Explain why or why not issuing eurobonds is a good idea for sara lee corporation.

1. There are many real-life examples related to concepts discussed in Module 10. Try to locate and share some examples from current news, historical events, or your own professional experience. For example, the following article published in the Wall Street Journal on October, 27th, contains a great example of a currency swap:
JPMorgan Currency Deal Highlights Finance’s Green Shift; U.S. bank and Italian utility company Enel enter into a green cross-currency basis swap
Links to an external site. article (Wall Street Journal, 2002)
Or alternatively, you can discuss connections to course content in the following articles from the Wall Street Journal:
German Exchange Outperforms U.S. Rivals
Links to an external site. (WSJ, 2022)
China’s Bonds Win Third Key Index Inclusion; Move by FTSE Russell is expected to broaden the number of international investors for Chinese government debt
Links to an external site. article (Wall Street Journal, 2022)
Chinese Bond Issuers Bypass U.S. Investors; With plenty of dollars already in Asia, borrowers have less reason to look abroad
Links to an external site. article (Wall Street Journal, 2022)
If you’d like to learn more about banking, the following article describes an example of how the Basel regulatory framework has been affected by the impact of the coronavirus on banks. You can discuss how the module helps understand the article and whether you think the relaxation of the capital rules will be helpful and effective or not:
Basel Regulators Loosen Bank Capital Rules
Links to an external site.Website
2. You may also select to comment on Chapter 12’s Mini Case (p. 338 – attached). Explain why or why not issuing Eurobonds is a good idea for Sara Lee Corporation.
Although not directly related to the module, if you are considering working in banking, or if you just want to learn what “compliance” and “regtech” are, you may want to read the following short article and give a quick watch to the video below (Moody’s Analytics won an award for their program, which applies machine learning techniques to compliance):
2018-04-17-moodys-analytics-announces-cloud-services-to-help-banks-with-regulatory-compliance.pdf
Actions
Moody’s Analytics
Links to an external site. website
Additionally, on the discussion board, you may want to describe, in your own words, the insights, doubts, queries, and serendipitous findings when presented with the content in this module and discuss how you came to understand the concept. This should not be undigested information copied from course materials or internet resources.
Attached are the module material and videos (below) to compare according to the article provided to elaborate on the discussion:

Explain why or why not issuing eurobonds is a good idea for sara lee corporation.

1. There are many real-life examples related to concepts discussed in Module 10. Try to locate and share some examples from current news, historical events, or your own professional experience. For example, the following article published in the Wall Street Journal on October, 27th, contains a great example of a currency swap:
JPMorgan Currency Deal Highlights Finance’s Green Shift; U.S. bank and Italian utility company Enel enter into a green cross-currency basis swap
Links to an external site. article (Wall Street Journal, 2002)
Or alternatively, you can discuss connections to course content in the following articles from the Wall Street Journal:
German Exchange Outperforms U.S. Rivals
Links to an external site. (WSJ, 2022)
China’s Bonds Win Third Key Index Inclusion; Move by FTSE Russell is expected to broaden the number of international investors for Chinese government debt
Links to an external site. article (Wall Street Journal, 2022)
Chinese Bond Issuers Bypass U.S. Investors; With plenty of dollars already in Asia, borrowers have less reason to look abroad
Links to an external site. article (Wall Street Journal, 2022)
If you’d like to learn more about banking, the following article describes an example of how the Basel regulatory framework has been affected by the impact of the coronavirus on banks. You can discuss how the module helps understand the article and whether you think the relaxation of the capital rules will be helpful and effective or not:
Basel Regulators Loosen Bank Capital Rules
Links to an external site.Website
2. You may also select to comment on Chapter 12’s Mini Case (p. 338 – attached). Explain why or why not issuing Eurobonds is a good idea for Sara Lee Corporation.
Although not directly related to the module, if you are considering working in banking, or if you just want to learn what “compliance” and “regtech” are, you may want to read the following short article and give a quick watch to the video below (Moody’s Analytics won an award for their program, which applies machine learning techniques to compliance):
2018-04-17-moodys-analytics-announces-cloud-services-to-help-banks-with-regulatory-compliance.pdf
Actions
Moody’s Analytics
Links to an external site. website
Additionally, on the discussion board, you may want to describe, in your own words, the insights, doubts, queries, and serendipitous findings when presented with the content in this module and discuss how you came to understand the concept. This should not be undigested information copied from course materials or internet resources.
Attached are the module material and videos (below) to compare according to the article provided to elaborate on the discussion:

Explain why or why not issuing eurobonds is a good idea for sara lee corporation.

