Q1 WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF INFLATION
Q2 WHAT IS ABSOLUTE CHANGE AND ANNUAL CHANGE IN MUTUAL FUNDS
Q3 WHAT IS EX - DIVIDEND DATE
Q4 WHAT IS RECORD DATE IN MUTUAL FUNDS
Q5 WHOM U'LL FOLLOW IN UR LIFE A SUCCESSFULL PERSON OR A UN-
Q6 TYPES OF MUTUAL FUNDS AND HOW TO CALCULATE NAV
Q7 INTREST VS BONDS
Q8 WHAT ARE VENILLA OPTIONS
Q9 WHAT ARE GREEN SHOE OPTION
Q10 WHY CURRENCY FURURES ARE TRADED AT SINGAPORE STOCCK
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Answer / manindersingh
ex dividend date is the date after which the holder of the
securities does not get any dividend on trading in the
securuties that a holder holds therefore at the time of
purchasing securitieds the holder is required to check the
record date and ex dividend date so that he should register
his or her name before the closure of the books of the
company in order to have the facility of divident on its
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Answer / manindersingh
Well i think the majour advantage of inflation is it
increases the level of export ie with the level of
inflation goes up to some extent it teduces the value of
the currency and this wll ultimately help the exporters in
earning better profits
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Answer / parveen sharma
Inflation is the sustained increase in price level.
It usually has negative aspects to inflation, but it has
some positive effects as well. Firstly, inflation is more
desirable than deflation in most situations. This does not
include hyper inflation by the way.
Secondly, inflation shows economic growth, or at least it
reflects some economic activity.
The major positive aspect is that it helps smaller firms
grow to larger firms. Assuming that both firms A and B
sells similar goods. A is a large cooperation with
economies of scales and B a smaller firm without economies
of scale. Therefore the prices of goods A would be less
than good B. Assuming that the inflation rate is 10%. The
price of good A is $9 and inflation causes it to increase
to $9.90. And for good B, since the cost of production is
higher, it costs $10. And with inflation pushing it up to
$11. The proportion of increase is similar, but the real
price increase is different, firm A $0.90 and firm B $1.
Thus firm B having a $0.10 increased revenue more than firm
Resulting in a larger benefit, ceteris peribus cost of
production does not increase in proportion and other
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Answer / menagaadaruman
advantages of inflation:
When there is price increase, wage price spiral is formed..i,e when there is price increase,increased wages are given to the employees, so that in turn increases the purchasing power increases that indirectly causes inflation again this in turn urges the employers to raise the wages of employees and it goes on.....
Employers can earn profit at this time..
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