Lessons for Banking and Finance

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  • Japan's Economic Miracle-Part Five: Causes of Stagnation - … cheap, there was a meeting of finance ministers from 5 countries (USA, France, England, Germany, and Japan) who agreed to increase the … law which critically limited the banks in financing land development. With funding no longer widely available, land and stock Lessons about Japan - 222 … . Having the same employees and leader over a period of several years can help a company's finances. 3. The Korean War …
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  • Spend, Save, Invest, or Donate (3-5) - … song "You Can Bank on Me" (Attachment One) Personal Finance Definitions: Save, Invest, Spend, Donate (Attachment Two) Economics and Money Visual Organizer (Attachment … (money payment or fee) to lenders, such as other individuals, bank and credit card companies, credit unions, or other sources. So, interest … the students to get small change from their own savings banks and earn money doing extra jobs around the house. Encourage families …
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  • Spend, Save, Invest, or Donate (2nd grade) - … song "You Can Bank on Me" (Attachment One) Personal Finance Definitions: Save, Invest, Spend, Donate (Attachment Two) Economics and Money Visual Organizer (Attachment … (money payment or fee) to lenders, such as other individuals, bank and credit card companies, credit unions, or other sources. So, interest … the students to get small change from their own savings banks and earn money doing extra jobs around the house. Encourage families …
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  • Election Troubles: Gerrymandering, Dres & the Money Chase - … Association; and individual contributions. For the 2004 elections, the top donor to candidates was Goldman Sachs, a global investment banking and securities firm … political financing and their implications for the democratic process. 2. Campaign finance reform efforts that aim to level the playing field among candidates and … state elections. How would public financing work? What are the pros and cons? For additional information about campaign finance reform, see also the …
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  • Who is Considered A Good Credit Risk? - … and the 6 C's of credit would be beneficial for a student who is interested in a career of banking &/or finance. Activities 2 As students are answering the do now questions and distribute colored sticks Discuss … future. Some examples of capital are bank accounts, cash value built up in insurance policies, stock and bonds, etc. Conditions: The economic …
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  • Globalization: Free Trade & Fair Trade, Jobs & Justice - … international economic institutions, with the IMF [International Monetary Fund], World Bank and WTO [World Trade Organization], which help set the rules of … financed (if the measure will cost money). A recorder should be responsible for writing down the five-point plan, the rationale and financing ideas. Ask a reporter from each group to present its program to the class for questions and discussion. After …
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  • FDR and Barack Obama: Leading the Nation Through Hard Times - … states and often flooded them, and to provide electricity, sanitation and economic development to an impoverished area of high infant mortality and rampant disease Financed … nosedived. And the equity Americans thought they had in their homes, which once enabled them to pay off debts and finance new purchases, has evaporated. The chronically ill split pills. Banks and a huge insurance company fail or get federal bailouts. Investment banks
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  • Business Financing Options - … Financing Options 1. Start-up financing 2. Equipment leasing 3. Community development financial institutions (CDFIs) 4. Microloans 5. Asset-based loans 6. BankFinancing Options (Continued) Provide time for students to complete the gallery walk activity and note taking. 5 30 Discussion: Business Financing Options and Financing Time Frames When class resumes, ask students to look back over their completed Student Resource 8.1. "Worksheet: Business Financing
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  • Finance and Responsible Lending - … first to rate this resource! Finance and Responsible Lending This lesson teaches high school students about banks and how to have a good credit … Role of Banks Introduce the lesson by asking students if they have a savings or checking account at a bank and asking students to name some different banks. Write the names of the banks on the board. Next …
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  • The Causes of the 2008 Financial Crisis - … of banks and the decisions they make to determine when to lend money. Students learn about the components of credit worthiness and are introduced to the basics of credit risk. Check out the Finance and Responsible Lending Lesson Plan … video. You might also like The 2008 Wall Street Bailout Finance and Responsible Lending The Origin of Banking
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