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  • We can offer three unambiguous conclusions about the short-term finan - cial impact of M&A transactions: 1.

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  • Google has now gotten itself into the envi­ron­mental remote sensing game, but in aGoogle-esque way: massively, ubiq­ui­tously, compu­ta­tion­ally inten­sively, plau­sibly benignly, and with prob­able long-term finan­cial bene­fits.

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  • If it is classified as a finan - cial liability measured at amortized cost, the difference between the repurchase price and the pres - ent value of the repurchase price is amortized to profit or loss as an adjustment to interest expense using the effective interest rate method.

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  • Like many firms, moreover, they firm "address humanitarian concerns" (cited are attempting-through word and deed-to by 52 percent) .5 determine how the world could be better off because of the company's business model and While not discounting the short-term finan - resources.

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  • The capital and finan cial account, which tracks cross-border investments, posted a net outflow of $336.2 million in December, compared with a net outflow of $2.19 billion in November.

    Korea Current-Account Surplus Rises

  • In light of today's weak economy, perhaps the prosperity movement should consider focusing on finan cial literacy, personal discipline and saving for the long term, rather than emphasizing supernatural possibilities.

    Black Churches and the Prosperity Gospel

  • In contrast, annual FDI nearly doubled in the years just before the global finan cial crisis, a faster pace than the increases in foreign purchases of Indian stocks and bonds.

    Foreign Capital Shuns India

  • The government said it is designed to reflect the potential risks large banks pose to the U.K. financial system and economy, and to reduce the use of risky funding that helped trigger the finan cial crisis.

    U.K. Seeks $4 Billion a Year From Banks

  • Investors are worried that a potential collapse in property prices will bring a surge in defaults, and declining sales of land-use rights could hurt the ability of local governments 'finan cial vehicles to repay their loans, said analysts.

    Bank of China Reports 41% Rise in First-Quarter Net Profit

  • Banks want a sizable bandwidth in case the market flounders again, as the finan cial status of Ireland and other countries in Europe and lingering macroeconomic concerns keep investors cautious.

    Junk-Bond Boom Takes a Timeout

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