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Name Professor Course Date Finance Project Part IIQuestion 1 Tittle Average Interest Rates March 31 2014 March 31 2015 Interest-bearing Debt: Marketable:   Treasury Bills 0.664 0.366   Treasury Notes 1.801 1.829   Treasury Bonds 4.333 4.556   Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS) 0.740 0.814   Treasury Floating Rate Note (FRN) 0.944 0.417   Federal Financing Bank 3.080 3.219 Total Marketable 2.027* 2.034 Non-marketable:   Domestic Series 7.951 7.950   Foreign Series 7.312 7.312   State and Local Government Series 1.137 1.215   United States Savings Securities 3.033 3.169   United States Savings Inflation Securities 4.004 2.744   Government Account Series 2.849 2.946   Government Account Series Inflation   Securities 1.256 1.285   Hope Bonds 0.000 0.256 Total Non-marketable 2.836* 2.940 Total Interest-bearing Debt 2.264* 2.306 The Average Interest Rates for Total Marketable Total Nonmarketable and Total Interest-bearing Debt do not include the Treasury Inflation-Indexed Securities and the Treasury Floating Rate Notes in my country in japan like in the US. The Financial Markets Department gives the purchaser a privilege to offer the advantage at the 'strike cost' to the purchaser. Here the purchaser has the privilege to offer and the merchant has the commitment to purchase. So in any case the privilege to practice the choice is vested with the purchaser of the agreement. The dealer of the agreement has just the commitment and no privilege. As the vender of the agreement bears the commitment he is paid a cost called as 'premium'. In this manner the value that is paid for purchasing an alternative contract is called as premium. Work cited Nitta K. (2008).Corporate Ownership Structure in Japan—Recent Trends and Their Impact. Retrieved on 19th March 2017 from: citeseerx.ist.psu.edu OECD. (2016). Developments in individual OECD and selected Non-member economies Retrieved on 19th March 2017 from: www.oecd.org Taguchi H. (2009). the Japanese Yen. Macroeconomic Linkage: Savings Exchange Rates and Capital Flows 3 335. [...]

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YOU WILL BE ANSWERING THE PART 2!!!! questionnaire of this finance project. I will provide the question from part 1 and 2 and also the answers to part 1. You must follow the guidelines. I will also be able to send the Ebook that is needed to answer some of the questions. MY COUNTRY IS JAPAN.

Subject Area: Finance

Document Type: Personal Statement

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Words 550

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04.29.2017

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