Then, copy that formula down for the rest of your stocks. But, as I said, dividends can make a huge contribution to the returns received for a particular stock. Also, you can insert charts and diagrams to understand the distribution of your investment portfolio, and what makes up your overall returns. If you have data on one sheet in Excel that you would like to copy to a different sheet, you can select, copy, and paste the data into a new location. A good place to start would be the Nasdaq Dividend History page. You should keep in mind that certain categories of bonds offer high returns similar to stocks, but these bonds, known as high-yield or junk bonds, also carry higher risk.
Why cities exist, when fiscal policy fails, investments in infrastructure, realities of local governments such as inequality, crime, corruption, high cost of living, congestion, and unfunded pensions and debt, will be covered. We will pay special attention to recent topics, such as partnerships with the private sector, enterprise zones, the role of technology, environmental challenges, and real estate policies that promote housing affordability, such as rent control and inclusionary zoning.
Key topics include managing currency risk through hedging and financing, calculating the cost of capital for foreign operations, assessing sovereign risks, capital budgeting from a project and parent perspective, and international taxation. We will examine how current and historical events are reshaping the industry and highlight the basic analytics of managing a bank's exposure to liquidity, credit, market and reputational risk.
Most classes will begin with discussion of a current event related to course topics. Three team projects will be assigned that will give you deeper exposure to analytic techniques related to the course. Throughout the semester, we will discuss public policy issues facing the international financial system. In addition to course prerequisites, FNCE is recommended. To do so, students will investigate a variety of empirical questions from different areas within finance by way of data labs, or case studies that rely on data and analytics.
Some of the areas that may be covered in the course, subject to time constraints, include: FinTech, investment management, corporate finance, corporate governance, venture capital, private equity. The course will highlight how big data and data analytics shape the way finance is practiced.
Some programming and experience is helpful though knowledge of Python is not assumed. Prerequisites: FNCE FNCE - Capital Markets Course Syllabus The objective of this course is to give you a broad understanding of the instruments traded in modern financial markets, the mechanisms that facilitate their trading and issuance, as well as, the motivations of issuers and investors across different asset classes.
The course will balance functional and institutional perspectives by highlighting the problems capital markets participants are seeking to solve, as well as, the existing assets and markets which have arisen to accomplish these goals. We will consider design, issuance, and pricing of financial instruments, the arbitrage strategies which keep their prices in-line with one another, and the associated economic and financial stability issues. The course is taught in lecture format, and illustrates key concepts by drawing on a collection of case studies and visits from industry experts.
FNCE is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: FNCE FNCE - Behavioral Finance Course Syllabus There is an abundance of evidence suggesting that the standard economic paradigm - rational agents in an efficient market - does not adequately describe behavior in financial markets.
In this course, we will survey the evidence and use psychology to guide alternative theories of financial markets. Along the way, we will address the standard argument that smart, profit-seeing agents can correct any distortions caused by irrational investors. Further, we will examine more closely the preferences and trading decisions of individual investors. We will argue that their systematic biases can aggregate into observed market inefficiencies, thus giving rise to apparently profitable trading strategies.
The latter part of the course extends the analysis to corporate decision making. We then explore the evidence for both views in the context of capital structure, investment, dividend, and merger decisions. In addition to prerequisites, FNCE is highly recommended but not required.
This course aims to provide the methods and knowledge on how central banks and governments think and implement policies to reach the goals of price and financial stability as well as support of growth and employment. The core of the course connects between the legal and actual goals that central banks follow and the related economic analysis on which these goals and policies are set.
We use data, current events of the period as the basis for discussion and assignments. The second half of the class discusses the implications of these policies for equity and bond valuations. Students will be asked to forecast live policy decisions and implied market valuations.
These tools include the "venture capital method," comparables analysis, discounted cash flow analysis, contingent-claims analysis. While it will touch upon various strategic, organizational, and general management issues, the main lens for studying these transactions will be a financial one. It will explore how different buyers approach the process of finding, evaluating, and analyzing opportunities in the corporate-control market; how they structure deals and how deal structure affects both value creation and value division; how they add value after transaction completion; and how they realize their ultimate objectives such as enhanced market position or a profitable exit.
