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to swap only interest payment cash flows on loans of the same size and term. Again, as this is a [swap type?] swap, the exchanged cash flows are in different denominations and so are not netted. An example of such a swap is the exchange of fixed-rate US dollar interest payments for floating-rate interest payments in Euro. This type of swap is also known as a cross-currency interest rate swap, or cross currency swap.
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currency


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to swap only interest payment cash flows on loans of the same size and term. Again, as this is a currency swap, the exchanged cash flows are in different denominations and so are not netted. An example of such a swap is the exchange of fixed-rate US dollar interest payments for floating-rate

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illa interest rate swap) because they are denominated in different currencies. As each party effectively borrows on the other's behalf, this type of swap is also known as a back-to-back loan.[3]Last here, but certainly not least important, is <span>to swap only interest payment cash flows on loans of the same size and term. Again, as this is a currency swap, the exchanged cash flows are in different denominations and so are not netted. An example of such a swap is the exchange of fixed-rate US dollar interest payments for floating-rate interest payments in Euro. This type of swap is also known as a cross-currency interest rate swap, or cross currency swap.[4] Uses[edit] Currency swaps have three main uses: To secure cheaper debt (by borrowing at the best available rate regardless of currency and then swapping for debt in desired currency







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to swap only interest payment cash flows on loans of the same size and term. Again, as this is a currency swap, the exchanged cash flows are in different denominations and so are not netted. An example of such a swap is the exchange of fixed-rate US dollar interest payments for floating-rate interest payments in Euro. This type of swap is also known as a [...] swap, or cross currency swap.
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cross-currency interest rate swap


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e exchanged cash flows are in different denominations and so are not netted. An example of such a swap is the exchange of fixed-rate US dollar interest payments for floating-rate interest payments in Euro. This type of swap is also known as a <span>cross-currency interest rate swap, or cross currency swap.<span><body><html>

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illa interest rate swap) because they are denominated in different currencies. As each party effectively borrows on the other's behalf, this type of swap is also known as a back-to-back loan.[3]Last here, but certainly not least important, is <span>to swap only interest payment cash flows on loans of the same size and term. Again, as this is a currency swap, the exchanged cash flows are in different denominations and so are not netted. An example of such a swap is the exchange of fixed-rate US dollar interest payments for floating-rate interest payments in Euro. This type of swap is also known as a cross-currency interest rate swap, or cross currency swap.[4] Uses[edit] Currency swaps have three main uses: To secure cheaper debt (by borrowing at the best available rate regardless of currency and then swapping for debt in desired currency







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This is a currency swap, the exchanged cash flows are in different denominations and so are not netted. An example of such a swap is the exchange of fixed-rate US dollar interest payments for floating-rate interest payments in Euro. This type of swap is also known as a cross-currency interest rate swap, or [...] swap.


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t denominations and so are not netted. An example of such a swap is the exchange of fixed-rate US dollar interest payments for floating-rate interest payments in Euro. This type of swap is also known as a cross-currency interest rate swap, or <span>cross currency swap.<span><body><html>

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illa interest rate swap) because they are denominated in different currencies. As each party effectively borrows on the other's behalf, this type of swap is also known as a back-to-back loan.[3]Last here, but certainly not least important, is <span>to swap only interest payment cash flows on loans of the same size and term. Again, as this is a currency swap, the exchanged cash flows are in different denominations and so are not netted. An example of such a swap is the exchange of fixed-rate US dollar interest payments for floating-rate interest payments in Euro. This type of swap is also known as a cross-currency interest rate swap, or cross currency swap.[4] Uses[edit] Currency swaps have three main uses: To secure cheaper debt (by borrowing at the best available rate regardless of currency and then swapping for debt in desired currency







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to swap only interest payment cash flows on loans of the same size and term. Again, as this is a currency swap, the exchanged cash flows are in different denominations and so [are/are not] netted. An example of such a swap is the exchange of fixed-rate US dollar interest payments for floating-rate interest payments in Euro. This type of swap is also known as a cross-currency interest rate swap, or cross currency swap.
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are not


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to swap only interest payment cash flows on loans of the same size and term. Again, as this is a currency swap, the exchanged cash flows are in different denominations and so are not netted. An example of such a swap is the exchange of fixed-rate US dollar interest payments for floating-rate interest payments in Euro. This type of swap is also known as a cross-curren

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illa interest rate swap) because they are denominated in different currencies. As each party effectively borrows on the other's behalf, this type of swap is also known as a back-to-back loan.[3]Last here, but certainly not least important, is <span>to swap only interest payment cash flows on loans of the same size and term. Again, as this is a currency swap, the exchanged cash flows are in different denominations and so are not netted. An example of such a swap is the exchange of fixed-rate US dollar interest payments for floating-rate interest payments in Euro. This type of swap is also known as a cross-currency interest rate swap, or cross currency swap.[4] Uses[edit] Currency swaps have three main uses: To secure cheaper debt (by borrowing at the best available rate regardless of currency and then swapping for debt in desired currency







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Unlike [...] yield, [...] yield does not vary with the market price of the security.

which is nominal yield?
which is current yield?
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Unlike current yield, nominal yield does not vary with the market price of the security.


