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Financial Times Guide to Using the Financial Pages By Romesh Vaitilingam

Financial Times Guide to Using the Financial Pages
by Romesh Vaitilingam

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The critically acclaimed international bestseller provides the most comprehensive guide to the world of financial information. This revised and updated guide is an essential reference for anyone who reads, or needs to read the financial pages.
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Financial Times Guide to Using the Financial Pages by Romesh Vaitilingam

The Financial Times Guide to Using the Financial Pages A simple, common sense guide to finding, reading, understanding and acting on financial information. "The definitions and insight this book provides will remain of lasting value to readers." - Financial Times "A comprehensive guidebook to interpreting the markets and investments through the financial media." - Money Week "An invaluable and straightforward guide." - "Business Age" "A good buy for anyone interested in the subject." - The Independent "A valuable reference tool for anyone, professional as well as private investor." - Resident Abroad The critically acclaimed FT Guide to Using the Financial Pages is the most accessible and comprehensive guide to the world of financial information. There is no need to be baffled any longer by intimidating columns of numbers, technical terminology or the complexities of financial markets. This best-selling guide explains where and when to find what you want and how to make the best use of the comprehensive range of financial and economic statistics available. Now in its fourth edition, it is even more authoritative and invaluable than ever before. This fully revised and updated guide is an essential reference for anyone who wants to read and really understand the financial pages. It explains where and when to find the critical information, and how to make the best use of the full range of financial and economic data available, within the pink pages or at the click of a button.

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The Financial Times Guide to Using the Financial Pages A simple, common sense guide to finding, reading, understanding, and acting on today's and tomorrow's financial information. "The definitions and insight this book provides will remain of lasting value to readers." - Financial Times "A comprehensive guidebook to interpreting the markets and investments through the financial media." - Money Week "An invaluable and straightforward guide." - "Business Age" "A good buy for anyone interested in the subject." - The Independent "A valuable reference tool for anyone, professional as well as private investor." - Resident Abroad

About Romesh Vaitilingam


Romesh Vaitilingam is a media consultant and writer. He is the author of numerous articles and several successful titles in finance, economics and public policy, including The Ultimate Investor: The People and Ideas that Make Modern Investment (with Dean LeBaron) and The Financial Times Guide to Using Economics and Economic Indicators. As a specialist in translating economic and financial concepts into everyday language, Romesh has advised a number of top management consultancies and investment managers, as well as various UK government agencies. His work also involves media consultancy for the international economic research community, notably advising the Royal Economic Society and the Centre for Economic Policy Research on the management and development of their public profile.

Table of Contents


PART ONE: IDENTIFYING THE PLAYERS: 1. Investors. 2. Companies. 3. Financial Institutions. 4. Governments. PART TWO: INTERPRETING THE MARKETS: 5. Stocks and shares: The UK equity markets. 6. Indices and aggregates: Market indicators. 7. NYSE and NASDAQ: The US equity markets. 8. European equitites: Stock markets in the euro-zone and beyond. 9. Other international equities: Emerging stock markets and world indices. 10. Trusts and funds: The managed money markets. 11. Bonds and gilts: The international capital markets. 12. Cash and currency: The forex and money markets. 13. Futures and options: The derivatives markets. 14. Primary products: The commodities markets. PART THREE: UNDERSTANDING THE ECONOMIES. 15. UK economic lindicators. 16. The european economy: Market Integration and monetary union. 17. The world economy: Trade, growth and international institutions. PART FOUR: BEYOND THE FINANCIAL PAGES. 18. Company and investory lives: The key performance indicators. 19. Finance on the intenet: Using the electronic financial pages. 20. Sources of information: A brief guide.

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GOR000515259
Financial Times Guide to Using the Financial Pages by Romesh Vaitilingam
Romesh Vaitilingam
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Pearson Education Limited
2001-03-13
352
027365263X
9780273652632
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