1. There are many real-life examples related to concepts discussed in Module 10. Try to locate and share some examples from current news, historical events, or your own professional experience. For example, the following article published in the Wall Street Journal on October, 27th, contains a great example of a currency swap:
JPMorgan Currency Deal Highlights Finance’s Green Shift; U.S. bank and Italian utility company Enel enter into a green cross-currency basis swap
Links to an external site. article (Wall Street Journal, 2002)
Or alternatively, you can discuss connections to course content in the following articles from the Wall Street Journal:
German Exchange Outperforms U.S. Rivals
Links to an external site. (WSJ, 2022)
China’s Bonds Win Third Key Index Inclusion; Move by FTSE Russell is expected to broaden the number of international investors for Chinese government debt
Links to an external site. article (Wall Street Journal, 2022)
Chinese Bond Issuers Bypass U.S. Investors; With plenty of dollars already in Asia, borrowers have less reason to look abroad
Links to an external site. article (Wall Street Journal, 2022)
If you’d like to learn more about banking, the following article describes an example of how the Basel regulatory framework has been affected by the impact of the coronavirus on banks. You can discuss how the module helps understand the article and whether you think the relaxation of the capital rules will be helpful and effective or not:
Basel Regulators Loosen Bank Capital Rules
Links to an external site.Website
2. You may also select to comment on Chapter 12’s Mini Case (p. 338 – attached). Explain why or why not issuing Eurobonds is a good idea for Sara Lee Corporation.
Although not directly related to the module, if you are considering working in banking, or if you just want to learn what “compliance” and “regtech” are, you may want to read the following short article and give a quick watch to the video below (Moody’s Analytics won an award for their program, which applies machine learning techniques to compliance):
2018-04-17-moodys-analytics-announces-cloud-services-to-help-banks-with-regulatory-compliance.pdf
Actions
Moody’s Analytics
Links to an external site. website
Additionally, on the discussion board, you may want to describe, in your own words, the insights, doubts, queries, and serendipitous findings when presented with the content in this module and discuss how you came to understand the concept. This should not be undigested information copied from course materials or internet resources.
Attached are the module material and videos (below) to compare according to the article provided to elaborate on the discussion:

The questions will be comparable to those covered in class; therefore, the best form of revision will be to work through lecture and tutorial questions, exercises and problems.

Pratice E–x-a-m Time: 2/11/2022 2:00pm-5:00pm AEDT
Duration : 3hrs
Question structure:
The examination will consist of 2/11/2022 2:00pm-5:00pm AEDT and 1 trade model numerical/graphical questions and 1 article analysis. The questions will be comparable to those covered in class; therefore, the best form of revision will be to work through lecture and tutorial questions, exercises and problems.
Topic covered: Similar to that screenshot attached

Focus on: national security, country image, regime uncertainty, stability/instability (political or economic), risks, reforms, institutions, government regulations, transparency and accountability, public governance and administration, business deregulation, taxes, rule of law, property rights, enforcement mechanisms, cross-border trade and capital movements, corruption, crime, poverty, infrastructure (buildings, roads, and transportation, water, power supplies, communication networks), employment, social

Examine the conditions/factors most important for investment and growth in Germany
FOCUS ON: National security, country image, regime uncertainty, stability/instability (political or economic), risks, reforms, institutions, government regulations, transparency and accountability, public governance and administration, business deregulation, taxes, rule of law, property rights, enforcement mechanisms, cross-border trade and capital movements, corruption, crime, poverty, infrastructure (buildings, roads, and transportation, water, power supplies, communication networks), employment, social constructs, labor and labor standards, education, wages, etc…
This should be DOUBLE SPACED AND 3 PAGES
ADD AS MUCH DETAIL AS POSSIBLE TO ANSWER THE PROMPT

– font times new roman 12 size.use footer to insert page number -must check spelling and grammar – on word format not pdf – use the data on the excel sheet

– low plagiarism less than 30%
– written assignment with presentation
– font times new roman 12 size.use footer to insert page number
-must check spelling and grammar
– on Word format not PDF
– use the data on the excel sheet