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Global Edge; Asia
November 21, 2011 Posted by
As China’s new offshore currency (CNH) market celebrates its first year anniversary, new business opportunities continue to evolve. An comprehensive overview of this new FX market will be discussed.
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Global Edge
November 14, 2011 Posted by
Offering extended payment terms to your international customers can facilitate and increase your global sales. This online seminar will explain the trade finance options available to you as you structure payment terms for your overseas customers.
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Global Edge
November 07, 2011 Posted by
Companies increasingly generate revenues and incur costs in different currencies, creating currency risk. Heightened volatility in the foreign exchange markets has increased the level of risk that companies face, even as their exposures grow.
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Global Edge
September 30, 2011 Posted by
In this replay of the September 29 Web seminar, you achieve a deeper understanding of the risks associated with entering new markets and the knowledge necessary to mitigate those risks to effectively receive payment.
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Quarterly Economic Report
September 29, 2011 Posted by
The so-called “law of diminishing marginal utility” tells us that increasing the consumption of one product while retaining constant consumption of other products creates a decline in the marginal utility derived from each additional unit...
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Global Edge
September 29, 2011 Posted by
U.S. companies are increasingly looking to foreign markets for new sales opportunities, which can be challenging but rewarding if you are properly prepared for the risks involved...
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Global Edge; Asia
August 16, 2011 Posted by
In China, it's happening very fast. The old generation of mobile devices — smart phones like Nokia and Ericsson —are replaced by iPhones and Android. This is a big opportunity for the developers because these phones are so much more powerful in the way they interact with users.
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Quarterly Economic Report
July 01, 2011 Posted by
The economy continues to grow, but — using the Fed's language — at a "measured pace" ...
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Venture Capital
June 03, 2011 Posted by
Today’s entrepreneurial companies face greater pressure to do more with less in terms of stretching every dollar of equity financing further.
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Global Edge
May 02, 2011
Companies planning to operate in the global marketplace should prepare for the inevitable risks associated with foreign currency exchange. A variety of solutions — forwards, options, non-deliverable forwards and foreign currency accounts — can help reduce the surprises that foreign exchange rates create in your company’s 10K or 10Q financial statements. However, before you outline a foreign exchange (FX) risk management plan, you should create a formal policy for the management of foreign exchange exposure. This process will help you examine accounting and cash flow implications, but will take into consideration your risk tolerance and corporate goals.
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