Like fuel for a car. If a canister of gasoline lies somewhere in the garage, and does not power the engine, then there is little sense from such fuel. Moreover, there is a risk of leakage, fire, etc. So is the money stored under the mattress: not only useless, but also detrimental to the economy. Let’s figure out why.
Financial inclusion – accessibility for everyone and everyone of basic financial services, such as a bank account, online payment, mobile wallets, deposits and loans, participation in investment funds and transfer of funds for management, money transfers, etc. Continue reading
According to basic economic principles, if a company lowers the price of its products, then that company can sell more products. However, this will generate less profit for each additional item sold. Marginal revenue is the increase in revenue from the sale of an additional unit of output. Marginal revenue can be calculated using a simple formula: Marginal revenue = (change in total revenue)/(change in units sold). Continue reading
Debt service is the periodic (usually annual) payment of accrued interest and part of the principal amount of the debt. When applying for a loan, companies are required to disclose debt servicing data. Based on the amount of debt service payments and the amount of net income, investors calculate the debt service ratio, which is the percentage of net income that goes to repay the loan.
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