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  • Banking, Stocks & Shares, Bonds Week 10 Business English 2 Professor Hayashi
  • Today’s Class
    • attendance & homework check (mindmap)
    • review
    • banking vocabulary
    • stocks & shares
    • BREAK
    • bonds
    • show me the money!
  • Vocabulary
    • In a NEW pair, do exercise 1A on page 85
    • ANSWERS:
    • overdraft
    • credit card
    • cash dispenser/ATM
    • loan
    • standing order/direct debit
    • mortgage
    • cash card/debit card
    • home banking
    • current/checking account
    • deposit time/notice account
  • Vocabulary in reference to text
  • Stocks & Shares
    • Scan the article on page 91 to answer the questions in 1B
    • ANSWERS:
    • Because a non-incorporated business (i.e. one that is not a company) has unlimited liability for debts. If it owes money, the people involved in it are not protected from bankruptcy and can lose their personal possessions. A company provides legal protection and limited liability.
    • In order to raise capital, generally to expand the business.
    • Shares give their holders part of the ownership of a company. Shareholders receive a proportion of a company’s profits as a dividend, and may be able to make a capital gain by selling their shares at a higher price than they paid for them.
  • Bonds
    • Do exercise 2B, 2C in groups
    • ANSWERS
    • 2b
    • C (see first paragraph)
    • C (if interest rates have gone up, bondholders may get less than they jpaid for a bond, and if a company seems to be going bankrupt, no one will buy their bonds at any price, hence ‘try to get their money back’)
    • B (see 3rd paragraph)
    • C (see 4th paragraph. A is false because the advantage of bonds over bank loans is not a fiscal advantage, but a matter of borrowing costs)
    • B (see final paragraph)
  • Vocabulary
  • SHOW ME THE MONEY!
    • bankers vs. small business owners
    • only one loan to give
    • think of a product/service and prepare facts/figures about costs, sales projections, profit margins, repayment periods, existing competitors, new competitors, etc.
    • the bankers will decide who to give the loan to (and professionalism points!)
  • HOMEWORK!
    • DO EXERCISE 1C ON PAGE 97