Greek voters reject bailout offer 그리스 국민투표 긴축안 거부…′오히′(반대)가 압도적

Now to the massive news out of Europe that′s expected to have ripple effects around the world. Greece has entered uncharted territory after more than 61 percent of voters on Sunday rejected demands by international creditors for more austerity in exchange for a bailout of its bankrupt economy. Sohn Jung-in reports. It was a high-risk […]

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Mortgage Fraud Settlement: A Second Bailout for the Banks?

wahi we know that the caddy banks only had to give up five billion dollars in hard cash as part of the settlement it’s been announces a forty billion dollar settlement it’s actually a twenty six billion dollar settlement with about seventeen billion dollars presumed to have a a mole double or a little more […]

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Greece misses IMF payment, as eurozone refuses to extend bailout 그리스, IMF 채무 불

It′s official. Greece has defaulted on its almost one-point-eight billion U.S. dollar loan payment to the International Monetary Fund,… after eurozone ministers refused to extend its bailout program. Athens is now seeking a new bailout scheme, but that, too, is highly unlikely to be accepted by its creditors. Han Da-eun reports. Last-minute talks were no […]

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What If the National Debt Were Your Debt?

According to the White House Office of Management and Budget, the federal government collected $2.2 trillion in 2011. That includes revenue from all sources: income taxes, payroll taxes, corporate taxes, excise taxes, estate taxes, tariffs, and all other sorts of taxes and fees. Also in 2011, the federal government spent $3.8 trillion and was $14.6 […]

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Using Accounting Ratios to Assess Business Performance

congratulations on making it this far you’ve covered a huge amount you’ve learned about the three main financial statements the key income statement and balance sheet accounts the core principles of bookkeeping the double-entry principle the accounting equation and you know how to work with T accounts and what a debit and credit is and […]

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