A significant increase in trade receivables turnover indicates improvement in the process of cash collection on credit sales. Price earnings per share and Earnings per share are lower than 2010 which shows that investors are expecting lower earnings this year. Sales increased by 28% to Rs 11.742 billion, driven by increased volumes in polyester and chemicals, along with better prices. PSF showed an 8% increase because of demand for blended fabric, and the operating results were higher by 102% for PSF. However, the trend is not predicted and expected to remain, and margins are expected to erode because of a variety of local and international factors.
Globalization is one of those opportunities. In 2009, while iRobot dropped in domestic sales, it gained 23.2 million dollars in international sales. The company went from a 38% increase in international sales in 2008 to 53.8% in 2009. There are few competitors in its market and has the cash position to take a share of the global market. Another opportunity iRobot has is the growth in contract sales.
Poverty can mean different things But there is a difference between poverty and extreme poverty. But UN:s definition of poverty is to try to survive on less than 2 dollars a day, UN:s definition of extreme poverty is to try to survive on less than 1.25 dollars a day. POVERTY IN THE US The number of poor in the United States rose slightly last year, to 46.5 million from 46.2 million in 2011. The proportion of those living below the poverty line, however, was unchanged at 15 percent of the population, according to new statistics. The figures show that the economic recovery which led to stock market rally has not yet found its way to ordinary wage earners.
The large proportion of working age population presents the opportunity to stimulate the economic growth. The first step towards demographic dividend is lowering the fertility and hence, changing the population structure. Many policymakers think that a demographic dividend results automatically from a large population of young people relative to the population of working-age adults and without the needed population, social, and economic policies.
It illustrates that whenever the stock market development increases by 1%, ROE will fall by 0.23%. A highly developed non-banking financial sector may apply competitive pressure on the banking sector since it is discussed that there is a positive association between market capitalisation and competition. This coefficient is not significant with a p-value greater than 0.05 and t-ratio higher than 1.96. Financial market does not have so much influence on profitability of banks. 220.127.116.11 Real growth rate For economic growth the coefficient is negative which explain that a fall of 1% in economic growth would result in a reduction of 0.735%.
In the urban population, IMRs in the five lowest infant mortality states have decreased faster than in five highest infant mortality states, resultantly inter-state inequality in urban infant mortality has increased. However in states with highest infant mortality, between 1981-83, has resulted in a decrease in the inter-state inequality. The median decrease in total infant mortality rate in states having lowest and the highest infant mortality in 1981-83 was 39.92 per cent and 54.16 per cent respectively. Similarly, the median decrease in rural infant mortality rate in states with lowest rural infant mortality and in states with highest infant mortality in 1981-83 was 39.96 and 54.73 per cent respectively; the corresponding figures for the urban infant mortality rate being 46.73 and 41.56 per cent respectively (Chaurasia, 2005). Kerala in India has the lowest infant mortality rates and recorded IMR of 7 against the national average of 34 in 2013(Indian Academy of
The first and foremost aim of the Central Bank is to maintain the inflation level to the minimum. The Quantitative Easing policy is differing and very inflationary since it uses money for both lending and keeping as reserves. Nevertheless the economic policy on the other hand states that the effect of inflation will be good when Quantitative Easing is used, when the economy goes down as it will encourage the economy as a whole initially. But it will create problems in the longer run as the effects of such a simulation will be an extreme challenge to deal with when the economy gradually recovers. Secondly, quantitative easing can lead to a fall in the interest rates in the short term and an increase in the rate of inflation in the longer run, hence causing an instability in the financial system as well as an increase in the interest rates, therefore it is essential for the central banks to keep the interest rates
Malthusian indicates that when population increases, land will reduce due to the limited land. The debate of between positive and negative effects of population on economic growth is being ongoing of issues either population is beneficial or deteriorates to economic growth in developing countries. But there are researcher that agreed with Malthus. As referred to Golley and Wei (2015). There are negative impact on GDP growth when population
Economic Concept The first economic concepts that exhibited in the article is GST will affect the aggregate demand and aggregate supply (AD-AS) model. From the articles, we know that GST taxes are applied only on the consumption component while the savings and investment are not taxed. This will encourage consumers to save more while the business to invest more in productive activities. Consumer spending is a major component of aggregate demand(AD) and economic growth(Y). If consumer increase in saving, it will reduce the rate of economic growth.
In the 40 years after 1950 the urban sector’s share of India’s population only rose from 17 percent to 26 percent, but in the 15 years after 1990 it is projected to have risen to 29 percent. Second, urban and rural poverty rates are converging, at least if official poverty lines are used. Even though the gap between urban and rural mean consumption levels is growing, urban inequality has increased, with the result that urban poverty reduction has been slower than that in rural