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Financial Economics By Brian Kettell

Financial Economics by Brian Kettell

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Concentrating on an understanding of the economics that underlies the quest for value, this text highlights key indicators that influence markets and how they impact upon the pricing of financial assets.

Financial Economics Summary

Financial Economics: making sense of information in financial markets by Brian Kettell

In the last 20 years there has been a revolution in the way financial economists understand the financial market place. The announcement that the 1990 Nobel prize for Economics had been awarded to three financial economists acknowledged that financial economics is now a subject in its own right and needs to be studied as such. Financial Economics brings this science out of the realms of academia and into the hands of those that can most use it. This fusion of economics, finance and statistics now enables investors to gain a true understanding of how the markets behave and how to perfect their trading strategies. The book demystifies financial economics in a manner that will provide you with a thorough understanding that can be immediately put into practice without overwhelming you with the trivial. It looks at what exactly financial economics is, its founding fathers and their theories, its role in the valuation of financial assets and recent developments in the field. Chapters within the book also investigate more closely modern portfolio theory, capital market theory, behavioural finance, bubbleology, some puzzles in financial markets and the relationship between derivatives markets and financial economics. Financial Economics is essential reading for dealers, analysts, newcomers to the financial markets, and finance professionals across the board who need to maintain their edge at the forefront of developments in financial markets.

Financial Economics Reviews

"Brian Kettell's Financial Economics is a very clear, up-to-date and highly readable treatment of the subject. It provides a nice perspective on how the subject has developed, as well as an easily understandable overview of recent developments and controversies. It will become a standard reference in the field." Professor Kevin Dowd, Nottingham University Business School

About Brian Kettell

Brian Kettell has many years' experience in banking and banking training in the international financial markets. A graduate of the London School of Economics, he has subsequently worked for Citibank, American Express, the Arab Banking Corporation (Vice President) and Shearson Lehman. He has lectured widely, and has published over 70 articles in The Economist, the International Herald Tribune and Financial Weekly. His previous books include: The Foreign Exchange Handbook, Monetary Economics, The International Debt Game, and the Business Guide to the Foreign Exchange Market.

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GOR002713337
9780273630739
0273630733
Financial Economics: making sense of information in financial markets by Brian Kettell
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Pearson Education Limited
2001-07-24
528
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