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Privatisation of Banking in Bangladesh

Privatisation of Banking in Bangladesh – Why Privatisation Necessary

Privatisation of Banking in Bangladesh

Privatisation of Banking in Bangladesh. Privatisation brings competition in the national economy. Because before privatisation, government is the only player in the market. But after privatisation, there are many players in the market and everyone tries to make his goods competitive in order to soil in market. Commercial banks play a dynamic role in the economic development of a nation through mobilisation of savings and allocation of credit to productive sectors. Denationalisation of commercial banks will create a level playing field with other private commercial banks.  read more

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Yield to Maturity-YTM and Yield to Call-YTC

Yield to Maturity-YTM and Yield to Call-YTC

Yield to Maturity-YTM and Yield to Call-YTC

Yield to Maturity-YTM

Yield to Maturity-YTM and Yield to Call-YTC. Yield to maturity (YTM) is most widely used measure of return on bond. It is the compounded rate of return an investor expects to receive from a bond purchased at current market price which he holds till maturity. On the other hand, it may be termed as internal rate of return or discount rate that makes the present value of all the futures cash inflows from the bond equal to the purchase price of the bond. read more

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General Expressions of Bond Returns.

General Expressions of Bond Returns

General Expressions of Bond Returns

General Expressions of Bond Returns.  Bond Yields and Prices: Bond returns can be calculated in many ways though they are prefixed.  The followings are general expressions of bond returns which are usually found in the securities markets. read more

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Beta and its Characteristics

Beta and its Characteristics

Beta and its Characteristics

Beta and its Characteristics. [ Beta ] – In finance, the beta (β or beta coefficient) of an investment indicates whether the investment is more or less volatile than the market. In general, a beta less than 1 indicates that the investment is less volatile than the market, while a beta more than 1 indicates that the investment is more volatile than the market. Volatility is measured as the fluctuation of the price around the mean: the standard deviation. read more

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Benefits of Human Resources Planning

Benefits of Human Resources Planning

Benefits of Human Resources Planning. By formulating a well-conceived Human Resources Planning (HRP), some benefits can be accrued by the organization as well as by the human resource management.  These benefits can be summarized in the following points: read more

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What is Human Resource Planning

What is Human Resource Planning

What is Human Resource Planning

What is Human Resource Planning. Human Resource Planning is a process of deciding in advance what is to be -done in future regarding human resources of an organization. It deals with the activities and steps to be taken in regard to demand for and supply of human resources as well as their proper utilization. read more

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On Price Earning Ratio

On Price Earning Ratio

On Price Earning Ratio

On Price Earning Ratio. Price earning ratio is the more widely used method of estimating stock price. PE ratio / Price Earning Ratio is one of the most widely used tools for stock selection. It is calculated by dividing the current market price of the stock by its earning per share (EPS). A stock is said to be worth some multiple of its future earnings indicating that an investor determines price of a stock by deciding how much he is willing to pay for each unit of estimated earnings. However, the price earning ratio has been determined by dividend payout ratio, required rate of return, growth rate of dividend, stock dividend, and other variables which has been explained by the following regression model: read more

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Difference between Money Market and Capital Market

Difference between Money Market and Capital Market

Difference between Money Market and Capital Market

Difference between Money Market and Capital Market. Money Market can be defined as financial instruments with high liquidity and very short maturities are traded. Basically used by participants as a means for borrowing and lending in the short term, from several days to just under a year. Money market is treated as a safe place due to highly liquid nature of securities and their short term maturities.  Hence, money market is a market place where short term obligations such as treasury bills and banker’s acceptances are bought and sold. Capital market is a market place in which individuals and institutions trade financial securities. Capital markets that trade equity (stocks) and debt (bonds) instruments with maturities of more than one year (long term maturity) . Organizations as well as institutions in the public and private sectors also often sell securities on the capital markets in order to raise funds. read more

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COUNTIF function to count the cells in Microsoft Excel

COUNTIF function to count the cells in Microsoft Excel

COUNTIF function to count the cells in Microsoft Excel

COUNTIF function to count the cells in Microsoft Excel. BY using COUNTIF functions we can trace the values in a range . Basically, the COUNTIF functions  in Microsoft Excel is one of the statistical functions , to trace or count the numbers of cells that meet a criterion. As for example , to trace the number of times a particular designation in a customer list. read more

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Importance of Human Resource Policies

Importance of Human Resource Policies

Importance of Human Resource Policies

Importance of Human Resource Policies. Every organization should have human resource policies as they ensure the following benefits.  An owner of any institution or Human resources department or any type of organization publishes a set of rules and instructions by which all employees within an organization must follow these. read more

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Government Regulations and Legislation of Securities Markets

Government Regulations and Legislation of Securities Markets

Government Regulations and Legislation of Securities Markets

Government Regulations and Legislation of Securities Markets. The government has enacted a varieties of laws applicable to the securities markets. These laws were the result of certain abuses that took place during the last decade. The collapse of the stock market of Bangladesh in 1996 provides an impetus for the regulation of securities trading. Securities market s regulating authority of Bangladesh along with the investors recognize that the regulation of the securities markets is necessary in order to restore the confidence of the investors in the markets and ensure a continuous flow of capital in business. read more

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