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Course: EC 316, Fall 2009
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Corporate EC316 Finance &amp; Investments Scott E. Pardee Fall 2000 Week 2: September 18-22 The Balance Sheet, Fraser &amp; Ormiston. Read Ch. 2, study review questions, prepare to discuss case studies at end of chapter. Class 3. The Balance Sheet Tuesday, September 19. The Balance Sheet shows the financial condition of a company as of a specific date. Is the company solvent? What is the company's...

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