Table of contents for Money and capital markets : financial institutions and instruments in a global marketplace / Peter S. Rose, Milton H. Marquis.

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Part One – The Global Financial System in Perspective Chapter 1 – Functions and Roles of the Financial System in the Global Economy Chapter 2 – Financial Assets, Money, Financial Transactions, and Financial Institutions Chapter 3 – The Financial Information Marketplace Chapter 4 – The Future of the Financial System and the Money and Capital Markets Part Two – Interest Rates and the Prices of Financial Assets Chapter 5 – The Determinants of Interest Rates: Competing Ideas Chapter 6 – Measuring and Calculating Interest Rates and Financial Asset Prices Chapter 7 – Inflation and Deflation, Yield Curves, and Duration: Impact on Interest Rates and Asset Prices Chapter 8 – The Risk Structure of Interest Rates: Defaults, Prepayments, Taxes, and Other Rate-Determining factors Chapter 9 – Interest-Rate Forecasting and Hedging: Swaps, Financial Futures, and Options Part Three – The Money Market and Central Banking Chapter 10 – Introduction to the Money Market and the Roles Played by Governments and Security Dealers Chapter 11 – Commercial Banks, Major Corporations, and Federal Credit Agencies in the Money Market Chapter 12 – Roles and Services of the Federal Reserve and Other Central Banks Around the World Chapter 13 – The Tools and Goals of Central Bank Monetary Policy Part Four – Financial Institutions: Organization, Activities, and Regulation Chapter 14 – The Commercial Banking Industry: Structure, Products, and Management Chapter 15 – Nonbank Thrift Institutions: Savings and Loans, Savings Banks, Credit Unions, and Money Market Funds Chapter 16 – Mutual Funds, Insurance Companies, Investment Banks, and Other Financial Firms Chapter 17 – Regulation of the Financial Institutions’ Sector Part Five – Governments and Businesses in the Financial Marketplace Chapter 18 – Federal, State, and Local Governments Operating in the Financial Markets Chapter 19 – Business Borrowing: Corporate Bonds, Asset-Backed Securities, Bank Loans, and Other Forms of Business Debt Chapter 20 – The Market for Corporate Stock Part Six – Households in the Financial Marketplace Chapter 21 – Consumer Lending and Borrowing Chapter 22 – The Residential Mortgage Market Part Seven- The International Financial System Chapter 23 – International Transactions and Currency Values Chapter 24 – International Banking Money and Capital Markets Dictionary Index

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Finance -- United States.
Money market -- United States.
Capital market -- United States.