Managing Accounts Payable: Case Study on Banglalink


The Organization   Banglalink Digital Communications Limited “Banglalink Digital Communications Limited” is the second largest company in the telecom sector of Bangladesh Banglalink Digital Communications Limited (previously Orascom Telecom Bangladesh Limited) is fully owned by Telecom Vent.....

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Fixed Asset Increases the Sustainability: A study on Banglalink


The telecommunication sector of Bangladesh has been booming with the current six companies that are operating. The telecommunication sector of Bangladesh commenced with small steps in 1989 when the license to a private operator was issued for the provision of inter alia cellular mobile services t.....

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Spot Market


Spot Market is where assets are sold for cash and delivered immediately. It is a public financial market in which financial instruments or commodities are traded for immediate delivery. It is also called the cash market or the physical market. It can operate wherever the infrastructure exists to .....

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Forfaiting is a type of export financing, where a forfaitor purchases freely-negotiable instruments at a discount from an exporter. It is most commonly used in regard to large, international sales of commodities or capital goods where the sale price exceeds $100,000. It is available for 100 perce.....

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Foreign Exchange Option


Foreign Exchange Option is a derivative financial instrument that gives the right but not the obligation to exchange money denominated in one currency into another currency at a pre-agreed exchange rate on a specified date. It is the deepest, largest and most liquid market for options of any kind.....

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Trade Finance


This article describe about Trade Finance, which has been reviewing the global trade market since 1983. It includes such activities as lending, issuing letters of credit, factoring, export credit and insurance. It depends on verifiable and secure tracking of physical risks and events in the chain.....

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Revenue Model


Revenue Model is generally used for mid and long-term projections of a company’s profit potential and operation. It identifies which revenue source to pursue, what value to offer, how to price the value, and who pays for the value and also it is a key component of a company’s business.....

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Technical Analysis


Technical Analysis is used to attempt to forecast the price movement of virtually any tradable instrument that is generally subject to forces of supply and demand, including stocks, bonds, futures and currency pairs. It is a trading tool employed to evaluate securities and attempt to forecast the.....

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Market Capitalization


Market Capitalization reflects the theoretical cost of buying all of a company’s shares, but usually is not what the company could be purchased for in a normal merger transaction. It is a better measure of size than worth. It is calculated by multiplying a company’s shares outstanding.....

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Dow Theory


This article talks about Dow Theory, which is an approach to trading developed by Charles H. Dow, who with Edward Jones and Charles Bergstresser founded Dow Jones & Company Inc. and developed the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The theory argues that since the first index reflects the productiv.....

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Volatility Smile


Volatility Smile is an implied volatility curve where options away from the at-the-money price have higher implied volatility than the at-the-money options. It is a geographical pattern of implied volatility for a series of options that has the same expiration date. It reflects the heightened dem.....

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Stochastic Volatility


This article describe about Stochastic Volatility, which is a statistical method in mathematical finance used to evaluate derivative securities, such as options. It is typically analyzed through sophisticated models, which became increasingly useful and accurate as computer technology improved. T.....

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