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     Fundamentals of Financial Instruments: An Introduction to Stocks, Bonds, Foreign Exchange,and Derivatives (The Wiley Finance)
Publisher: Wiley
Author(s): Sunil Parameswaran

The essential guide to financial instruments, logically presented

Fundamentals of Financial Instruments deals with the global financial markets and the instruments in which they trade. While most books on finance tend to be heavily mathematical, this book emphasizes the concepts in a logical, sequential fashion, introducing mathematical concepts only at the relevant times. As a result, the reader gains conceptual clarity reinforced by just the right level of technical detail to ensure a comprehensive exposure to the skills needed in the financial world.

  • Establishes a strong foundation for understanding global markets
  • Acts as an invaluable resource for those considering a career in the financial markets
  • Offers an accessible yet in-depth treatise on modern financial instruments
  • Presents a logical navigational path for a typical student of finance who is attempting to come to terms with the intricacies of the subject

Covering the fundamentals of various types of assets in a single volume, Fundamentals of Financial Instruments is a compact yet comprehensive one-stop reference for students and professionals in finance and economics.

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     Regulating Competition in Stock Markets: Antitrust Measures to Promote Fairness and Transparency through Investor Protection and Crisis Prevention (Wiley Finance)
Publisher: Wiley
Author(s): Lawrence Klein, Viktoria Dalko, Michael Wang

A guide to curbing monopoly power in stock markets

Engaging and informative, Regulating Competition in Stock Markets skillfully analyzes the impact of the recent global financial crisis on health and happiness, and uses this opportunity to put regulatory systems in perspective. Happiness is lost because of emotional and physical health deterioration resulting from the crisis. Therefore, the authors conclude that financial crisis prevention should be the focus of public policy.

This book is the most comprehensive study so far on potential risks to the stock market, especially various forms of market manipulation that lead to mania and eventual crisis. Based on litigation cases from international stock markets, and borrowing multidisciplinary findings in the fields of finance, economics, accounting, media studies, criminology, legal studies, psychology, and medicine, this book is the first to provide thorough micro-level regulatory proposals rooted in financial reality. By focusing on securities trading, they apply antitrust measures to limiting monopolistic power that is used for the manipulation of investors' perception and monopolistic profit. These proposals are quantifiable, adjustable, inexpensive, and can be easily implemented by any securities regulating agency for real-time oversight and daily operations.

  • The recommendations found here are intended to improve the fairness and transparency of the financial markets, thereby perfecting the market competition, protecting investors, stabilizing the market, and preventing crises
  • Explores how avoiding crises can to contribute to a more scientific, health aware, and civilized economic and social development
  • Written by a team of authors who have extensive experience in this dynamic field, including Nobel Laureate Lawrence R. Klein

Since the founding of the first, organized stock exchange in Amsterdam 400 years ago, no systematic economic research results on stock markets have been implemented in stock market regulation around the world. Regulating Competition in Stock Markets aims to fill this void.

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     Trading Activity in the Indian Stock Markets: A Historical Comparison of the Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange
Publisher: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Author(s): Subba Reddy Yarram

Trading Activity in the Indian Stock Markets Indian stock market scenario has undergone tremendous changes in the last 20 years. Establishment of the National Stock Echange (NSE) in early 1990s was a major catalyst for this change. Prior to this period, the Bombay Stock Exchange has dominated the scene for over a century. The technological advances in trading, settlement and clearing have aided the NSE in gaining a foothold and later dominating the trading scenario in India. This present study provides a historical account of the changes that occurred across the value chain of a stock market in early 1990s. Indian stock markets have seen major developments in institutional infrastructure as well as policy changes during this period.

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     Performance of Public Sector Enterprises in the stock market: Quoted in Bombay Stock Exchange, India during the period of 1993-94 to 2004-05
Publisher: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Author(s): Pawan Kumar, R.K. Mishra, Naresh Kumar Sharma

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     Electronic Exchanges: The Global Transformation from Pits to Bits (Elsevier and Iit Stuart Center for Financial Markets Press)
Publisher: Elsevier Science
Author(s): Michael Gorham, Nidhi Singh

Anyone reading the business section of a newspaper lately knows that the financial exchanges--stock, bonds, FX, commodities, and so forth--are undergoing tremendous transformations. Fund managers, market makers, traders, exchange professionals, marekt data providers and analyzers, investors--anyone involved with the financial exchanges needs to understand the major forces pushing this transformation in order to position themselves and their institutions to the best advantage.
In this book, veteran exchange expert Michael Gorham joins his twenty-five years of experience with CME and CBOT to the technical expertise of Nidhi Singh of Goldman Sachs to write a book that tells the story of this dramatic transformation. They chronicle the shift:
--from floors to screens
--from private clubs to public companies, and
--from local and national to global competition.
They analyze each of these shifts, identify the drivers behind them and look forward to the implications arising out of them for exchange business in the future. They also explore several key trends:
--an increase in product innovation
--the integration of markets from all over the world onto a single screen,
--the rise of the modular exchange
--the outsourcing of various exchange functions, and
--the difficulty of transcending geography for regulatory purposes.
So join Gorham and Singh in learning the story of this fundamental transformation. As old ways of working are being destroyed, entirely new types of jobs are being created, and new ways of working with exchanges. This book will help you chart the way forward to financial success.

