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They differ in the type of Derivative Contract that is chosen. A Swap would be an agreement with a second counterparty, in which in your example, the bank would swap or trade their interest rate asset, with a second counterparty, and which the bank would receive another asset from the second counterparty, and they agree to hold these swapped assets for a ...


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does this negatively affect their power to create added value for the future? You seem to answer your own question ("bank loan aids given disproportionately to the firm's assets will definitely reduce its power to generate added value", emphasis added), but the conclusion does not follow from the premise. Basically you have a preconceived idea and ...


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