Presentation on theme: "REVISION PT2 ENGLISH FOR ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE. TASK Create odd-one-out tasks with some of the concepts in the presentation. You are free to use other."— Presentation transcript:
TASK Create odd-one-out tasks with some of the concepts in the presentation. You are free to use other words from the course material. e.g. STAG, BULL, BEAR, DEER UNDERWRITE, REPEAL, DEREGULATE, ABOLISH
PEOPLE 1)People who set up new businesses. 2)Rich individuals who lend money to start-ups. 3)Traders in stocks who quote bid and offer prices. 4)Someone who buys and sells stocks and other securities for retail and institutional clients, through a stock exchange or over the counter, in return for a fee or commission. 5)People who buy stocks and sell them again before the settlement day.
PEOPLE 6)Investors who expect stock prices to fall. 7)Investors who buy new share issues hoping they will be oversubscribed. A person who makes sure that everybody obeys government regulations and follows internal procedures. 8)People who buy and sell shares rapidly, hoping to make a profit. 9)A person who is considered a higher-than- normal credit risk.
ACTIVITIES 1)Behaving according to regulations, rules, policies etc. 2)Disguising the source of money acquired from criminal activities 3)Buying or selling stocks when you have confidential information about a company. 4)Detailed examination of a company and its financial situaton. 5)Eliminating risks. 6)Turning profits into stocks.
ADJECTIVES 1)able to influence or change a price 2)dishonest and illegal (intending to get money by deceiving people) 3)unwilling to lend to new companies where there’s a danger that they won’t get their money back 4)insolvent, unable to pay debts 5)according to a law or regulation
GRAPH DESCRIPTION REPORT STRUCTURE 1)introduction 2)body 3)conclusion TENSES consistency (present or past) VOCABULARY synonyms of fall and rise
GRAPH DESCRIPTION REPORT STRUCTURE 1)INTRODUCTION two standard opening sentences to introduce the graph and your report. sentence one: what the graph is about (the date, location, what is being described in the graph etc.) sentence two (and possibly three): sum up the overall trend. e.g. It can be clearly seen that …
GRAPH DESCRIPTION 2) BODY describe the graph in detail decide on the most clear and logical order to present the information 3) CONCLUSION one or two sentences which summarise your report or draw a relevant conclusion
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