*Only book to analyze the major changes in exchanges that points the way forward for finance professionals in terms of new jobs and new ways of making money for users of exchange services
*Michael Gorham spent 18 years with the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and then five years with the Chicago Board of Trade
*Users of exchange services include banks, pension funds, mutual funds, hedge funds, energy companies, insurance companies, general corporate treasury departments, and individual investors

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     All About Exchange-Traded Funds (All About Series)
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Author(s): Scott Frush

Build a rock-solid portfolio with ETFs!All About Exchange-Traded Funds begins with an overview of the history of ETFs and advances to important-to-know topics, such as regulatory essentials, the benchmarks and strategies that ETFs track, valuation, and ways to actively manage a portfolio of ETFs.

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     Redesigning the Stock Market: A Fractal Approach (Response Books)
Publisher: Sage Publications Pvt. Ltd
Author(s): Pravir Malik

While success in business has become synonymous with the meaning of life, this bearing comes at the high cost of damaged ecosystems. The underlying business-asset mentality has equated value with superficial and short-sighted actions and rewards.

Redesigning the Stock Market: A Fractal Approach aims to alter the core of the global business machinery by integrating more long-sighted heuristics into trading mechanisms. These trading mechanisms encompass both the macro-environment related to the stock market and the micro-act of stock trading.

The book covers the following key areas:

- Discussion on a fractal basis for analysis of the macro financial environment and the stock market. - History of stock market crashes and lessons we can derive from them. - External changes that affect the stock market. - Suggestions for redesigning the stock market to minimize future financial crises and ensure business and societal sustainability.

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     Stock Exchanges in a Developing Economy
Publisher: University of Bombay
Author(s): Kersi D. Doodha

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     Conquering Stock Market Hype
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Author(s): Allan Campbell

Reliable guidance for investors who are reluctant to get back into the market

Millions of investors burned by the crashes and spikes of today?s stock market are staying on the sidelines, and it?s costing them a fortune. Conquering Stock Market Hype explains to skittish investors what is really going on, why markets are safer than they look, and how investors can take full advantage of stock market profits without once again exposing themselves to undue risk. Nonthreatening and easy to understand, Conquering Stock Market Hype distills wide-ranging and detailed research and knowledge into a package that is both accessible and reassuring. Investors will value its factual and straightforward explanations of:

  • Strategies for recognizing market tops and bottoms
  • Which types of investments are best for novice investors
  • Signals that the market is overbought or oversold

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     Global Investing: The Professional's Guide to the World Capital Markets
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Author(s): Roger Ibbotson, Gary Brinson

"Global Investing" is based on the authors' award-winning research on investment returns. It gives extensive treatment to the returns on all major asset categories - many found nowhere else - and relates these returns to risk, marketability, taxation, and information costs. Supplementing this wealth of information is sound financial advice on building and maintaining diversified portfolios, based on field-tested economic analysis and historical evidence of capital markets throughout the world - including the boom of 1986-1987 and the subsequent crash, as well as recent developments in Europe and on the Pacific Rim. To expand investment choices and help readers get the greatest return in investment markets, "Global Investing" pinpoints where money has been made in stocks, bonds, cash and cash equivalents, real estate, gold and silver, tangible assets, options, and futures. What's more, it covers the introduction of new financial instruments and opportunities, including asset allocation and derivative securities. Incisive, intelligent, and packed with charts, tables, and graphs, "Global Investing" helps investors and financial professionals track broad global trends, identify the risks associated with investments in various assets, and select the right investment opportunities.

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     How the City Really Works: The Definitive Guide to Money and Investing in London's Square Mile (Times (Kogan Page))
Publisher: Kogan Page
Author(s): Alexander Davidson

How the City Really Works explains the workings of "the City" --�i.e. the City of London, the�Wall Street of the UK and the impact of this city on our jobs, our money, and our lives. Davidson explains exactly what is going on. The book presents a precise and candid picture of the City's mechanisms and institutions, and how they relate to those in other global financial centres.
This revised and updated third edition covers latest business practice, regulation, corporate governance, ethics and all other important issues. It includes exciting new chapters on the shipping industry, Iceland and Islamic finance, and scrutinises the City's relations with Europe and the United States.
The book presents the key roled within the City, from stockbrockers and foreign exchange dealers to accountants and Lloyd's underwriters, and explains how these professuibs work together across sectors. Packed with clear information and analysis on the main products - from bonds and new share offerings to derivities and side cars - How the City Really Works gives you a crash course in: City markets, hedge funds and traders, regulation and corporate governance and the City's links with the US and Europe.
Informative and entertaining, this is the leading guide to how London's financial markets operate and how investors can use them to make money.

