FinKit Interest Tables
FinKit Interest Tables
20100617

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FinKit Interest Tables free download for Mac

FinKit Interest Tables

20100617
19 June 2010

Update your FinKit X tables.

Overview

FinKit Interest Tables are files that can be used as reference data for FinKit calculations or to calculate simple or compound interest between dates.

Tables include:

  • money market interest rates, government bond yields, monetary financial institutions interest rates provided by the European Central Bank (monthly statistics for the Euro area, Japanese and US markets)
  • late payment and overpayment interest rates provided by the US Minerals Management Service

Individual packages and discontinued tables can be downloaded from the product page.

What's new in FinKit Interest Tables

Version 20100617:
  • The tables are updated with latest data released by the European Central Bank and the US Minerals Management Service.

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1 FinKit Interest Tables Reviews

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Anonymous
14 October 2005

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Using a .sit makes Tiger sad.
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Anonymous
14 October 2005
Using a .sit makes Tiger sad.
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Anonymous
22 October 2005
You need Stuffit Expander (now part of Stuffit Standard) to decompress .sit files. It used to be the standard compression tool on Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X versions prior to Tiger. Beats me why Expander is no longer installed with Tiger.
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Anonymous
22 October 2005
"Beats me why Expander is no longer installed with Tiger." Because Apple recognizes that it is no longer necessary, we have .zip, .dmg., etc. And Stuffit is junk, it is not debatable that it has caused many problems over the years, since version 4.5 nearly every new iteration brings new problems. Smart developers have already dumped Stuffit and use .zip and/or .dmg.
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ParanzaSoft
ParanzaSoft
11 November 2005
As far as we're concerned Stuffit has been a very useful tool that produced compact and error free archives. So far we haven't had any direct complaints about this from our users. We do recognise that for users who don't have Stuffit Expander there's no need to require additional downloads etc. Starting with the November 2005 version the tables will be available in a self-extracting dmg format. We hope that this will work for *all* users and welcome all feedback.
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