a reduction in exports
The retail priceindex of a country rose during a year from 200 to 240.
Whatwas the annual rate of inflation?
India has a more evenly distributed income than China but a greater proportion of its population
reflected in stock prices. Therefore, he did not try to convince the client to stay on the safe side and hang on to the debt instruments in her portfolio. What happened next demonstrated that both he and his client were right (more on market turnarounds in section 7.5).
7.5 Building up the...
pressing need to take uncomfortable decisions
given adequate earnings. We believe significantly worse numbers will
be needed before restructuring gets serious.
Contrary to what might have been expected, increases in raw material
prices over the past two years have brought about margin expansion...
pair of tennis shoes probably would not buy that pair of shoes if just anyone could buy them. Therefore, if that $200 pair of shoes was priced at $35, the shoe company may lose the elitist clients in exchange for the price-conscious consumer. Sales may be equally low at both price extremes if people...
up and down volatility.
The P/E ratio (price-to-earnings ratio) of a stock (also called its "earnings
multiple", or simply "multiple", "P/E", or "PE") is a measure of the price paid
for a share relative to the annual income or profit earned by the firm per
share. A higher P/E ratio...
rand. This causes an increase in the demand of rands, relative to what it would have been otherwise, and therefore a stronger rand
The terms of trade (Chapter 17.5)
Define the terms of trade
Terms of trade = export priceindex x 100
economists to reduce unwieldy (heavy, unhandy) business data into easily understood terms The best-known index numbers are the consumerpriceindex (CPI), which measures changes in retail prices paid by consumers and the stock market index such as CAC 40 and Dow-Jones 1.5 SIMPLE INDEX Simple index...
gross margins, which, at nearly 36% of sales were five to ten percentage points
above the industry average. He was questioning whether reducing that percent could produce
top-line growth and increase earnings per share. Unlike the consumer electronics superstores
with which it competed, Tweeter...
of a new constitution that will limit Mugabe's presidency when he was only allowed to sit two terms 10 years, but even if his power is limited to some parts of the Constitution vague, if he were to die within 10 years so will someone from the same party take power, that no people have voted on. But...
) assumed a constant 6.5% cap for all of hisindex annuity performance calculations, which appears to have been a cap on the date his story was completed, when interest rates were heading toward historic lows. On the day he completed his story the constant maturity rate of a 10-year U.S. Treasury Note was...
only a crude summary of the overall market movement.
Different types of index
a) BSE Sensex = 30 scrip’s
b) S&P CNX NIFTY = 50 script’s
c) BSE – 100
d) BSE – 200
e) BSE Dollex – In Dollar Terms
f) BSE – 500
What is a Stock Index...
 Tourism woes
The aftermath of the political turmoil in 2000 resulted in a 10-percent shrinkage in the economy, as investor confidence plummeted and tourist numbers dropped sharply. An estimated 7500 jobs were lost. There has been a gradual recovery since 2001, when the 1997 constitution was...
missing James A. Doyle.4 On January 28, the day before the earnings revision, Mercury’s stock closed at $14.875 a share. When trading in the shares reopened on January 31, the price plunged to $2.125. As the story developed, controller Doyle’s attorney denied that his client had disappeared. Rather...
, were the same ones that continue to torment developers of these indexes today. In 1945, the name of the indexwas changed to the ConsumerPriceIndex.62 The World War II era also saw the expansion of productivity studies and monthly reporting of industrial injuries. Statistical data collection and...
emails emerged urging consumers across the nation to boycott gasoline stations on May 19, 2004 and May 15, 2007. The May 19, 2004 boycott was termed “The Great Gas-out.” Similar boycotts were also attempted when retail prices climbed in 1999 and 2000.38 The efforts tend to be directed at retail...
, the price of x is $5, and the price of y is $20. If the price of x falls to $4, then his demand for x will change from
(a) If his income were to change at the same time so that he could exactly aﬀord his old commodity bundle at px = 4 and py = 20, what would his new income be...
the same in real terms.
e.g. if an indexlinked pension paid £140 a week in January 2008, what would it pay in January 2009, 2010, and 2011?
Values of the Retail PricesIndexwere:
Jan 2008: 209.8 Jan 2009: 210.1 Jan 2010: 217.9 Jan 2011: 229.0
product attributes like brand, foam formation, ease of use etc whereas the perception of price sensitive consumer towards Gillette was found to be of an over priced brand. For price sensitive customers products like V-John, Godrej and Dettol were more satisfying than Gillette. The surveyed...
-executive directors to the board, presumably in response to the relatively poor performance of NewTech’s share pricewhen compared to the Index (Appendix A). The exception was the growth achieved from 1995 to 1998, which bucked the market trend, and is attributed to the patents exploited by NewTech at...