The course is divided into two broad modules. The first module covers mergers and acquisitions, and the second one studies buyouts by private equity partnerships. The objective is to give students the concepts and tools necessary to assess the often-complex situation facing a firm in financial distress. The course covers the various options available for distressed firms, such as out-of-court workouts, exchange offers, prepackaged and pre-negotiated, bankruptcies, distressed asset sales, auctions, and Chapter 11 reorganization.
We consider distressed debt as an asset class, develop techniques for investing in distressed securities and assess investment opportunities using the concepts of value investing. Students will sharpen their conceptual knowledge of finance and valuation in order to properly estimate the value of a distressed firm, and its securities. We will also address the importance of value creation and how to manage for value creation to either resolve distress or avoid it in the first place.
From tiny beginnings, the Impact Investment space has expanded and now commands significant attention from policymakers, wealthy and public-spirited individuals, academia and, not least, the world's largest asset managers and philanthropic foundations. Evangelists believe it may be the key to freeing the world from poverty. Skeptics think it will remain confined to the boutique. Regardless, Impact Investing is becoming a distinct career specialization for finance professionals despite the diverse skillset each must have and the uncertainty of the new field's growth.
In addition to prerequisites, FNCE is recommended but not required. Prerequisites: FNCE FNCE - Energy Finance Course Syllabus The objective of this course is to provide students with detailed knowledge of corporate structures, valuation methods, project finance, risk management practices, corporate governance issues, and geo-political risks in the energy industry. In general, this course seeks to provide students with an overall context for understanding energy issues and risks, and how these might affect financing and investment decisions for both providers of energy and end-users of energy.
These include: investment decisions under uncertainty, mean-variance theory, capital market equilibrium, arbitrage pricing theory, state prices, dynamic programming, and risk-neutral valuation as applied to option prices and fixed-income securities. Upon completion of this course, students should acquire a clear understanding of the major principles concerning individuals' portfolio decisions under uncertainty and the valuations of financial securities.
It provides specific coverage and examples of developments from 1 market-place lending, 2 blockchain and distributed ledgers, 3 quantitative trading and its use of non-standard inputs. In each of these areas, we start by analyzing the marketplace, the incumbents, and then proceed to analyze the impact of the most relevant technologies have on the business.
Student are thus expected to work in teams and demonstrate a high level of independent learning and initiative. We will address different phases of a company's life cycle. Through these cases, from the decision-makers perspective, we will explore the different paths that can be taken and consider issues. This half-semester course combines lectures and cases, and will go through actual situation where companies need to make strategic decisions on raising equity capital.
Through these cases, from the decision-makers perspective, we will explore the different paths that can be taken and consider issues such as investor activism, governance and regulatory and valuation impact. Classes will cover a series of timely financial and legal subjects as well as case studies that deal with topical problems in corporate governance, investment strategy, finance, private equity, executive compensation, and potential corporate and criminal behavior.
All students will be required to participate in one major and two minor team projects. An equal number of graduate law and business students will be enrolled in this class. The course is primarily comprised of two key components. The first is groundwork-laying lectures that focus on fundamental rights and obligations of debtors, creditors, and other parties in interest in the various types of major chapter 11 cases, providing critical insight into understanding the motivations, strategies, and available tools for chapter 11 participants which also serve as the foundation for out-of-court deals.
The second element of the course is a series of case study panels based on market trends from the previous year that bring together key participants from recent deals, including the CEO or chairman of the company, the judge, the lead banker and lead lawyer, and the lead investors to give their insight and perspectives to the class.
Traditional finance and strategy courses do not consider the role of taxes. Similarly, traditional tax courses often ignore the richness of the decision context in which tax factors operate. The key themes of the framework - all parties, all taxes and all costs - are applied to decision contexts such as investments, compensation, organizational form, regulated industries, financial instruments, tax-sheltered investments, mergers and acquisitions, multinational, and multistate.
