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3.2.2 Relationship between bond price and interest rate of savings account.

Mohini Jain
Gold medalist in Economics and graduate from St. Francis. Loves to read novels.

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Audio is bit low. Pls raise your voice pitch
tq madm. really hlpful
maam your way of teaching was excellent.Iam economy feared student as i was from technical background...anyhow now iam learning economics freely through your videos...@4:32 in video u have written 109.29 rs in savings account(actual value of bond is 100 rs and from where did this 9 es come from) plz tell me clearly maam it was very interesting...thank u maam
if rate of intrest is inversely proportional to price of bonds , why have you used directly proportional symbol in representation ?
Mohini Jain
a year ago
Hey chanchal... Thats the symbol for inversly proportional only... :)
Chanchal Tomar
a year ago
but for invers;y proportional we write 1/x(that value) in front of the proportionality symbol , ?
Mohini Jain
a year ago
If you write in the way you are describing.. You simply put = symbol and write... But if you use the symbol which i used you can simply write the 'x' value :)
maximum rate of interest is just our expectations about interest rate? or it is anything else?
Mohini Jain
a year ago
Yes its just our expectation... Speculation is all about expectations.
Mandar Kharkar
a year ago
thank you very much mam..
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