He believes capital has a relational nature. By using social capital within a social network, in combination with other forms of capital, one can attempt to achieve a certain positioning within a field. Financial capital, in the form of the division budget, is crucial for the smooth implementation of PREXC. According to Dir. Toledo,
KCOM 329 PORTFOLIO N.M. MNCUBE 23902078 31 October 2014 PEST analysis of Groupon Political Tax policies Government stability Trade legislation Political alliances within the countries Economic Developed versus developing countries Recession Currency fluctuating Interest rates Level of employment Social Ageing population Differences of culture Life style Wealth distribution Customers purchasing habits Technological Dealing with smart phones or android Internet business flexibility Rate of change Access to new technology SWOT analysis of Groupon Strengths 1. Large numbers of customers 2. Many deals and discount are offered 3. Both Customers and sellers get amazing discounts and sellers are able to increase sales.
Also the parliament approving the Snowden 's emergency budget helped remove the budget deficit in Great Britain. B. Economic and social indicators. Read about the economic and social impact of the Great Depression in your country and answer the following table: Unemployment rate% 1929 - 2% 1932- 22 % ……. 2.5 million In the northeast parts of Great Britain unemployment was at 70% Currency Compared to the dollar $4.87 (Gold Standard) $3.69 (by this time they had already left the Gold Standard Recovery strategies These recovery strategies made things worse: They increased the income tax Introducing the means test that “determined of whether an individual or family is eligible for government assistance”.
Current ratio = Current assets/current liabilities = $1,085 million / $450 million = 2.41 2. Total Debt to equity = Total liabilities / Stockholder’s equity Total liabilities for 2009 = $1003 million Stockholder’s equity for 2009 = $1,845 million Ratio of total debt to stockholders’ equity for 2009 = $1,003/$1,845 = 54.36% 3. Gross profit rate = Gross profit / Sales Gross profit for 2009 = $2,362 million Gross margin percentage for 2009 = $2,362 / $3,540 = 66.72% 4. Return on sales = Net income / Sales Net income for 2009 = $272 million Sales for 2009 = $3,540 million Return on sales for 2009 = $272 / $3540 = 7.68% 5. Return on stockholders’ equity = Net income / Average stockholders’ equity Net income for 2009 = $272 million Average stockholders’ equity for 2009 = $1,732 million Return on stockholders’ equity for 2009 = $272 / $1,732 = 15.70% 6.
Efficiency Ratios The efficiency ratio is used to measure how the company uses its assets and liabilities internally, these ratios to measure the performance in short term. • Accounts Receivable Turnover This ratio used to measure the firm's effectiveness in extending credit and in collecting debts. The receivables turnover ratio is an activity ratio measuring how successfully a In collecting its AR during the year, if the company has AR turnover 2 that means the AR turned over two times during the year. Accounts Receivable Turnover= Credit sales AR average (assume that 75% sales are credit) AVON= 9.1 ULTA= 41.1 REVLON= 4.12 • Fixed Asset Turnover, Reflecting how efficiently a company has used its assets to generate revenue, a higher ratio indicate of greater efficiency in managing and investing fixed-asset. Fixed Asset Turnover= Net sales/ net assets EVON= 1.63 ULTA= 1.9 REVLON= .77 • Inventory turnover Inventory turnover is a ratio showing how many times a company's inventory is replaced over a specific period of time, the higher ratio the more success is the company in selling its inventory.
PEST analysis: Political: New rules and legislations applies with the current business tax and GST systems New employment legislations and laws and industrial relations applied in Australian workplace Political stabilities and instabilities within the usual trading foreign countries and sanctions applied to some certain countries within Austrade Economic: Overall international economic growths and fast pacing movements Interest rates cutting which are beneficial to all the individuals and households Social: Changes in the perceptions and attitudes from the traditional highly paid labour markets to more creative and innovative market requirements and staffing needs More and more immigrants want to settle down in Australia Technical: Automation and applications of high technologies used in the industry
October 31 Cash 1.5 Investment Revenue 1.5 November 1 Investment in Holistic Entertainment Enterprises $18 Cash $18 November 1 Cash $28 Sale of investment loss $2 Investment in Kansas Abstractors Bonds $30 December 1 Household Plastics Corporation Bonds Investment $60 Cash $60 December 20 US Treasury Bonds Investment $5.6 Cash $5.6 December 21 Common shares of NXS Corporation $44 Cash $44 December 23 Cash $5.7 Gain on sale of investments $.1 US Treasury Bonds Investment $5.6 December 29 Cash $3 Investment Revenue $3 December 31 Household Plastics Corporation Investment revenue receivable $0.3 Holistic Entertainment Enterprises Investment revenue receivable $0.6 Investment revenue $0.9 Topic Date Description Debt in millions Credit in millions Revaluations December 31 Net unrealized holding gains and losses $3 Fair Value Adjustment $3 Fair Value Adjustment $2 Net unrealized holding gains and losses $2 Closing entry Net unrealized holding gains and losses $2.0 Investment revenue $5.4 Gain on sale of investments $.1 Loss on sale of investment $2.0 Income summary $5.5 January 7, 2012 Cash $43 Loss on sale of investment $1 Investment in NXS common shares $44 P
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Organizational Strategy and Objectives The foundation of Wells Fargo’s strategy is its focus on customers. The company’s strategy tends to drive the choices they make and also enable them to prioritize its efforts, differential from peers, and build a lasting value for customers, employees, communities, and shareholders. The diversified business model tends to provide the company with the stability and the strength as it assures communities and customers that it exists to serve them and also the future generations. The objectives of the company are to be the leader in financial services in areas of team member engagement, customer services and advice, shareholder value, innovation, corporate citizenship, and risk management (Wells Fargo n.d). Through the use of innovative technology, Wells Fargo aims at creating new kinds of lasting value for businesses and customers and also increase efficiency for the internal
1) General Information About FDI Foreign direct investment (FDI) can be defined by saying: If an investor takes place in far from their home country with purchasing a firm in the landlord country’s border. According to “The Organization of Economic Corporation and Development (OECD)”, If a foreign investor has more the ten percent of the local company, ,this means that the foreign investor has control on the local company. One different description suggests that, basically, a company from one country’s doing a substantial investment into structure a plant in a different nation. Foreign Direct Investment plays an important part in global entrepreneurs and businesses. The FDI can easily provide a firm with new business environments and markets,