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Financial Markets and Institutions is aimed at the first course in financial markets and institutions at both the undergraduate and MBA levels. While topics covered in this book are found in more advanced textbooks on financial markets and institutions, the explanations and illustrations are aimed at those with little or no practical or academic experience beyond the introductory-level finance courses. In most chapters, the main relationships are presented by figures, graphs, and simple examples. The more complicated details and technical problems related to in-chapter discussion are provided in appendixes to the chapters. Since the author team's focus is on return and risk and the sources of that return and risk in domestic and foreign financial markets and institutions, this text relates ways in which a modern financial manager, saver, and investor can expand return with a managed level of risk to achieve the best, or most favorable, return–risk outcome.
Chapter 2: Determinants of Interest Rates
Chapter 3: Interest Rates and Security Valuation
Chapter 4: The Federal Reserve System, Monetary Policy, and InterestRates
Chapter 5: Money Markets
Chapter 6: Bond Markets
Chapter 7: Mortgage Markets
Chapter 8: Stock Markets
Chapter 9: Foreign Exchange Markets
Chapter 10: Derivative Securities Markets
Chapter 11: Commercial Banks
Chapter 12: Commercial Banks’ Financial Statements and Analysis
Chapter 13: Regulation of Commercial Banks
Chapter 14: Other Lending Institutions
Chapter 15: Insurance Companies
Chapter 16: Securities Firms and Investment Banks
Chapter 17: Investment Companies
Chapter 18: Pension Funds
Chapter 19: Fintech Companies
Chapter 20: Types of Risks Incurred by Financial Institutions
Chapter 21: Managing Credit Risk on the Balance Sheet
Chapter 22: Managing Liquidity Risk on the Balance Sheet
Chapter 23: Managing Interest Rate Risk and Insolvency Risk on theBalance Sheet
Chapter 24: Managing Risk off the Balance Sheet with DerivativeSecurities
Chapter 25: Managing Risk off the Balance Sheet with Loan Sales andSecuritization
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Anthony Saunders received his Ph.D. from the London School of Economics. He is John M. Schiff Professor of Finance and the former chair of the Department of Finance at the Stern School of Business at New York University. Dr. Saunders has taught both undergraduate and graduate level courses at New York University since 1978. Throughout his academic career, his teaching and research have specialized in financial institutions and international banking. He has served as a visiting professor all over the world, including INSEAD, the Stockholm School of Economics, and the University of Melbourne. He is currently on the Executive Committee of the Salomon Center for the Study of Financial Institutions, New York University. His research has been published in all the major money and banking and finance journals and in several books. In addition, he has authored or co-authored several professional books, the most recent of which is Credit Risk Measurement: New Approaches to Value at Risk and Other Paradigms.
Marcia Millon Cornett received a B.S. in economics from Knox College and her M.B.A. and Ph.D. in finance from Indiana University, Bloomington. She is Robert A. and Julia E. Dorn Professor of Finance at Bentley University. Dr. Cornett is co-author with Anthony Saunders of Financial Institutions Management and Financial Markets and Institutions. She serves as an associate editor for the Journal of Banking and Finance, the Journal of Financial Services Research, Review of Financial Economics, Financial Review, and Multinational Finance Journal. Dr. Cornett has served on the board of directors, the executive committee, and the finance committee of the Southern Illinois University Credit Union. Dr. Cornett has taught at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, the University of Colorado, Boston College, and Southern Methodist University. She is a member of the Financial Management Association, the American Finance Association, and the Western Finance Association.
Otgo Erhemjamts is the Dean of the School of Management, and a Professor of Finance at the University of San Francisco. She received her PhD in Finance from Georgia State University. Her research interests are in corporate social responsibility, ESG, sustainable finance, corporate finance, and corporate governance. Her work has appeared in reputable academic journals including the Journal of Business Ethics; Journal of Banking and Finance; Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking; Journal of Financial Research; The Financial Review; and Journal of Risk & Insurance. She is in the top 10% of authors on SSRN by all-time downloads. Professor Erhemjamts taught graduate and undergraduate courses in investments, equity research, sustainable investing, corporate finance, risk management, and financial institutions courses at Bentley University and Georgia State University. She was a Co-Principal Investigator on a $2.4 million NSF IUSE Grant on “Broadening the fusion of STEM and business curricula in undergraduate sustainability education.”
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CHAPTER 2 FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS 1. You recently sold 100 shares of Microsoft stock to your brother at a family reunion. At the reunion your brother gave you a check for the stock and you gave your brother the stock certificates. Which of the following best describes this transaction? a. This is an example of a direct transfer of capital. b. This is an example of a primary market transaction. c. This is an example of an exchange of physical assets. d. This is an example of a money market transaction. e. This is an example of a derivative market transaction.
