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Financial Institutions, Instruments and Markets, 7th Edition

by: Christopher Viney | Peter Phillips

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Publisher: MCGRAW-HILL,30.04.12

Category: FINANCE Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 0071012419
ISBN13: 9780071012416

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THERE IS A NEWER EDITION AVAILABLE. FOR THE 8th EDITION, PLEASE PERFORM A NEW SEARCH USING THE FOLLOWING ISBN13: 9781743079959

For the package with Connect Plus, please perform a new search using the following ISBN: 9781743073100

PRESCRIBED TEXT FOR:

Institution: Kaplan Higher Education - 2014 2nd Semester
Course Code: FIN101
Subject: Financial Markets and Economic Principles

PRESCRIBED TEXT FOR FIN230 AT CSU DISTANCE ED, SEMESTER 1 2013
PRESCRIBED TEXT FOR 25741 AT UTS, SEMESTER 1 2013

Financial Institutions, Instruments & Markets, seventh edition, is the definitive, market-leading resource for students learning about the modern financial system.

New to this edition:
Enhanced pedagogical features that advance student comprehension and critical thinking
An entirely new collection of financial news case studies taken straight from the headlines that enable students to engage with finance in the real world
An integrated approach to the global financial crisis that highlights the lifecycle of the modern financial system and illustrates themes and trends of enduring relevance
Revised Extended learning sections that encourage further investigation into the world of finance. These sections explore many interesting topics, including corporate governance and ethics, credit risk, and business continuity risk management.

With a tradition of delivering trusted, accessible and quality content, Financial Institutions, Instruments & Markets 7e contains comprehensive coverage that makes it the best teaching and learning resource available.

Key Features

Comprehensive coverage of globalisation, deregulation, technology and competition
An integrated approach to the Global Financial Crisis highlights the lifecycle of the modern financial system and illustrates themes and trends of enduring relevance
An entirely new collection of Financial News Case Studies taken straight from the headlines to help students engage with finance in the real world
Also available via Connect Plus, offering interactive ways to study and an integrated eBook

Table of Contents

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