An Introduction to Bond Markets (The Reuters Financial Training Series) (Hardcover),
by London, UK Reuters Limited. The Reuters Financial Training Series An Introduction to
Bond Markets An Introduction to Bond Markets introduces novices to bonds, notes,
derivatives and other instruments used in the worlds largest markets. Readers will
learn how these products are traded and quoted in the financial markets. This
comprehensive guide bridges the gap between academic texts that are often too theoretical,
and the more technical practitioners works. Information.
Asia-Pacific Fixed Income Markets: An Analysis of the Money, Bond, and
Interest Derivative Markets of the Region (Hardcover), by Jonathan A. Batten, Thomas
A. Fetherston, Jonathan Andrew Batten, Thomas Fetherston. As stability has begun to return
to the Asia-Pacific region, so do international investors' appetites for high-yielding
Asian securities. Right now, due to the substantial bank debt accrued during the last
financial crisis there, the liveliest investment areas in the Asian-Pacific region are
fixed income instruments. Authors Jonathan A. Batten and Thomas A. Fetherston provide
country-by-country analyses, including highly-focused descriptions of the history, current
disposition, and future prospects of each country's bond markets, along with detailed
explanations of the market structure and conventions in each.
Jonathan Batten is a Professor of Finance at Deakin University. His professional
experience includes senior posts at the Australian Industry Development Corporation, The
Bank of Tokyo, Credit Lyonnais and IBM Consulting in their Asia-Pacific Banking and
Finance Group. Information.
and Money Markets: Strategy, Trading, Analysis, by Moorad Choudhry.
Butterworth-Heinemann. The Bond and Money Markets: Strategy, Trading, Analysis explains
and analyses all aspects of the bond and money markets. Information.
Bond Evaluation, Selection, and Management (Hardcover), by R.
Stafford Johnson. Bond Evaluation, Selection, and Management synthesizes
fundamental and advanced topics in the field, offering comprehensive coverage of bond and
debt management. This text provides readers with the basics needed to understand advanced
strategies, and explanations of cutting edge advanced topics. Focusing on concepts,
models, and numerical examples, readers are provided with the tools they need to select,
evaluate, and manage bonds.The text covers a broad range of topics, including the
characteristics of debt securities, the factors governing these securities and their
markets, bonds with embedded options, asset-backed securities, and bond derivatives.
Additionally, extensive review questions, web exercises, and practice problems reinforce
important concepts. Taken together, this book provides readers with the solid foundation
they need to understand the complexities of evaluating and selecting bonds and other fixed
income securities. Information.
Markets : Analysis and Strategies (5th Edition), by Frank J. Fabozzi. Prentice Hall.
This comprehensive book on bonds takes a practical real-world approach to the subject, and
includes a detailed discussion of each type of bond including a wide range of products. Information.
Portfolio Management, 2nd Edition, by Frank J. Fabozzi. Wiley; 2 edition.
In Bond Portfolio Management, Frank Fabozzi, the leading expert in fixed income
securities, explains the latest strategies for maximizing bond portfolio returns. More
European Fixed Income Markets: Money, Bond, and Interest Rate
Derivatives (The Wiley Finance Series) (Hardcover), by Jonathan A. Batten, Thomas A.
Fetherston, Peter G. Szilagyi (Editors). The introduction of the euro in 1999 cast a new
focus on the financial markets of constituent euro-zone countries, which have subsequently
emerged with the second largest bond market in the world. This new book offers in depth
insights and advice for any practitioner in the European fixed-income and ancillary
derivative markets, and includes in-depth analysis of euro and non-euro markets as well as
emerging countries. Information.
Bond Markets in the Euro Zone (The Wiley Finance Series), by Jose Manuel Amor. John
Wiley & Sons; 1 edition.
This comprehensive book explains how the bond markets work in each country of the euro
zone and details the features and specifications of each type. Information.
Technical Analysis : Trading Strategies for the Global Stock, Bond, Commodity, and
Currency Markets (Wiley Finance), by John Murphy.
In this guide to intermarket analysis, the author uses years of experience in technical
analysis plus extensive charts to clearly demonstrate the interrelationshps that exist
among the various market sectors and their importance. Information.
Investing in Fixed Income Securities: Understanding the Bond Market (Wiley
Finance) (Hardcover), by Gary Strumeyer. Investors who've primarily purchased equity
securities in the past have been looking for more secure investment alternatives; namely,
fixed income securities. This book demystifies the sometimes daunting fixed income market,
through a user-friendly, sophisticated, yet not overly mathematical format. Investing
in Fixed Income Securities covers a wide range of topics, including the different
types of fixed income securities, their characteristics, the strategies necessary to
manage a diversified portfolio, bond pricing concepts, and more, so you can make the most
informed investment decisions possible. Information.
Market Bond Calculations, by Marcia Stigum, Franklin L. Robinson. McGraw-Hill; 1
Gives precise and thorough explanations for valuing fixed-income instruments throughout
the world. Among the many topics covered: Discount paper; Interest-payment and day-count
conventions; Interest-bearing paper; Comparing rates on a directly equivalent basis;
Zero-coupon bonds; Floating-rate instruments; Floating rate notes; The measure of bond
yield; Duration; covered interest arbitrage; Payment in kind (PIK) bonds. Information.
The Microstructure of European Bond Markets: Organization, Price
Formation and Cost of Liquidity (Paperback), by Volker Flogel. The volumes outstanding
in bond markets are by far larger than in equity markets. Despite this fact, research on
the microstructure of financial markets is mainly focused on equity markets. Because of
the differences between bond and equity markets, theoretical as well as empirical results
from equity markets cannot be transferred to bond markets. Information.
Emerging Asian Bond Market, by Ismail Dalla. World Bank Publications. Information.
European Bond Basis: An In-Depth Analysis for Hedgers, Speculators, & Arbitrageurs,
by Christopher Plona. McGraw-Hill Trade.
This outstanding resource provides a comprehensive and detailed discussion of the
relationships between the various European bond markets and their respective bond futures
contracts, called "the basis. Information.
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