Your Questions About E Trade Paper Trading

Susan asks…

Help with Global history please?

Which is most easiest to write a paper on?
Trade routes. Discuss its global importance, as well as how patterns of economic exchange shifted and altered during perios designated for each:
~~the Indian Ocean trade network (1000-1500)
~~the gold trade in West and Central Africa (500-1300)
~~the Silk Road (100 B.C. E–500C.E)
~~the eastern Mediterranean (500-1300)
I have to write about the topic in that perenthesized time period. and how it changed over the period of time and how it affected the world during the time and stuff. please help i have a hard time choosing and give a little info ?

John answers:

The Silk Road is the easiest.

You can write about trade between the Chinese and Roman empires.

Ken asks…

i need help matching the cause with the effect?

Cause:
1.Americas distance from britain and the growth of colonial self government.
2.British mercantilism
3.the large British debt incurred defending the colonies in the French and Indian War
4.Passage of the Stamp Act
5.British troops sent to enforce order in Boston.
6.The British goverment’s attemps to maintain the East India Company’s tea monopoly.
7.The Boston Tea Party.
8.The Intolerable Acts
9.A British attempt to seize the colonial militia’s gunpowder supplies.
10.The Continental Congress’s reluctance to taz Americans for war.
Effects:
A.Prompted the summoning of the First continental Congress.
B.Led Grenville to propose the Sugar Act, Quartering Act, and Stamp act.
C.Precipitated the Battle of Lexington and Concord.
D.Fired on colonial citizens in the Boston Massacre.
E.Prompted passage of the Intolerable Acts, including the Boston Port Act.
F.Resulted in printing of large amounts of paper currenct and skyrocketing inflation.
G.Enforced restrictions on colonial manufacturing, trade, and paper currency.
H.Led to gradual development of a colonial sense of independence years before the Revolution.
I.Spurred patriots to stage Boston Tea Party.
J.Was greeted in the colonies by the nonimportation agreements, the stamp act congress, and the forced resignation of stamp agents.

John answers:

You don’t need help with this Lauren, this is like 5th grade US History, this is way too easy……you’re just being lazy. You think this is hard, surely you can match up at least 3-4 of these to get you started.

Ruth asks…

Help with matching cause and effect?

I need help matching the letters with the numbers. Numbers are the cause and the letters are effects.

1. Americas distance from Britain and the growth of colonial self- government.
2. British mercantilism
3. The large British debt incurred defending the colonies in the french and indian war.
4. Passage of the stamp act.
5. British troops sent to enforce order in Boston
6. The British governments attempt to maintain the East India Company’s tea monopoly.
7. The Boston Tea Party
8. The intolerable act
9. A British attempt to seize the colonial militias gunpowder supplies
10. The Continental Congress’s reluctance to tax Americas for war.

A. a. Prompted the summoning of the England and the growth of First Continental Congress colonial self-government
B. Led Grenville to propose theSugar Act, Quartering Act, and Stamp Act
C. Precipitated the Battle of Lexington and Concord
D. Fired on Colonial citizens in the Boston Massacre
E.. Prompted passage of the Intolerable Acts,including the Boston Port Act
F. Resulted in the printing of large amounts of paper currency and skyrocketing inflation
G. Enforced restrictions on colonial manufacturing, trade, and paper currency
H. Led to gradual development of a colonial sense of independence years before the Revolution
I. Spurred patriots to stage the Boston Tea Party
J. Was greeted in the colonies by the nonimportation agreements, the Stamp Act Congress, and the forced resignation of stamp acts.

John answers:

C
f
a
d
j
b
i
g
e
h

William asks…

What are the large pulp and paper companies in Asia? And at what P/E multiples do they trade?

John answers:

Http://www.bilt.com/investor/index.htm, pe range around 20

Laura asks…

I’m looking for printing standards for bearer securities lists to the trade marks. Where can I get it?

I’ve got printing standarts to registration on the Niderland & Luxemboerge trade marks. And I need information to another..
Actually I’m loking for the paper for the securities, printing for the securities, guilloches, printing process e.t.c. Because every trade mark presents their own standarts. Thanks for Your help!

John answers:

Are we a counterfeiter? Nigerian maybe?

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