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     Emerging Markets: Performance, Analysis and Innovation (Chapman & Hall/Crc Finance)
Publisher: CRC Press

Although emerging market economies consist of 50% of the global population, they are relatively unknown. Filling this knowledge gap, Emerging Markets: Performance, Analysis and Innovation compiles the latest research by noteworthy academics and money managers from around the world. With a focus on both traditional emerging markets and new areas, such as the Balkan, Middle East, and North African regions, it looks at how these markets can serve as drivers of portfolios and a significant force over the long term.

This noteworthy collection sheds some light on what lies ahead for emerging markets with the most up-to-date research from academics and practitioners. It covers general issues in emerging markets and provides in-depth studies of regional markets experiencing transition, including the European Union, Latin America, and the Middle East. The book also explores Asian and Indian markets as well as financial instruments, such as bonds and funds, relative to these markets. It concludes with chapters on regulations, corporate governance, and corruption.

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     Running the World's Markets: The Governance of Financial Infrastructure
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Author(s): Ruben Lee

The efficiency, safety, and soundness of financial markets depend on the operation of core infrastructure--exchanges, central counter-parties, and central securities depositories. How these institutions are governed critically affects their performance. Yet, despite their importance, there is little certainty, still less a global consensus, about their governance. Running the World's Markets examines how markets are, and should be, run.

Utilizing a wide variety of arguments and examples from throughout the world, Ruben Lee identifies and evaluates the similarities and differences between exchanges, central counter-parties, and central securities depositories. Drawing on knowledge and experience from various disciplines, including business, economics, finance, law, politics, and regulation, Lee employs a range of methodologies to tackle different goals. Conceptual analysis is used to examine theoretical issues, survey evidence to describe key aspects of how market infrastructure institutions are governed and regulated globally, and case studies to detail the particular situations and decisions at specific institutions. The combination of these approaches provides a unique and rich foundation for evaluating the complex issues raised.

Lee analyzes efficient forms of governance, how regulatory powers should be allocated, and whether regulatory intervention in governance is desirable. He presents guidelines for identifying the optimal governance model for any market infrastructure institution within the context of its specific environment.

Running the World's Markets provides a definitive and peerless reference for how to govern and regulate financial markets

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     How To Invest if You Can't Afford to Lose (2011)
Publisher: CreateSpace
Author(s): Tom Gleason

How To Invest If You Can't Afford To Lose is for people of any age who need to grow their investments but can't afford to lose money. The first half is a practical guide for the conservative investor to beat the performance of the best public pension funds in America and avoid the damage of major bear markets. The second part shows how the long term investor can supercharge their returns. Every financial market is cyclical. Use the author's market timing techniques to buy and sell globally. Markets covered include the United States, England, China, India, Germany, Japan and Brazil plus bonds, commodities, and gold. Successful investing is possible for everyone and this book will prove it to you.

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     Business Knowledge for IT in Trading and Exchanges (Bizle Professional)
Publisher: Essvale Corporation Limited
Author(s): Essvale Corporation Limited

"Business Knowledge for IT in Trading and Exchanges" deals with the alignment of IT and business in Trading and the Exchanges (market in which securities, commodities, options or futures are traded) where trading takes place. The idea behind this publication is to introduce IT professionals to the concepts of the trading in the financial markets. The chapters in the book cover the following topics: Overview of Trading; Products traded at the Exchanges; Overview of Major Exchanges and Trading firms such as brokerages; Trends in Trading; Types of Traders; Systems used for trading and in the exchanges; Theoretical Concepts underpinning Liquidity and Volatility; And much more.The innovations in Trading and IT to be discussed include: Direct Market Access (DMA); Straight through Processing; Algorithmic Trading and more. "Business knowledge for IT in Trading and Exchanges" is an invaluable reference handbook for IT professionals. It is also useful for both undergraduate and graduate students in Information Technology - related degree programmes. This is another publication in the "Bizle Professional Series". It is uniquely designed to be easy-on-the-eye and flexible. The design ensures that it is portable and can easily fit into bags and even pockets. The book is concise ensuring that readers don't get distracted by superfluous information.

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     All About Commodities (All About Series)
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Author(s): Tom Taulli


During the average trading day, trillions of dollars? worth of commodities change hands. If you want to snatch some profits from this booming market, you fi rst need to understand all the fundamentals?and All About Commodities is the place to go.