Answer: a 2. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? a. The NYSE does not exist as a physical location. Rather it represents a loose collection of dealers who trade stock electronically. b. An example of a primary market transaction would be your uncle transferring 100 shares of Wal-Mart stock to you as a birthday gift. c. Capital market instruments include both long-term debt and common stocks. d. If your uncle in New York sold 100 shares of Microsoft through his broker to an investor in Los Angeles, this would be a primary market transaction. e.
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While the two frequently perform similar functions, investment banks generally specialize in lending money, whereas commercial banks generally help companies raise large blocks of capital from investors. Answer: c 3. Which of the following is a primary market transaction? a. You sell 200 shares of IBM stock on the NYSE through your broker. b. You buy 200 shares of IBM stock from your brother. The trade is not made through a broker–you just give him cash and he gives you the stock. c. IBM issues 2,000,000 shares of new stock and sells them to the public through an investment banker. . One financial institution buys 200,000 shares of IBM stock from another institution. An investment banker arranges the transaction. e. IBM sells 2,000,000 shares of treasury stock to its employees when they exercise options that were granted in prior years. Answer: c 4. Which of the following is an example of a capital market instrument? a. Commercial paper. b. Preferred stock. c. U. S. Treasury bills. d. Banker’s acceptances. e. Money market mutual funds. Answer: b 5. Money markets are markets for a. Foreign currencies. b. Consumer automobile loans. c.
Common stocks. d. Long-term bonds. e. Short-term debt securities such as Treasury bills and commercial paper. Answer: e 6. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? a. If you purchase 100 shares of Disney stock from your brother-in-law, this is an example of a primary market transaction. b. If Disney issues additional shares of common stock through an investment banker, this would be a secondary market transaction. c. The NYSE is an example of an over-the-counter market. d. Only institutions, and not individuals, can engage in derivative market transactions. e.
As they are generally defined, money market transactions involve debt securities with maturities of less than one year. Answer: e 7. You recently sold 200 shares of Disney stock, and the transfer was made through a broker. This is an example of: a. A money market transaction. b. A primary market transaction. c. A secondary market transaction. d. A futures market transaction. e. An over-the-counter market transaction. Answer: c 8. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? a. Hedge funds are legal in Europe and Asia, but they are not permitted to operate in the United States. . Hedge funds are legal in the United States, but they are not permitted to operate in Europe or Asia. c. Hedge funds have more in common with investment banks than with any other type of financial institution. d. Hedge funds have more in common with commercial banks than with any other type of financial institution. e. Hedge funds are not as highly regulated as most other types of financial institutions. The justification for this light regulation is that only “sophisticated” investors (i. e. those with high net worths and high incomes) are permitted to invest in these funds, and such investors supposedly can do any necessary “due diligence” on their own rather than have it done by the SEC or some other regulator. Answer: e 9. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? a. While the distinctions are becoming blurred, investment banks generally specialize in lending money, whereas commercial banks generally help companies raise capital from other parties. b. The NYSE operates as an auction market, whereas Nasdaq is an example of a dealer market. c.
Money market mutual funds usually invest their money in a well-diversified portfolio of liquid common stocks. d. Money markets are markets for long-term debt and common stocks. e. A liquid security is a security whose value is derived from the price of some other “underlying” asset. Answer: b 10. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? a. The New York Stock Exchange is an auction market, and it has a physical location. b. Home mortgage loans are traded in the money market. c. If an investor sells shares of stock through a broker, then it would be a primary market transaction. d.
Capital markets deal only with common stocks and other equity securities. e. While the distinctions are blurring, investment banks generally specialize in lending money, whereas commercial banks generally help companies raise capital from other parties. Answer: a 11. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? a. The term “IPO” stands for Introductory Price Offered, and it is the price at which shares of a new company are offered to the public. b. IPO prices are generally established by the market, and buyers of the new stock must pay the price that prevails at the close of trading on the day the stock is offered to the public. . In a “Dutch auction,” investors who want to buy shares in an IPO submit bids indicating how many shares they want to buy and the price they are willing to pay. The company determines how many shares it wants to sell. The highest price that enables the company to sell the desired number of shares is the price that all buyers must pay. d. It is possible that the price set in an IPO is so high that investors will refuse to buy the number of shares that the company wants to sell. In that case, the company is said to have “left money on the table. ” e.
