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  • 1anticipated income doctrine of liquidity — An explanation of bank liquidity developed by Herbert Prochnow, in which the net cash flow of bank borrowers, rather than subsequent new borrowings, is seen as the true source of loan repayments. Accordingly, to the extent that loans are written… …

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  • 2Income approach — The Income Approach is one of three major groups of methodologies, called valuation approaches , used by appraisers. It is particularly common in commercial real estate appraisal and in business appraisal. The fundamental math is similar to the… …

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  • 3Permanent income hypothesis — The permanent income hypothesis (PIH) is a theory of consumption that was developed by the American economist Milton Friedman. In its simplest form, PIH states that the choices made by consumers regarding their consumption patterns are determined …

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  • 4Male–female income disparity in the United States — Main article: Gender pay gap Median weekly earnings of full time wage and salary workers, by sex, race, and ethnicity, 2009.[1] Male–female income diference, also referred to as the gender gap in earnings in t …

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  • 5Sustainable National Income — THE SNI, AN INDICATOR FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITYThe national income of a country is an estimate of the yearly production of goods and services. The loss of possible uses of the non human made physical surroundings, named environmental… …

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  • 6Permanent Income Hypothesis — A theory of consumer spending which states that people will spend money at a level consistent with their expected long term average income. The level of expected long term income then becomes thought of as the level of “permanent”… …

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  • 7Financial history of the Dutch Republic — describes the history of the interrelated development of financial institutions in the Dutch Republic. The rapid economic development of the country after the Dutch Revolt in the years 1585 1620, described in Economic History of the Netherlands… …

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  • 8Contango — The graph depicts how the price of a single forward contract will behave through time in relation to the expected future price at any point time. A contract in contango will decrease in value until it equals the spot price of the underlying at… …

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  • 9New College, University of Toronto — Infobox UofT College name = New College common name = size = 150 motto = JUNCTA JUVANT translation = Strength in Unity established = 1962 federated = faculty = Arts and Sciences faculty2 = college type = Constituent religion = Non denominational… …

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  • 10pro forma — pro for·ma /prō fȯr mə/ adj [Latin, for the sake of form] 1: made or carried out in a perfunctory manner or as a formality 2: provided or made in advance to describe items or projections a pro forma invoice Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law.… …

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  • 11New College, Toronto — Motto Juncta juvant Motto in English Strength in unity Established 1962 …

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  • 12Organismós Sidirodrómon Elládos — Infobox Company company name = Organismos Sidirodromon Ellados (O.S.E.) company type = State owned group of companies company company slogan = Speeding to the Future (Με Ταχύτητα στο Μέλλον) foundation = 1877 (Hellenic Railways) / January 1, 1971 …

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  • 13Railways of Greece — The Railways of Greece have a compex history which starts in 1869, with Athens Piraeus Railway .HistoryGreece became independent in 1832, the birth of the newly formed sovereign state coinciding with the start of the railway era. By 1835 plans… …

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  • 14estimated taxes — Quarterly tax payments made by self employed individuals to the IRS and state tax agencies for their anticipated income tax liability for the year, in lieu of withholding from a paycheck. Estimated tax payments are used to pay both income and… …

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  • 15Stamp Act 1765 — Duties in American Colonies Act 1765 Parliament of Great Britain Long title An act for granting and applying certain stamp duties, and other duties, in the British colonies and plantations in America, towards further defraying the expences o …

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  • 16Paul Scally — is a London born businessman who has been the chairman of association football club Gillingham since 1995.Scally had become wealthy through the sale of a photocopier business before he bought the Gills for the sum of £1 in 1995, taking the club… …

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  • 17NSU Motorenwerke — AG, normally just NSU, was a German manufacturer of automobiles, motorcycles and pedal cycles, founded in 1873. It was acquired by Volkswagen Group in 1969. VW merged the company with Auto Union, to eventually evolve into Audi as it is known… …

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  • 18Hospital Revenue Bond — A type of municipal bond to support the construction of new hospitals or new equipment and upgrades for existing hospitals. The revenue created by the hospitals is then used to pay back bondholders. Generally, bondholders are paid only after the… …

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  • 19Projected fee —   Anticipated fee income based upon past and/or future transactions …

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  • 20Economic Affairs — ▪ 2006 Introduction In 2005 rising U.S. deficits, tight monetary policies, and higher oil prices triggered by hurricane damage in the Gulf of Mexico were moderating influences on the world economy and on U.S. stock markets, but some other… …

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