The ultimate goal is to provide a new approach to thinking about taxes and all forms of government intervention that will be valuable even as laws and governments change. Students will learn about the substance, process and mechanics of private equity investing, through the lens of the investment professional. The class will conduct a semester long case study, taking a specific transaction from the management presentation stage, to various modules in the deal process including: business diligence, industry diligence, accounting diligence, legal diligence, financial modeling, financing, valuation, negotiating the stock purchase agreement, and culminating in an investment committee presentation and recommendation.
Mobileye, Beep, Benteler are collaborating on plans to launch micro-transit autonomous vehicles AVs in the United States in , according to a joint statement. The collaboration will leverage the partners' expertise to create an AV aimed at first- and last-mile transportation solutions.
According to the statement, the three companies plan to "address the end-to-end requirements for developing and deploying autonomous movers with competencies encompassing scalable vehicle development, end-to-end systems integration, autonomous driving platforms and turnkey mobility operations management and technology.
The targeted is an SAE Level 4 vehicle, which means its autonomous capability will be geofenced to specific operational areas. Benteler EV Systems is to provide the scalable and modular platform, develop the autonomous mover, and integrate all individual subsystems into the final vehicle.
Production is to be in the United States, although the planned location has not been disclosed. Benteler is to provide industrialization and production of the vehicle. The three companies did not disclose details of several issues, including funding or financial details of the collaboration and planned initial areas of deployment of the AVs.
The companies have not disclosed the planned production location or how many AVs they aim to deploy initially. As part of the collaboration, Aurora plans to leverage intelligence from US Xpress's digitally enabled fleet, Variant, to determine where autonomous technology may have the greatest impact. The companies plan to identify jointly optimal deployment strategies of Aurora Driver-powered trucks to address unmet demand and improve operational efficiency and productivity.
Following the introduction of Aurora's autonomous Driver-as-a-Service product, Aurora Horizon, the companies will explore integrating application programming interfaces APIs into Variant to improve dispatching and dynamic routing. The decrease was concentrated in urban multiple starts, down 8.
Housing starts were likely affected by severe winter weather in January but will remain solid in the short term. Urban multiple starts have declined for six of the past seven months to the lowest level since restrictions on construction were announced in the early months of the pandemic. Yet, urban multiple starts, at , units, are above the pre-pandemic five-year average. Meanwhile, urban single starts remained at a historically solid level. The consistently strong demand pushed existing home prices higher, surging to a record Therefore, combined with strong residential building permits in December, new home supply will continue to advance at a solid level in the first quarter and is expected to moderate in the coming quarters partly because of the faster rise in borrowing rates, anticipated to begin in March.
Overall, starts are forecast to average at , units in , which is a historically strong level. Canadian dairy giant Saputo has announced plans to streamline its manufacturing footprint in the US and international markets, while also optimizing and modernizing its manufacturing base.
These initiatives will begin in the fourth quarter of fiscal and are expected to take approximately 24 months to implement. Furthermore, Saputo intends to close its Bardsley Street, Tulare, California, facility in fiscal In the international sector, the company will be streamlining operations in two of its manufacturing facilities in Australia.
Saputo's third quarter revenues for the fiscal year of , which ended on 31 December, increased 3. The company warned that challenging market conditions, including labor shortages, supply chain disruptions, and inflationary pressures, continued to impact its sectors to varying degrees, with the US sector being the most impacted. Overall, the goal of the investment is to strengthen further Iveco's market presence in the region. Iveco states that its sales in the region grew in and as a result of expansion of the dealers' network, development of new products and services, and new hiring.
In the region, Iveco offers light- to heavy-duty products, has service points in Brazil and Argentina, and covers Brazil from north to south. Iveco also highlights the Brasil Natural Power program of gas-powered heavy trucks. Brent crude closed Following the transaction, the new overall shareholding for the 3.
A consistent combination of equity partners across all three phases of the project is said to enable further synergies across both the construction and operations phase of the Dogger Bank wind farm. The Dogger Bank C project is being developed on a different timescale to the first two phases.
Offshore export cable installation will commence in the first quarter of ; Offshore platform installation will commence in the second quarter of ; Foundation installation will commence in the third quarter of ; Turbine 14MW Haliade-X installation will commence in the second quarter of Project completion is expected by March Project commissioning is expected by This means that the country continues to stick out as one of the best performers in Western Europe.
