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May
22
2012

Fiscal Deficit:

Fundamental analysis

It is defined as the difference between the government’s total revenue(excluding borrowings) and total expenditure for a specified financial year. When the total expenditure exceeds total revenue then the figure obtained by taking the difference between the two is said to be fiscal deficit; and when total revenue exceeds total expenditure of the government then the figure so obtained is said to be the fiscal surplus. Higher fiscal deficit is considered to be riskier for […]

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Mar
23
2012

Fundamental analysis:

Fundamental analysis is the process of analysing the real worth of a stock or a business by looking at the fundamental level of the stock. Which means that to judge the stock’s real worth against it’s market value, the financial books are studied deeply. Such an analysis includes calculating various financial ratios and thus judging the health of a business. The underlying assumption taken here is; that stock market may misprice a security but the […]

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Mar
19
2012

Fiscal Consolidation:

Fiscal consolidation refers to the policy or strategy aimed at reducing the fiscal deficit and accumulation of debt by any economy. The objective of fiscal consolidation lies in stabilizing the financial condition of the economy. This is achieved by limiting the accumulation of fresh debt, addition of sources of revenue, limiting the unproductive expenditure (including subsidies), etc. Rating agencies, while rating different economies look for the steps taken by them towards fiscal consolidation; as it […]

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Mar
10
2012

Fair Value

In valuation of a company the term fair value means the present value of all the assets and liabilities as well as future cash flows discounted at due rate.

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