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Week 1:

Portfolio management steps: 1. Evaluate client characteristics 2. Assess market opportunities 3. Define objectives and constraints 4. Set overall investment strategy, including asset allocation 5. Select investment managers and investment vehicles 6. Implement strategy 7. Measure and evaluate performance 8. Monitor and adjust |

Investment policy = long term, investment strategy = short term | Objectives are 1. Stability of principal 2. Income 3. Growth of income 4. Capital appreciation | Covariance

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Nowadays , the number of Spaniards traveling abroad has increased considerably, the big surprise comes when the news comes out that travel within Spain has also increased. There is a large part that prefers to look for nearby sites of the great catalog of visits that we enjoy in our country, and then another large number of people prefer to visit and to know new places. The purpose of this essay is to comment on the differences and similarities between traveling in and out of Spain.

The first great

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Most-favoured-nation (MFN): treating other people equally “Under the WTO agreements, countries cannot normally discriminate between their trading partners. Grant someone a special favor (such as a lower customs duty rate for one of their products) and you have to do the same for all other WTO members.” (WTO) Anti-dumping. In economics, “dumping” is a kind of predatory pricing, especially in the context of international trade. It occurs when manufacturers export a product to another country at

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-Integrated logistics management:The logistics concept that emphasizes teamwork, both inside the company and among all the marketing channel organizations, to maximize the performance of the entire distribution system.

-Promotion mix:the specific blend of promotion tools that the company uses to engage customers, persuasively communicate customer value, and build customer relationships

-Madison & Vine:a term that has come to represent the merging of advertising and entertainment in an effort to

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Marketing entry strategies are the way that a company choose to enter a market after a company has set its target objectives in the target markets. The choice is influenced by the level of control, risk and flexibility a company want to have or take. 3 types:
Export modes. (low control,low risk, high flexibility). Most common mode of initial entry to international markets. 1.Indirect modes. suitable for a firm with limited international expansion objectives and limited resources that wants to enter
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1.Which is not a reason why the EU passed the 2009 regulation? à Employ the younger generations.    2.Prior to this regulation, all member states were consistently following rules and regulations. -> False   3.Which of the consequences are because of the inconsistent application of rules and directives? à Employing staff with a low professional qualification; Distortion of competition.    4.How might employing an unprofessional staff harm the image of the road transport operation sector?

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