IHS Markit Economist Michal Plochec No detailed breakdown of the underlying growth drivers is available in the release, but it is noted that the growth was driven mainly by positive developments in industry and government consumption. The latter increased notably, mostly due to developments in the healthcare system and in the municipalities. Separate high frequency-releases reveal that industrial production grew The most rapid increases were recorded in non-durable consumer goods which grew by Also, capital goods and non-pharmaceutical industrial sector's performance were strong, growing by 6.
Moreover, the external sector remained strong and supportive in the fourth quarter of On the other hand, surplus in goods balance continues to consequently shrink since Early in , surging inflation poses the biggest macroeconomic challenge across Europe. In January, the headline consumer price index spiked to 4.
The company has already installed charging points in the country and is planning to install 1, chargers by and expand the network to 3, chargers by Power Dot will particularly look to install its chargers in busy urban areas such as car parks, supermarkets, shopping centers, and restaurants and is looking at partnering with Spanish real estate companies and supermarket companies to roll out this strategy. Power Dot's general manager Joao Seabra said, "We are constantly looking for partners who want to be part of this ecological change and we are currently negotiating with some of the most relevant Spanish groups within the real estate management, retail, gas and oil sectors.
The project will enable the company to increase pork output by more than 45, tons per year. The group's existing pig farms in central Russia can currently produce over , tons of meat. Cherkizovo also plans to invest more than RUB4 billion to ramp up the capacity of its feed mill in the Pervomaysky District.
The facility currently supplies feed to group's Tambov Turkey division. Following the launch of additional capacities in , the mill is expected to produce between 60 and 80 tons of feed per hour. For their construction, we have opted for the Tambov Region thanks to its sound investment climate and many years of successful projects in pork, poultry, crop, and feed production," said Sergey Mikhailov, CEO of Cherkizovo Group.
GM is also signing memoranda of understanding MOUs with Emirates Post Group to explore opportunities for BrightDrop, a brand introduced by GM in that offers a system of connected products targeting first- and last-mile delivery including light commercial electric vehicles, and for Yoshi, a GM-backed, on-demand car maintenance and service startup in Saudi Arabia.
The positive sales growth and notable success of our SUV and pick-up truck line-up across the Middle East shows the strength of our vehicles and our commitment to our customers. Through our vehicles, customer service, dealer partners and comprehensive aftersales network, we have listened to what our customers are looking for and delivered.
But Sales is just one pillar of our business. Over the past year we have forged ahead delivering on our ambidextrous strategy, making strides towards our vision of a future with Zero Crashes, Zero Emissions and Zero Congestion. We want to be the number one EV company in the region by the end of , and alongside harnessing the power of connectivity through OnStar, the potential of start-ups through BrightDrop and Yoshi and the transformative potential of autonomous vehicle through Cruise we are revolutionizing the industry in this region for our customers.
IHS Markit expects this to remain so for the rest of the year, although signs of stronger price pressures have been emerging on the wholesale level. On a year-on-year basis, consumer price inflation measured 1.
Main price drivers have been food, household equipment, communication, and education costs, which increased between 0. On the year, the strongest increases were recorded for food, transport, and education; the transport price increase reflected the rebound of oil prices over Wholesale prices experienced a strong spike of inflation as they went up Oil price trends are reflected here, since the price index for other transportable goods rose An earlier version was published on 30 September for public commentary.
The revisions seek to supplement China's Data Security Law - implemented on 1 September - which regulates all forms of data management such as collection, storage, processing, transfer, and disclosure across several industrial sectors. The September draft introduced a three-tier data classification mechanism based on perceived risk towards national security with "ordinary", "important", and "core data" categories.
The revisions would also remove the requirement that core data are banned from being transferred abroad. However, the revisions specify that MIIT approval must be sought when sending "industrial, telecommunications or wireless radio" data abroad. Furthermore, data owners have a legal responsibility to report any "significant change" in data size or content for the important or core categories, or data that are determined to have an impact on China's political, territorial, military, economic, technological, digital, or ecological resources, or nuclear security stability.
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