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The Bond and Money Markets
The Bond and Money Markets: strategy, trading, analysis (Securities Institution Professional Reference Series)
Pages: 1168
Price: £ 171,70
Lang.: English
The Bond and Money Markets: Strategy, Trading, Analysis explains and analyses all aspects of the bond and money markets and is both an introduction for newcomers and an advanced text for experienced market prac
Microeconomics (Pie)
Microeconomics (Pie)
Pages: 752
Price: £ 47,49
Lang.: English
Pindyck and Rubinfeld now sells twice as many copies as its next closest competitor, making it by far the best-selling text in the market. Why? Our book is clearly written, accurate, and well loved by professos
Derivatives Demystified: A
Derivatives Demystified: A Step-by-Step Guide to Forwards, Futures, Swaps and Options (The Wiley Finance Series)
Pages: 250
Price: £ 36,75
Lang.: English
The book is a step-by-step guide to derivative products. By distilling the complex mathematics and theory that underlie the subject, Chisholm explains derivative products in straightforward terms, focusing on a
The Fundamentals of Hedge
The Fundamentals of Hedge Fund Management: How to Successfully Launch and Operate a Hedge Fund (Wiley Finance)
Pages: 192
Price: £ 45,50
Lang.: English
This book offers the tools and techniques needed to successfully launch and maintain a hedge fund. In "The Fundamentals of Hedge Fund Management", both budding and established hedge fund managers will learn the
The General Theory of Empl
The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money
Pages: 248
Price: £ 14,99
Lang.: English
In 1936 Keynes published the most provocative book written by any economist of his generation. Arguments about the book continued until his death in 1946 and still continue today. This new edition, published 70
Credit Risk Measurement: N
Credit Risk Measurement: New Approaches to Value at Risk and Other Paradigms (Wiley Finance)
Pages: 288
Price: £ 43,49
Lang.: English
"Credit risk management and portfolio decisions on credit assets have become far more complex and controversial in recent years. Tony Saunders has written an important cogent summary and analysis of the various