EBIT margin

The EBIT margin is a financial ratio that measures the profitability of a company calculated without taking into account the effect of interest and taxes. It is calculated by dividing EBIT (earnings before interest and taxes) by sales or net income. EBIT margin is also known as operating margin. It is characterized by reflecting the … Read more

Financial Statement

Financial statements are a set of four most significant reports of a business corporation or an organization. It tells about the overall health of a business in terms of finance. A standard set of Financial statements include: Balance Sheet or Statement of Financial Position Income statement or Statement of Income Cash Flow statement or Statement … Read more

Earnings Per Share – EPS

Earnings per share (EPS) is the part of a company’s net profit obtained by each outstanding share of common stock. Earnings per share is a financial metric, that indicates the profitability of a company. Earnings Per Share Formula: We can calculate EPS by using the formula below: The number of outstanding shares of a company … Read more

Balance Sheet

Balance sheet is one of the four major financial statements of a company or entity. Balance sheet portraits an entity’s economic and financial status on a given date. It’s a summary of entity’s assets, liabilities and equity on a certain date. It’s like a photograph of an organization’s financial health taken on a specific time. … Read more

Cashless society


Cashless society is an economic concept where financial transactions are executed in an electronic format rather using banknote. In a cashless society, each party will have an electronic card or device which will be used to execute the transaction. The cashless transaction may be executed in the form of Credit card, Debit card, Mobile wallet, … Read more



Refinance or refinancing is the process of acquiring a new mortgage to pay off the balance of an existing mortgage. Typically the new mortgage comes with better terms and condition. Also called as Refi. Here are some typical scenarios, usually when people consider refinancing: When there is a lower interest rate offer Borrower’s will to … Read more

Refi bubble


Refi bubble is referred to such a period when a significant number of existing mortgages are refinanced to take advantage of the drop in interest rates. A typical refi bubble is seen in the Real Estate market for home mortgages. According to Federal Reserve Bulletin in 2001 – 2003 an incredible number of mortgages are … Read more



Market is a physical place or a virtual place accessible through the internet where sellers and buyers of particular products or services can interact directly or through intermediaries to trade at prices determined by the forces of demand and supply. Market facilitates a transaction to take place. It should have the potentials of (1) convenient … Read more


LIBOR stands for London InterBank Offered Rate (aka ICE LIBOR) is the benchmark interest rate for interbank short-term unsecured loans. LIBOR is calculated based on submission of interest rates by panel banks (ICE LIBOR Currency Panels), that they expect they would be charged by others for borrowing money. So, LIBOR is an average rate at … Read more



Finance is the discipline of study that basically deals with money, management of money, and the value of money over time. It teaches us how to obtain the required fund at least possible cost and how to invest our available resources for maximum possible return. Finance intends to price assets based on their Rate of … Read more