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Key Financial Market Concepts: The 100 Terms Every Finance Professional Needs to Know (Financial Times)

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Understanding financial concepts, formulas and definitions is critical for anyone who wants to succeed in the finance markets. It’s not enough just to have heard of a phrase or a term; as a successful business professional you’ll need to understand them, know how they work and how to use them to full effect.

 

Key Financial Market Concepts is the ultimate reference tool for anyone working in the finance industry, explaining the 100 essential financial market terms. It provides you with a definition of what each concept is, how it works, when it is likely to arise, how it’s calculated and how best to use it. You’ll also get access to many of the formulas used, already programmed into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, for your own personal use.

 

From simple and compound interest, through to bonds and yields and the Black and Scholes model, this book has it covered.

 

 

A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO THE MOST IMPORTANT TOPICS IN THE FINANCIAL MARKETS

 

Synopsis:

Key Financial Market Concepts is the ultimate reference tool for anyone working in the finance industry, explaining the 100 essential financial market terms. It provides you with a definition of what each concept is, how it works, when it is likely to arise, how it’s calculated and how best to use it. You’ll also get access to many of the formulas used, already programmed into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.

From simple and compound interest, through to bonds and yields and the Black and Scholes model, this book has it covered.

 

About the Author

Bob Steiner is the founder/managing director of Markets International, an independent training company. A former treasury officer and financial consultant he’s also the author of Mastering Financial Calculations, now in its second edition.

Table of Contents

PART I. TIME VALUE OF MONEY

PART II. ZERO-COUPON YIELD AND YIELD CURVE

PART III. THE MONEY MARKETS

PART IV. FORWARD-FORWARDS, FRAS AND FUTURES

PART V. THE BOND AND REPO MARKETS

PART VI. THE SWAPS MARKET

PART VII. FOREIGN EXCHANGE

PART VIII. OPTIONS

PART IX. RISK MANAGEMENT  

 

Product Details

ISBN:
9780273750123
Author:
Steiner, Bob
Publisher:
FT Press
Subject:
Business-Accounting and Finance
Subject:
Corporate Finance
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Series:
Financial Times Series
Publication Date:
20111103
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
328
Dimensions:
9 x 6 x 1 in 608 gr

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"Synopsis" by , Key Financial Market Concepts is the ultimate reference tool for anyone working in the finance industry, explaining the 100 essential financial market terms. It provides you with a definition of what each concept is, how it works, when it is likely to arise, how it’s calculated and how best to use it. You’ll also get access to many of the formulas used, already programmed into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.

From simple and compound interest, through to bonds and yields and the Black and Scholes model, this book has it covered.

 

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