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Firm Financial Status and Investment Behaviour: Evidence from Manufacturing Firms in Nigeria

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Dividend Practices in Listed Companies: Study on the Manufacturing Sector of Bangladesh

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Possible Impact of Facebook’s Libra on Volatility of Bitcoin: Evidence from Initial Coin Offer Funding Data

Volatility Structure of Crypto-Currency Markets: A Case Study of Bitcoin Currency // Journal of Financial Economic Policy. doi: https://doi.org/10.1108/JFEP-10-2018-0147 . 35. Ram, A. J. (2019). Bitcoin as a New Asset Class // Meditari Accountancy Research. Vol. 27, No. 1, pp. 147–168. doi: https://doi.org/10.1108/medar-11-2017-0241 . 36. Senarathne, C. W. (2019). The Leverage Effect and Information Flow Interpretation for Speculative Bitcoin Prices: Bitcoin Volume vs ARCH Effect // European Journal of Economic Studies. Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 77–84. doi: https

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Linking CRM capabilities to business performance: a comparison within markets and between products

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Possibility of Company Goodwill Valuation: Verification in Slovak and Czech Republic

Financial Resources for Business: Case Study of the Czech and Slovak Republic. Ekonomicko-manazerske Spektrum , 11(1), 62-73. Fanelli, V., & Ryden, A.K. (2018). Pricing a Swing Contract in a Gas Sale Company. Economics, Management, and Financial Markets , 13(2), 40-55. Feltham, G.A., & Ohlson, J.A. (1995). Valuation and Clean Surplus Accounting for Operating and Financial Activities. Contemporary Accounting Research , 11, 689-731. Fernandez, P. (2002). Three Residual Income Valuation Methods and Discounted Cash Flow Valuation. SSRN Electronic Journal

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Marketing Spending and Brand Performance Volatility

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If company revenues fluctuate, the resulting volatility makes it more difficult to project the company’s future revenues and earnings and ensure steady cash-flow. This lessens investor confidence and, as such, can harm the financial health of a brand. So, effective marketing can have undesired financial side effects.

The optimal marketing behaviors derived with and without volatility calculations will be quite different. Analytically savvy companies will be able to gain competitive advantage from this realization.

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The Dynamics of Savings Mobilisation in Lesotho

-Regional Private Capital Flows in Eastern and Southern Africa: a Study of South African Investment”. 24. McKinnon, R.I., (1973), Money and Capital in Economic Development, Brookings Institution. 25. Odhiambo, N.M., (2009), “Savings and Economic Growth in South Africa: A Multivariate Causality Test”, Journal of Policy Modeling, 31(5), pp. 708-718. 26. Saltz, I.S., (1999), “An Examination of the Causal Relationship between Savings and Growth in the Third World”, Journal of Economic Finance, Vol. 23, pp. 90-98. 27. Sekantsi, L.P. and Kalebe, K.M., (2015

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A Review on Status of Production of Large Cardamom in Nepal and its Marketing in National and Global Scenario

_Boon_for_Mountain_Populations_Large_Cardamom_Farming_in_the_Sikkim_Himalaya [3] Singh, A. I., Pothula, A. K. 2013. Postharvest Processing of Large Cardamom in the Eastern Himalaya. Mountain Research and Development, 33(4), 453–462. https://doi.org/10.1659/MRD-JOURNAL-D-12-00069.1 [4] MoAD. 2015. Trade Flow Analysis of Large Cardamom in Eastern Region. Retrieved from http://www.moadwto.gov.np/noticefile/TradeFlowAnalysisofLargeCardamom_1449033478.pdf [5] Thakur, K. 2010. Knowledge Innovation Repository of Agriculture in North East. ICAR. [6] Go International Project. 2013. An export promotion initiative from

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Is the Nigerian Stock Market Efficient? Pre and Post 2007-2009 Meltdown Analysis

, Nigeria. 46. Jensen, M.C. & Ruback, R.S., (1983), The market for corporate control: The scientific evidence, Journal of Financial Economics, 11, pp. 5-50. 47. Jensen, M.C. & Warner, J.B., (1988), The distribution of power among corporate managers, shareholders, and directors, Journal of Financial Economics, 20, pp. 3-24. 48. Jensen, M.C., (1986), The agency costs of free cash flows, corporate finance and takeovers, American Economic Review, 76, pp. 323-329. 49. Kaberuka, D., (2009), Start this engine: Africa’s policymakers should prepare for

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My customers are better than yours! On Reporting Customer Equity

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Managers and investors need information about the performance and future prospects of a firm. If information is relevant in steering a business, it is also relevant for its investors’ investment decisions. Recent initiatives demand information that supplements and complements a firm’s financial statements to bridge the gap between financial statement capabilities and financial reporting objectives. Firms that aim to increase the value of their customer base should manage their business by future-oriented customer metrics. They should also report this information externally because it aligns customer management with corporate goals and investors’ perspectives. The authors propose a means to report customer equity that enables monitoring firms’ performance with respect to their customer assets. Furthermore, they develop a specific model for Netflix and apply it to quarterly reports that cover more than six years.

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