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The Fed's zero interest rate policy makes loans cheap, but how is that affecting businesses of all sizes? We take a closer look.
- Article By Dan Blacharski
- – October 6, 2015
How to get effective interest rate news and trends
You have to produce a report on effective interest rate news and trends. You work for a bond brokerage firm, and this is one of the ...
- Article By Felicia R. Blue
- – June 26, 2011
Investors' needs for risk management in futures and options
Options risk management and hedging are used by investors as a means to control the variables that make options and futures trading ...
- Article By Geraldine McGowan
- – August 9, 2010
Use current consumer interest rate information to find the best loan for your business
Get consumer loan interest rates to estimate how much a loan for your business will cost you. Your credit and the risk involved with ...
- Article By Nicole Ricks
- – November 11, 2011
Apply the foreign currency translation and hedging accounting basics to improve risk management
Foreign exchange hedge accounting may sound complicated, because it is. However, it isn't rocket science, and if you or your ...
- Article By Kelley Keith
- – May 4, 2011
A few conversion rate optimization ideas that can help make your E-commerce store the best fit for your target audience.
- Article By Moosa Hemani
- – April 22, 2016
All Systems Go for a Fed Liftoff but is the World Ready for a Stronger USD?
Where are we at right now in terms of federal interest rates and the global economy? Taking a look at how China and the Fed impact us.
- Article By Brett Chatz
- – November 18, 2015
Avoid making these mistakes! Check out these suggestions on what not to do for conversion rate optimization.
- Article By Brenda Stoltz
- – January 29, 2016
How to find the best refinance mortage rate to lower your costs
Interest rates fluctuate, and refinancing rates that are lower than your current rate could lower your mortgage payments significantly, ...
- Article By Jeanni Brosius
- – March 24, 2011
Floating rate notes generally yield a higher return than other securities
Floating Rate Notes are simply investment vehicles that have interest rates that fluctuate approximately every six months. At that ...
- Article By Apryl Beverly
- – July 2, 2010