Contact the retailer. Let’s say you’ve gotta buy tons of household goods and you’re ever so tempted by the $150 Bed Bath Beyond gift card that somebody’s selling for $50. Before you bite, call the retailer and ask how you can verify how much cash is on the card.
Assets that are not very liquid, such as plants and proprietary equipment, have secondary markets in which used assets can be sold. These assets typically suffer from low liquidity because there are costs, sometimes high costs, associated with their disposal in secondary markets. Liquidity is based on the ability to sell an item for cash if the need or desire arises..
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It is the color most associated with the school, and there were splashes of Maryland red all around the arena, which seats about 20,000. Notre Dame has made four consecutive Final Four appearances, and Connecticut, which was playing in Sunday night’s late game, has been to seven straight.Under Armour saw profit and sales soar in the first quarter, beating analysts’ estimates, but the market punished the athletic wear brand’s stock, which fell more than 7 percent on Thursday. The Baltimore based apparel maker attributed its strong performance in the quarter ended March 31 to demand for its “performance based” athletic gear, the brand’s appeal among youth and the growing success of its forays into outfitting hunting and fishing enthusiasts.
The factory’s 80 workers knit clothes for the contractor, G III Apparel Group, which has held the exclusive license to make the Ivanka Trump brand’s $158 dresses, $79 blouses and other clothes since 2012. The company also makes clothes for Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and other brands.Trump has no leadership role in G III, and the report did not give the factory’s name or location, or say whether it was working on Ivanka brand products at the time of the inspection.Inspectors with the Fair Labor Association, an industry monitoring group whose members include Apple and Nike, found two dozen violations of international labor standards during a two day tour of the factory in October, saying in a report that workers faced daunting hours, high turnover, and pay near or below China’s minimum wage.The inspection offers a rare look at the working conditions of the global manufacturing machine that helped make Trump’s fashion brand a multimillion dollar business.Its release also comes as the president’s daughter has sought to cast herself as both a champion of workplace issues and a defender of her father’s “buy American, hire American” agenda. Trump, whose book “Women Who Work” debuts next week, was in Germany on Tuesday for public discussions about global entrepreneurship and empowerment.”We can add billions to the global economy by creating an enabling environment, increasing women’s labour force participation and business ownership, and improving the productivity of their work,” Trump wrote in a Financial Times essay Monday.Trump’s company declined to comment on the factory inspection.