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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...
Vocabulary
In a NEW pair, do exercise 1A on page 85
ANSWERS:
1. overdraft
2. credit card
3. cash dispenser/ATM
4. loan
5. ...
Vocabulary in reference to text
Stocks & Shares• Scan the article on page 91 to answer the
questions in 1B
ANSWERS:
1. Because a non-incorporated business...
Bonds
Do exercise 2B, 2C in groups
ANSWERS
2b
1. C (see first paragraph)
2. C (if interest rates have gone up, bondholders...
Vocabulary
SHOW ME THE MONEY!
• bankers vs. small business owners
• only one loan to give
• think of a product/service and
prepare fa...
HOMEWORK!
DO EXERCISE 1C ON PAGE 97
HOMEWORK!
DO EXERCISE 1C ON PAGE 97
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  1. 1. Banking, Stocks & Shares, Bonds Week 10 Business English 2 Professor Hayashi
  2. 2. Today’s Class • attendance & homework check (mindmap) • review • banking vocabulary • stocks & shares BREAK • bonds • show me the money!
  3. 3. Vocabulary In a NEW pair, do exercise 1A on page 85 ANSWERS: 1. overdraft 2. credit card 3. cash dispenser/ATM 4. loan 5. standing order/direct debit 6. mortgage 7. cash card/debit card 8. home banking 9. current/checking account 10.deposit time/notice account
  4. 4. Vocabulary in reference to text
  5. 5. Stocks & Shares• Scan the article on page 91 to answer the questions in 1B ANSWERS: 1. 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. 2. In order to raise capital, generally to expand the business. 3. 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.
  6. 6. Bonds Do exercise 2B, 2C in groups ANSWERS 2b 1. C (see first paragraph) 2. 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’) 3. B (see 3rd paragraph) 4. 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) 5. B (see final paragraph)
  7. 7. Vocabulary
  8. 8. 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!)
  9. 9. HOMEWORK! DO EXERCISE 1C ON PAGE 97
  10. 10. HOMEWORK! DO EXERCISE 1C ON PAGE 97

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