This text covers the origins and nature of financial markets, including their regulation and organization. Special features include strong exposition of economic theory, explanations of subject of equities and coverage of the 1987 stock market crash and of mergers and acquisitions.
Essential for Economics and Finance undergraduates, MBA students and capital market theory/investment courses this text covers the origins and nature of financial markets, including their regulation and organization. Special Features Include: strong exposition of economic theory; clear explanations of subject of equities; coverage of 1987 stock market crash and of mergers and acquisitions.
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An Introduction to Financial Markets. Risks and Returns. The Operation of the Market. Markowitz and Modern Portfolio Theory. Capital Market Theory. CAPM Extensions. Options. Equities. Government and Corporate Debt. Mergers, Acquisitions and Buyouts. Futures and the Stock Market Crashes of 1987.
Financial Investments by Howard Griffiths
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