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  • The debate was once again revived as Crisil FundService, the mutual fund research arm of rating agency CRISIL, put out a report on Tuesday about the return of retail investors to equity funds. ‘‘ Equity funds saw interest returning from individual investors as they witnessed net inflows of Rs 13 billion, for the first time after five months.

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  • If I can set up a fixed interest equity loan along with a Life policy whose floor ROR covers the Equity loan after the tax deduction it seems like I should do it, no? even a 1% ROR is better than 0%.

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  • Estimated Estimated Sensitivity analysis 2008 effects on effects on net income equity EUR millions Immediate change of Equity increase 20\% 354 536

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  • Mezzanine sive (loss) equity Deficit income Equity

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  • Legislation may be dictated by equity, if that last word be used to indicate some standard of right and wrong to which its enactments happen to be adjusted; but then these enactments are indebted for their binding force to the authority of the legislature and not to that of the principles on which the legislature acted; and thus they differ from rules of Equity, in the technical sense of the word, which pretend to a paramount sacredness entitling them at once to the recognition of the courts even without the concurrence of prince or parliamentary assembly.

    Ancient Law Its Connection to the History of Early Society

  • 4.4.5 Improve equity and justice in relation to stakeholders Equity and justice in relation to stakeholders means the design promoting and enhancing fair and just relation (outside the enterprise): within the partnerships, up-stream, down-stream and in the community where the offer takes place.

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  • To make it simple, the term Equity means ownership in a business.

    Ron Paul Wins! | Campaign for Liberty at the Daily Paul - Blog

  • The next instrumentality by which the adaptation of law to social wants is carried on I call Equity, meaning by that word any body of rules existing by the side of the original civil law, founded on distinct principles and claiming incidentally to supersede the civil law in virtue of a superior sanctity inherent in those principles.

    Ancient Law Its Connection to the History of Early Society

  • Equity is a component of wealth, and wealth (I believe) is included in any calculation of the national savings rate.

    Consumption Tax?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Such options are known as “LEAPS” (for “Long-term Equity Anticipation Securities”).

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