It is possible that the price set in an IPO is so low that investors will want to buy more shares than the company wants to sell. In that case, the company will have to issue more shares than it wants to sell. Answer: c 12. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? a. The most important difference between spot markets versus futures markets is the maturity of the instruments that are traded. Spot market transactions involve securities that have maturities of less than one year whereas futures markets transactions involve securities with maturities greater than one year. b.
Capital market transactions involve only preferred stock or common stock. c. If General Electric were to issue new stock this year, this would be considered a secondary market transaction since the company already has stock outstanding. d. Both Nasdaq dealers and “specialists” on the NYSE hold inventories of stocks. e. Money market transactions do not involve securities denominated in currencies other than the U. S. dollar. Answer: d 13. Which of the following statements is NOT CORRECT? a. When a corporation’s shares are owned by a few individuals, we say that the firm is “closely, or privately, held. b. “Going public” establishes a firm’s true intrinsic value and ensures that a liquid market will always exist for the firm’s shares. c. The stock of publicly owned companies must generally be registered with and reported to a regulatory agency such as the SEC. d. When stock in a closely held corporation is offered to the public for the first time, the transaction is called “going public, or an IPO,” and the market for such stock is called the new issue or IPO market. e. It is possible for a firm to go public and yet not raise any additional new capital for the firm itself.
Answer: b 14. You have the following data on three stocks shown below. You decide to use the data on these stocks to form an index, and you want to find the average earned rate of return for 2008 on your index. If you follow the averaging procedure used to calculate the S&P 500 Index return, what would your index’s rate of return be? Hints: Rates of return are based on beginning-of-year prices, and the S Index is weighted by market values of the companies in the index. Shares BeginningEndingOutstanding StockDividendPricePrice(millions) A$1. 50$30. 00$32. 005. 00 B$2. 0$28. 50$27. 004. 50 C$0. 75$20. 00$24. 0020. 00 a. 16. 07% b. 16. 92% c. 17. 76% d. 18. 65% e. 19. 59% Answer: b SharesTotal BeginningEndingOutstandingMarket StockDividendPricePriceChange(millions)ValueWeight A$1. 50$30. 00$32. 00$2. 005. 00$150. 0022. 12% B$2. 00$28. 50$27. 00-$1. 504. 50$128. 2518. 91% C$0. 75$20. 00$24. 00$4. 0020. 00$400. 00 58. 98% $678. 25100. 00% Div. Cap GainTotalWeighted StockYieldYieldReturnWeightReturn A5. 00%6. 67%11. 67%0. 22120. 0258 B7. 02%-5. 26%1. 75%0. 18910. 0033 C3. 75%20. 00%23. 75%0. 58980. 1401 0. 1692 Index return =16. 92%
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Financial Markets and s affiliation Due Role and function of financial markets and s in a modern economy The role of financial markets and institutions like capital markets and depository institutions is to offer an ideal avenues for the exchange and trade of securities and mediate between institutions or people to enhance a transaction between them (Howells and Bain, 2007). The properties or features of commercial papersCommercial papers are used to finance short-term financial requirements of the company as and when they fall due.
They are flexible and available in any denomination and ave associated low risks as they are traded with companies that bear high credit ratings (SCHWAB and LYNCH, 2003).Properties of negotiable certificates of depositNegotiable certificates of deposits bear low risks as they are traded with companies which have a good liquidity position. They have low interest rates in terms of a constant fixed rate or settled upon maturity and are short term. Features of Repurchase AgreementsRepurchase agreements are short-term, meant to settle the expenses of operation and have associated low risk levels.
Reverse repurchase agreements are securities in the money market provided by a cash provider who trades the instruments at increased rates (Spivey, 2012).Features of Banker’s acceptancesBanker’s acceptances are the basic short-term debts obtained by banks and bear deductions from the face value. Letters of Credit are bank guarantees usually taken by the importer to assure the exporter of the goods that they will be settled fully.Exchange Traded Funds are a category of exchange-traded investment artefacts registered under the 1940 SEC Act as funds or unit investment trusts (MishkiN and Eakins, 2012).
The Aljazira capital Document 2014 document covers issues that appertain to: calendar anomalies, the effect of valuation on the performance of a company in the market and technical pointers in a trending market among others. Some of the anomalies include the best performance of the index upon trading on the first day of the week with a strategy of selling the holdings on Sunday and avoiding to buy them on the same day. The other anomaly includes the monthly returns differentiated across that necessitates investing in a short-term gain before the Ramadhan period.
Shadow Banking – development of, comparison and challenges to conventional banking (40% weighting)Shadow banking is an interconnection of specific financial institutions that have no banking permits like Money markets and Special Purpose Entity Conduits (Brycce, 2000) meant to inspect and ensure secure funding from the savers to investors of finances. Shadow banks transform home mortgages into securities through mortgages being regarded as a pack of loans to back up a security sold by investors.
