US private sector jobs lost in April

The private sector in the United States shed 491,000 jobs in the month of April, according to the latest ADP Employer Services survey results released on Wednesday.

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US unemployment hits 8.9 % as 539000 jobs lost

The U.S. Labor Department on Friday announced that non-farm jobs decreased by 539,000 in April bringing the unemployment rate up to 8.9%, the highest since late 1983. Private sector unemployment rose by 611,000 jobs.

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U.S. home prices fall 14% in first quarter

U.S. home prices fell the most on record in the first quarter from the previous year, as banks flooded the market with foreclosed properties and short sales.

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U.S. foreclosures spike 32 percent in April

The number of U.S. households under foreclosure spiked 32 per cent in April compared with April 2008, reaching a record for the second consecutive month. 342,000 households received at least one foreclosure filing notice in April, according to RealtyTrac, Inc.

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US economy shrinks 5.7% in Q1

The US economy contracted 5.7 per cent during the first quarter as the recession continues to bite. The latest readings released Friday, by the US Commerce Department updated the figure on GDP to slightly less than 6.1 per cent annualized decline which had been previously estimated last month.<... Read More

GM heads for bankruptcy

After months of back and forth and huge amounts of uncertainty, the future for GM appears to be heading towards bankruptcy. The mammoth car marker is expected to file for bankruptcy on Monday.

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532,000 private sector jobs shed in May: ADP

The ADP private sector jobs report for May released Wednesday, showed 532,000 jobs shed during the month of May, after a revised 491,000 job loss in April.

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US Unemployment Rate Hits 25-Year High

The unemployment rate in the US has soared from 8.9 percent in April to 9.4 per cent in May, according to the latest figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the US Labor Department.

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May sees over 300,000 foreclosures in the US

US foreclosure filings reached 321,480 properties in May and may reach 1.8 million by the first half of the year, according to RealtyTrac Inc. latest report Wednesday.

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$1.3 trillion in American wealth wiped out in 1Q

The US saw its household wealth lose $1.33 trillion in the first three months of the year as the recession took its toll on stock portfolios and home values.

Homes values dropped 2.4% to $17.9 trillion and stock holdings collapsed 5.8% to $5.2 trillion.

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Theme park operator, Six Flags files for Chapter 11

Six Flags, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Saturday morning. The company operates 20 amusement parks throughout the United States.

The Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection filing, comes as the company “needs to reorganize and shed $1.8 billion ... Read More

Billionaire Soros says worst of global crisis is “behind us”

Billionaire George Soros says the worst of the global financial crisis is over. The 78-year-old American has been a big commentator on the developments leading up to the global financial crisis, already back in November 2007, when he issued a warning about the credit crunch as well as in January... Read More

MySpace to slash 300 international jobs

The social networking site MySpace has plans to lay off 300¬†of its 450 international employees, the company said Tuesday morning. The company is stepping up its efforts to cut costs with 700 of it’s 1,800 total employees being laid off.

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Madoff sentenced to 150-year prison term

Bernard Madoff, who defrauded investors out of billions of dollars, has been sent to prison for the rest of his life.

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US jobless rate soars to 9.5 per cent, 26-year high

467,000 people lost their job in June according to the latest figures released Thursday, by the U.S. Labor Department, leaving a total of 14.7 million people without a job in June.

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Consumer delinquencies hit new highs in the US

Credit card and home-equity delinquencies have soared to record levels as Americans struggle to cope with decreasing income, household wealth and collapsing investments, the American Bankers Association said on Tuesday.

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Southwest Airlines traffic drop, less empty seats

Southwest Airlines announced Tuesday a 2.1 per cent drop in air traffic, measured in revenue passenger miles or RPMs, for the month of June. RPMs dropped to 6.7 billion over a 6.9 billion a year earlier.

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