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EECS 1019 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: First-Order Logic, Irrational Number, Contraposition

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EECS 1019 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Natural Number, Modus Tollens

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Practice questions on number systems: for the following 6-bit binary numbers, a) convert to decimal, b) convert to octal, c) convert to hexadecimal, 11
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EECS1019 1019test2v1-sol

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EECS 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 38: Public Company, Corporate Crime

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An active stock market requires the trust of local investors, and increased trust leads to more participation and trading. Government enforcement gover
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EECS 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Sec Rule 144A

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When a non-u. s. firm issues stock in its own country, its shareholder base is quite limited. Firms that issue stock in the united states are normally
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EECS 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 34: French Market, Arbitrage

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Continuing with the previous example, assume that there are no transaction costs. If padr < (pfs s) then adr shares will flow back to france. They will
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Lecture 14 - Review

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16 Nov 2011
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EECS 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 39: Financial Statement

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The variation may be due to accounting laws set by the government for public companies or to reporting rules enforced by local stock exchanges. In this
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EECS 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Credit Risk, Risk Premium

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24 Jun 2018
As a condition for receiving the loans, the government of greece agreed to increase taxes and to reduce spending on public sector wages and pensions. S
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YORKEECS 1710Melanie BaljkoFall

EECS 1710 Lecture 6: EECS 1710 Lecture 6 Notes

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24 Jun 2018
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EECS 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Foreign Exchange Market, Demand Curve

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Assume that the u. s. income level rises substantially while the british income level remains unchanged. Consider the impact of this scenario on (1) th
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EECS 1710 Lecture 36: EECS 1710 Lecture 36 Notes

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YORKEECS 1710Melanie BaljkoFall

Chapter 1 Exercises

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1.2 Textbook Declaration

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EECS 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 37: Nyse Euronext, Global Exchange, Market Capitalization

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EECS 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Credit Suisse, China Telecom, Cemex

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EECS 1710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 40: Government Budget Balance, Risk Premium, Credit Risk

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