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Finance Investment Financial markets Financial ratio Stock market Short Stock Financial capital Equity Market liquidity Equity securities Capital requirement Money Economy Corporate finance Asset liability management Cost of capital
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Ie. Trading one bread for one computer because computers can’t be broken up into parts o Facilities saving o Represents a store of wealth • Role of markets o Facilitate exchange of goods and services by: ▪ Bringing opposite parties together ▪ Establishing rates of exchange ie. Prices • Surplus units o Savers of funds available for lending o Have extra money • Deficit units o Borrowers of funds for capital investment and consumption o Looking for more money • Financial instrument o Issued by a party raising funds, acknowledging a financial commitment and entitling the holder to specified future cash flows o Eg. term deposit – go to bank, p...
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