Without the confusing jargon and complex language of other investing guides, this book uses simple language to explain what drives price fluctuations of commodities?from energy, industrial metals, and mines to livestock, agriculture, and precious metals?and how to design a powerful, reliable strategy for profi ting from them. Learn everything there is to know about:

  • Using futures and options to enter the commodities market
  • Risks unique to commodities trading?and how to manage them
  • Ways to identify important patterns to steer your investing decisions
  • The benefits and disadvantages of commodity funds

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     Capital Markets of India: An Investor's Guide (Wiley Finance)
Publisher: Wiley
Author(s): Alan R. Kanuk

Capital Markets in India: An Investor's Guide aims to provide the first comprehensive book on investing in the India markets. India is right now at the forefront of globalization. The book's focus is on the equity market, but it also addresses derivatives, fixed income, and foreign direct investments. Chapter topics include facts about the Indian economy; the Foreign Institutional Investor (FII) regulations, registration process, and applications; detail about the market regulation and the regulator; the very important market safeguards built into the Indian market systems; and lists of companies ranked by various criteria such as capitalization, turnover, industry, and earnings. The book even supplies investors and traders with contact information for many of the key institutions and market players. Readers will not only gain basic information about how the markets in India work, but also the contacts and facts to help them with their own investing plan.

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     Returns on Indian equity shares : a historical, analytical, and futuristic study
Publisher: The Society for Capital Market Research and Development
Author(s): Lakshmi Chandra Choudhury, Utpal K. ; Bombay Stock Exchange. ; Society for Capital Market Research and Development. Gupta

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     Stock Exchanges, Investments and Derivatives: 3
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (India)
Author(s): V. Raghunathan

This book is not about getting rich quick. Nor is it about making the reader an expert in matters of investments or derivatives. The primary objective of this book is to impart a basic understanding of the manner in which stock exchanges function, especially in India. In addition it seeks to present simple and easy explanations of import theoretical aspects of stock market operations, investments and derivatives. It also helps readers who have a nodding familiarity with basic arithmetic to construct and evaluate his or her portfolio of investment. Excerpts from Reviews of the Earlier Editions "?Almost every topic that a lay investor could be concerned about is covered ? from an exposition of how stock markets function to explaining the valuation of a share and importance of diversification?" ?Business India "?From the concept of time value of money to cashflows and the basics of investment analysis, this book should leave you a little more wise, a little less gullible in dealing with avaricious brokers and help you to use your acumen in investing your savings with perspicacity?" ?The Times of India "?The book will be of considerable interest not only to the vast body of investors, but also to students of portfolio management and security analysis, executive development programmes and aspirants to career opportunities in mutual funds, merchant banking and stock broking firms?" ?Fortune India "?The first time reader will benefit immensely from these (investment) techniques and strengthen his understanding of the theories expounded?" ?Investment Week "?The book would be very useful to a keen investor in corporate securities, particularly those who want to build a fairly dispersed portfolio. The book carries the stamp of thoroughness and authority of the author?" ?Chartered Secretary "?Explains the working of (financial) markets in a very lucid manner by answering 100 questions, covering various topics?" ?Hindustan Times "?The part on investments is well written for readers willing to take the minimum necessary trouble?" ?The Management Accountant

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     The Making of Global City Regions: Johannesburg, Mumbai/Bombay, S�o Paulo, and Shanghai (Johns Hopkins Studies in Globalization)
Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press

As sites for economic, social, and political innovation, Johannesburg, Mumbai/Bombay, S�o Paulo, and Shanghai function as gateways to the global economy for their respective countries and the surrounding regions. City administrators face intense competition for foreign investment, and they must develop strategies to make their cities?which remain outside of the OECD?world class.

The Making of Global City Regions traces the emergence of each city in the global economy and examines the link between the dynamics of globalization and changing urban governances. The contributors describe how metropolitan leaders deal with the twin phenomena of globalization and the devolution of the state as they adjust to their city's new emerging role in the global system.

The contributors provide an overview of the individuals and organizations who make each city competitive in a global context and describe how they market and promote themselves to the world. In addition, senior administrators of these regions?Roland Hunter, Vidyadhar K. Phatak, Jorge Wilheim, and Zhu Linchu, respectively?offer valuable insight into the development of their city regions. The volume concludes with a summary of lessons learned.

Contributors: Robert A. Beauregard, Csaba De�k, Ranjit Hoskote, Roland Hunter, Pedro Jacobi, Zhu Linchu, Alan Mabin, Jim Masselos, Susan Parnell, Sujata Patel, Vidyadhar K. Phatak, Sueli Schiffer Klaus Segbers, Zhongxin Sun, Richard Tomlinson, Krister Volkmann, Jorge Wilheim, Fulong Wu, and Weiping Wu.

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