On the other hand, Conventional banks raise funds through the depositors who have surplus and through lending to other individuals who have limited funds.ReferencesBrycce, H. (2000). Financial and strategic management for non-profit organizations: a comprehensive reference to legal, financial, management, and operations rules and guidelines for non-profits. Jossey-Bass Publishers, 3rd Edition, 1-776 Howells, B. and Bain, K. (2007). Financial Markets and Institutions. Pearson Education Limited.
5th Edition, 1-449MishkiN, F.S., and Eakins, S. G. (2012). Financial Markets and Institutions. Pearson Education, Inc. 7th Edition, 1-623SCHWAB, C.H., and LYNCH, M. (2003). Fundamentals of financial management, Brigham & Houston, 10th Edition, 1-78Spivey M. (2012). Financial Institutions and Markets. McGraw Hill, 5th Edition, 1-224
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FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS 2 Financial Markets and Institutions Question 1: Proficient-level: "Classify the following transactions as taking place in the primary or secondary markets: o IBM issues $200 million of new common stock - primary market. o The New Company issues $50 million of common stock in an IPO - primary market. o IBM sells …
SCHOOL OF WESTERN SYDNEY UNIVERSITY ASSIGNMENT COVER SHEET STUDENT DETAILS. Student name: NGUYEN NGOC TUAN Student ID number: 20639408 UNIT AND TUTORIAL DETAILS Unit name: Financial Institutions and Markets Unit number: 200048 Tutorial group: Tutorial day and time: Lecturer or Tutor name: Dr. PHAM Quoc Hung ASSIGNMENT DETAILS Title: INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT Length: 503 Due date: 07/08/2021 Date ...
1.3 Financial Markets For the investors, ultimate lenders or borrowers to transact, they need a place to meet. This place where this happens is called a financial market. The funds are made available to those who need additional money and provide a return for those who have excess funds. (Gordon & Natarajan, 2009) elaborated that a there is no specific place where a financial market is located ...
Financial Markets and Institutions Assignment. Bonds, for the fact that if they do go bankrupt you have a better chance at getting some money back where as equity holders will only get back money if bondholders eave been paid in full and there is excess funds. Chi 2 Q "In the world without Information and transaction costs, financial ...
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Financial Markets and Institutions Assignment. CHAPTER 2 FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS 1. You recently sold 100 shares of Microsoft stock to your brother at a family reunion. At the reunion your brother gave you a check for the stock and you gave your brother the stock certificates. Which of the following best describes this transaction? a.
These financial instruments can be categorized on the basis of. Question: Ch 02: Assignment - Financial Markets and Institutions 3. Financial Instruments Financial instruments are assets that have a monetary value or record a monetary transaction. To coordinate the exchange of capital between borrowers and lenders, financial instruments trade ...
The agencies are essential in assessing the risk of investing in the government and other firms.Q9.Liquidity is quick and cheaper. It can be converted into cash in case any need culminates. This makes it to be widely accepted. Works CitedMishkin, Fredric, and Eakins Starnley. Financial Markets and Institutions.
Role of Financial Institutions, Deposits, Post Office Saving, Public Provident Fund, Equity shares, Preferential shares, Debt instrument, Treasury bonds, treasury bills, Commercial papers,...
The role of financial markets and institutions like capital markets and depository institutions is to offer an ideal avenues for the exchange and trade of securities and mediate between institutions or people to enhance a transaction between them (Howells and Bain,… Download full paper File format: .doc, available for editing
Finance 303: Financial Institutions & Markets Course type: Self-paced Available Lessons: 108 Average Lesson Length: 8 min Eligible for Credit: Yes Earn transferable credit by taking this course...
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Question: Ch 02: Assignment - Financial Markets and Institutions Atempte Keop the Highest \( / 3 \) 8. The efficient markets hypothesis True or False: The efficient markets hypethesis holds anly if all imvestors are rational. Falso True Almost alf financial theory and decision models assume that the financial markets are efficient.
Research how financial markets and institutions influence the US and global economies.Create an 10- to 12-slide presentation or 450- to 575-word summary to. ... how each financial market you identified influences the US economy and global economy.Cite references to support your assignment. Related posts: Human Resource.
This course will provide an understanding of the functions, and operations of the financial markets and institutions operating in India. It explains the role of financial system on economic development. Various conceptual issues related to risk and return, the role of regulatory bodies, mechanism of commercial banking, operations of insurance ...