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Unlike current yield, nominal yield does not vary with the market price of the security.

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e sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) The coupon rate (or nominal rate or nominal yield) of a fixed income security is the (annualized) amount of the coupon, which is a fixed percentage of the par value. <span>Unlike current yield, it does not vary with the market price of the security. The coupon rate is typically stated in the name of the bond, such as "US Treasury Bond 6.25%". vte Bond market BondDebentureFixed income Types of bonds by issuer Agency







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Basel rule says something like "The total amount that a bank can lend out is no more than ten times its [...]" - it says nothing about ratio of lending to deposits, like in traditional view of "fractional reserve banking".
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share capital


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Basel rule says something like "The total amount that a bank can lend out is no more than ten times its share capital" - it says nothing about ratio of lending to deposits, like in traditional view of "fractional reserve banking".

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s.5. Quite how the myth that a bank can lend out ten times as much as it takes in deposits (or bonds) arose, I have no idea, it is quite simply not true. The Basel one-tenth* limit is imposed by regulators, so it might be accurate to say that <span>"The total amount that a bank can lend out is no more than ten times its share capital", but that is merely the upper limit, and depends on people wanting to borrow that much.So much to the background6. Modern banking, i.e. 'how banks behave once the government takes its e







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Basel rule says something like "The total amount that a bank can lend out is no more than ten times its share capital" - it says nothing about ratio of [...], like in traditional view of "fractional reserve banking".
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lending to deposits


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Basel rule says something like "The total amount that a bank can lend out is no more than ten times its share capital" - it says nothing about ratio of lending to deposits, like in traditional view of "fractional reserve banking".

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s.5. Quite how the myth that a bank can lend out ten times as much as it takes in deposits (or bonds) arose, I have no idea, it is quite simply not true. The Basel one-tenth* limit is imposed by regulators, so it might be accurate to say that <span>"The total amount that a bank can lend out is no more than ten times its share capital", but that is merely the upper limit, and depends on people wanting to borrow that much.So much to the background6. Modern banking, i.e. 'how banks behave once the government takes its e







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#liffeintheuk #liffeintheuk3ed #liffeintheuk3ed-study-guide
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What body organises the Church of Scotland?
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General Assembly of the Church of Scotland


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The official Church of the state is the Church of England (called the Anglican Church in other countries and the Episcopal Church in Scotland and the United States).

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The official Church of the state is the Church of England (called the [...] Church in other countries and the Episcopal Church in Scotland and the United States).
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Anglican


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The official Church of the state is the Church of England (called the Anglican Church in other countries and the Episcopal Church in Scotland and the United States).

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The official Church of the state is the Church of England (called the Anglican Church in other countries and the [...] Church in Scotland and the United States).
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Episcopal


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The official Church of the state is the Church of England (called the Anglican Church in other countries and the Episcopal Church in Scotland and the United States).

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Christmas is celebrated in a traditional way. People usually spend the day at home and eat a special meal, which often includes roast turkey, Christmas pudding and mince pies.

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Christmas is celebrated in a traditional way. People usually spend the day at home and eat a special meal, which often includes [...], Christmas pudding and mince pies.
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roast turkey


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Christmas is celebrated in a traditional way. People usually spend the day at home and eat a special meal, which often includes roast turkey, Christmas pudding and mince pies.

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There is a famous celebration of Diwali in Leicester

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There is a famous celebration of Diwali in [place?]
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Leicester


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There is a famous celebration of Diwali in Leicester

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On each day of the Hannukah festival a candle is lit on a stand of eight candles (called a menorah) to remember the story of the festival, where oil that should have lasted only a day did so for eight.

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On each day of the [...] festival a candle is lit on a stand of eight candles (called a menorah) to remember the story of the festival, where oil that should have lasted only a day did so for eight.
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Hannukah


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On each day of the Hannukah festival a candle is lit on a stand of eight candles (called a menorah) to remember the story of the festival, where oil that should have lasted only a day did so for eight.

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On each day of the Hannukah festival a candle is lit on a stand of eight candles (called a [...]) to remember the story of the festival, where oil that should have lasted only a day did so for eight.
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menorah


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On each day of the Hannukah festival a candle is lit on a stand of eight candles (called a menorah) to remember the story of the festival, where oil that should have lasted only a day did so for eight.

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The Paralympics have their origin in the work of Dr Sir Ludwig Guttman, a German refugee

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The Paralympics have their origin in the work of [...], a German refugee
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Dr Sir Ludwig Guttman


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The Paralympics have their origin in the work of Dr Sir Ludwig Guttman, a German refugee

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The Paralympics have their origin in the work of Dr Sir Ludwig Guttman, a [...] refugee
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German


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St Andrews in Scotland is known as the home of golf.

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[...] is known as the home of golf.
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St Andrews in Scotland


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St Andrews in Scotland is known as the home of golf.

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St Andrews in Scotland is known as the [...].
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home of golf


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St Andrews in Scotland is known as the home of golf.

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Damon Hill?
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Formula 1 driver


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