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2. P45 forms are in four parts, part 1 is retained with the issuing employer and the employee retains part 1 A and may hand parts 2 and 3 for the new employer. The new employer cannot make use of the P45 tax details unless both parts are given over. If either part 2 or 3 with the P45 form is missing then this employee must be asked to complete the Inland Revenue P46 form. Further market analysis showed that he could make a small profit and lose money, and the time needed was long, so he decided to draw out the money as soon as possible for other deals. He's going to lose up to $1,000 on the pound. He was more concerned about how much he might lose than the pound. In the trade memo, he noted that if the price of a certain day in the city was not to the profit target, and not to "stop the loss point", the transaction would be closed. Under the theoretical framework of the theory, the theory of commodity market equilibrium and the monetary market equilibrium of Keynesian theory are unified. Marx's theory of interest rate decisions from the perspective of the source and essence of interest, taking into account the institutional factors in the role of interest rate decisions of interest theory, its theoretical core is the interest rate is determined by the average profit margin. Marx believed that under capitalism, interest is a part of profit and a form of conversion of surplus value. Listed in just three days later, the stock has jumped 2000%, on December 18, only half a day, that day rose more than 400%, volume of more than 5 million shares, accounting for half of the total outstanding shares, by two days in a row, its market value has reached $5 billion, due to the large period of time to rise too fast, Long Fin trigger circuit breakers exchanges for many times. It is also worth noting that in 1985, the financial accounting standards board released the concept of income from the concept framework (SFAC)NO. 6. In 1989, the international accounting standards board's framework for preparing and providing financial statements made clear that benefits also included unrealized gains. In 1997, FASB's FASB N0.130 required a full return; In 1998, IASC's IAS NO.1 required the preparation of an equity change table, a comprehensive income statement, including the benefit of reflecting corporate assets.