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Capital Markets: A Global Perspective


Global Focus The book concentrates on key principles that financial professionals, MBAs, and advanced undergraduates - regardless of geography - need to know.

Integration Across Product Types Adopting a financial and trading perspective rather than an economist's viewpoint, the book examines integration across and within all four product types: equities, debt securities, derivatives, and foreign exchange.

Market Microstructure With an exphasis on market microstructure, the book studies prices, risks, and transaction costs of the four product types.

Regular updates of the material in Capital Markets: A Global Perspective are available on the author's website at

Thomas H. McIntish is Professor and Wunderlich Chair of Finance at the University of Memphis. One of Financial Management's 2100 Most Prolific Authors in 15 Finance Journals," he also has served as a financial analyst for a regional brokerage firm and for a subsidiary of Union Camp. He has taught at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, the University of Vassa in Finland, the University of Texas at Arlington, and the University of Delaware. A specialist in investments, Dr. McInish holds a Ph.D from the University of Pittsburgh and is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).
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List of Tables.



1. Financial markets and their Products.

2. Secondary Markets.

3. Transaction Costs.

4. Clearing and Settlement.

5. Regulation.

6. Equities.

7. Debt Securities.

8. Debt Securities. Theoretical Considerations.

9. International Parity Relationships.

10. Foreign Exchange.

11. Markowitz and the Capital Asset Pricing Model.

12. Futures.

13. Options.

14. Swaps.

15. Hedging.

Index of Names.

Index of Subjects.