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Faith-freindly Economics

Faith is one of the basic pillars of a nation’s economy, expounds Dr. Razia Irfan

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Adam Smith and Modern Economics

Self-interest is the leading doctrine of Capitalism

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Financial Markets 2/3

More risk more profit. This case is applied in equity shares. There is more risk depositing in equity shares and more profit as well. We could understand from the previous news reports that equity shares have more growth than any other investments.

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Financial Markets 3/3

Shareholders should know at least the basic terminologies before going for a trade of shares. EPS – which stands for Earning per share, shows the net profit earned by the company per share.

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For a better future -1

KV Shamsudheen, Pravasi Bandhu, ellaborates the preventive methods of avoiding wastage of money in expatriate life

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Mutual Funds

Shamsudheen, Pravasi Bandhu, explains about
Financial market
Money market
Primary market
Bank deposit

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Financial Markets 1/3

There are two types of share markets. Primary market and secondary market. When people buy shares directly from the companies then it is primary market. When people buy the shares from the market it’s called secondary market. This is the starting stage of share market.

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Shortcomings of modern economic systems

Modern economic systems may be grouped into traditional economies, market (or capitalist economies), command (or centrally planned economies) and mixed economies. We elaborate here the shortcomings of these systems.

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Scope of Islamic Banking in Kerala

Kerala Muslims are perhaps the wealthiest in the country having the highest standard of living. “There is at least Rs5,000 crore of unclaimed interest in Kerala alone”.

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Managing Your Greatest Resource

I believe corporate culture is an asset that gets cashed over a period of 5 years. We recruit people that culturally fit our organization. Things become really easy then.

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