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Financial institutions, instruments & markets / Christopher Viney (author) ; Peter Phillips (author).

By: Viney, Christopher [author.].
Contributor(s): Phillips, Peter J.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Sydney, NSW : McGraw-Hill Education (Australia), 2019Edition: Ninth edition.Description: xxxiii, 718 pags : illustrations ; 28 cm.Content type: still image | text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume | volumeISBN: 9781760422981 (pack); 9781760422943; 9781760422974.Other title: Financial institutions, instruments and markets.Subject(s): Finance institutions -- Australia | Banks and banking | Financial instruments -- Australia | Financial instruments -- Australia -- Problems, exercises, etc | Financial institutions -- Australia -- Problems, exercises, etc | Financial institutions -- Australia | Money market -- Australia | Money market -- Australia -- Problems, exercises, etc | AustralianDDC classification: 332.0994
Contents:
Part 1: Financial Institutions. 1. A Modern Financial System: an overview -- 2. Commercial Banks -- 3. Non-Bank Financial Institutions -- Part 2: Equity Markets. 4. The Share Market and the Corporation -- 5. Corporations Issuing Equity in the Share Market -- 6. Investors in the Share Market -- 7. Forecasting Share Price Movements -- Part 3: The Corporate Debt Market. 8. Mathematics of Finance: an introduction to basic concepts and calculations -- 9. Short-Term Debt -- 10. Medium-to-long-term Debt -- 11. International Debt Markets -- Part 4: Government Debt, Monetary Policy, The Payments System and Interest Rates. 12. Government Debt, Monetary Policy and the Payments System -- 13. An Introduction to Interest Rate Determination and Forecasting -- 14. Interest Rate Risk Measurement -- Part 5: The Foreign Exchange Market. 15. Foreign Exchange: the structure and operation of the FX market -- 16. Foreign Exchange: factors that influence the exchange rate -- 17. Foreign Exchange: risk identification and management -- Part 6: Derivative Markets and Risk Management. 18. An Introduction to Risk Management and Derivatives -- 19. Futures Contracts and Forward Rate Agreements -- 20. Options -- 21. Interest Rate Swaps, Cross-Currency Swaps and Credit Default Swaps.
Summary: A first-year tertiary textbook aimed at students in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Covers modern financial institutions and how markets operate, includes equity, government debt, monetary policy, interest rates, corporate debt, foreign exchange, derivative markets, risk management and investing in share markets.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part 1: Financial Institutions. 1. A Modern Financial System: an overview -- 2. Commercial Banks -- 3. Non-Bank Financial Institutions -- Part 2: Equity Markets. 4. The Share Market and the Corporation -- 5. Corporations Issuing Equity in the Share Market -- 6. Investors in the Share Market -- 7. Forecasting Share Price Movements -- Part 3: The Corporate Debt Market. 8. Mathematics of Finance: an introduction to basic concepts and calculations -- 9. Short-Term Debt -- 10. Medium-to-long-term Debt -- 11. International Debt Markets -- Part 4: Government Debt, Monetary Policy, The Payments System and Interest Rates. 12. Government Debt, Monetary Policy and the Payments System -- 13. An Introduction to Interest Rate Determination and Forecasting -- 14. Interest Rate Risk Measurement -- Part 5: The Foreign Exchange Market. 15. Foreign Exchange: the structure and operation of the FX market -- 16. Foreign Exchange: factors that influence the exchange rate -- 17. Foreign Exchange: risk identification and management -- Part 6: Derivative Markets and Risk Management. 18. An Introduction to Risk Management and Derivatives -- 19. Futures Contracts and Forward Rate Agreements -- 20. Options -- 21. Interest Rate Swaps, Cross-Currency Swaps and Credit Default Swaps.

A first-year tertiary textbook aimed at students in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Covers modern financial institutions and how markets operate, includes equity, government debt, monetary policy, interest rates, corporate debt, foreign exchange, derivative markets, risk management and investing in share markets.

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