Finance

Monetary policy is a set of measures taken by Central Bank of the government to stabilize the economy (strengthening the national currency, accelerating economic growth, lowering prices, and so on). It is part of the macroeconomic policy, carried out by using various methods and tools, depending on objectives. In developed economies monetary policy has to…

A balance sheet of a bank shows all financial operations conducted by a bank for a certain period of time. It recognizes the borrowed funds by them, their own funds, their sources, their placements in credit and other transactions. It is recorded in the two ways. In the left part (asset) all assets are reflected…

It's everywhere and in every life because money rules the world. It is at the heart of the World Order and it began because of a desperate need for power and control. It continues along the same path as those seeking more than others are caught in a web of deceit that waylays anything standing…

A surety bond can be defined as contract between three parties guaranteeing that a job will be completed in accordance with the contract terms. The three are the project owner who is the obligee, contractor who is the principal and the surety who ensures the task at hand is completed as per the agreement terms.…

In the year 2015, being a person who likes to stay abreast of the various political and economic activities, I was often confused with the term 'Green Finance'. Moreover, the excessive use of this term in G20 pushed me to learn more about it and provide an understanding to you as well. Green finance can…