Google U.S Exim Bank. Have there been any problems or issues with the Exim Bank
lately? Should the budget for Exim be renewed or should Exim be shut down?
The EXIM Bank has been around for 81 years and helps finance or insure some foreign
purchases of U.S
OK, so we've discussed EXIM incontext of U.S. Exports. Now we come to financing of trade
from another perspectice. Foreign trade continues to grow rapidly annually as more and more
countries create product and services for sale. The financing requires kno
Please look at the EXIM site and report on what the organization does and their
The Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) is the official export credit agency of the
United States. They are an independent Executive Branch agency that
Taking our discussions of rates past the definition stage. How could LIBOR, Prime, etc. be
used in reference to the lecture? Hint, discounting?
The fed funds rate is the rate one bank charges another institution for short-term loans. Prime and
Do a google search this week, and see if you can find how U.S. Company's borrow for cross
border funding. make it a broad search to include short term and long term loans. What
did you find?
Any financial arrangement that crosses national borders is consi
With all the news coming out of the EMU over the last several years, is the EMU going to
survive? If so, why. If not, why not?
It appears likely that the Economic and Monetary Union will survive, especially if you ask
Federal Reserve Chairman Stanley Fisc
Though we will discuss outsourcing in a further lecture, what did you think of the film?
The other side of outsourcing video was very interesting. Most of the time we only consider
the effect of outsourcing on Americans and all of the U.S. j
Are the euro, yen and canadian dollar trading at a premium or discount to the U.S. dollar.
What are indicative interest rates in each of those countries. Use T-Bills from their treasury
Investopedia describes selling at a premium as the distributio
Based on our first weeks' discussion, what are the differences between developed and less
developed or emerging market countries? How are they viewed by the marketplace?
Include the McKinsey readings in your answer. The McKinsey newsletter if in the week
Chapter 7: Sampling and Sampling Distributions
Element The entity on which data are collected
Population The collection of all the elements of interest
Sample Subset of the population (Page 299)
Sampled Population Population from which the sample is drawn
Chapter 4: Introduction to Probability
Probability Numerical measure of the likelihood than an event will occur
Experiment A process that generates well-defined outcomes
Sample Space The set of all experimental outcomes, such as Head,Tail (Page 171)
Chapter 13: Experimental Design and Analysis of Variance
Factor, Treatment, Single-Factor Experiment, Response Variable
Experimental Units, Completely Randomized Design (Page 547)
Data collection (Page 548)
Assumptions for Analysis of Variance
1) For each
Chapter 10: Inference about means and proportions with two populations
Independent Simple Random Samples (Page 443)
Interval estimation of u1 u2
Point Estimator of the difference between two population means
Standard error of x~1 x~2
Estimating the differ
As we enter the final week of discussion. Look up on the internet the BASEL agreements and what
progress the BASEL III discussions are taking. What do you thing the costs are going to be to banks to
implement and adhere to the BASEL III agreement, and whe