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Topic 5 Prelim Economics

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Note-taking under syllabus dot points, covers: - types of financial markets - regulation - borrowers -lenders - interest rates and smaller dot points within those three broad ones

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Topic 5 Prelim Economics
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Economy Finance Money Financial markets Economic history of the Netherlands Systemic risk Stock market Banking Stock exchange Financial services Primary market Australian Securities Exchange
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Economy Finance Money Financial markets Economic history of the Netherlands Systemic risk Stock market Banking Stock exchange Financial services Primary market Australian Securities Exchange
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Financial intermediaries are firms that receive the accumulated funds of individuals or firms, and then make loans to other firms or individuals who can make use of them. In essence, financial intermediaries create a bridge between the savers and borrowers. Financial markets are the factor markets for capital. Savings from consumers, business and governments can not only be used for future consumption, but also to invest in capital, which increases the productive capacity of the economy. Sources of savings: Consumers: proportion of household income that is not spent is saved Businesses: can save by not distributing all their profits to their owners. Government: budgets ...
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