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NOTES FINS3630 MIDSESSION EXAM FROM WEEK 1 TO 5 2012............................

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Finance Interest rate Yield curve Financial risk Banking Duration gap Interest rate risk High-yield debt Mortgage loan Fixed income Loans Asset liability management
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Finance Interest rate Yield curve Financial risk Banking Duration gap Interest rate risk High-yield debt Mortgage loan Fixed income Loans Asset liability management
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o Liquidity Costs – only two options (Cash/LT investment). Many households may want to keep assets to finance consumption expenditure in near future. o Price Risk – risk that sale price of an asset will be lower than the purchase price of the asset. No knowing how securities will sell on the secondary market. • As a result: o Flow of funds likely to be low. o Little or no monitoring will occur. o Risk of investments will increase. • Hence, financial intermediaries are necessary for the flow of funds to occur between households and corporations. Households cash Financial Inst. cash Corporations deposits + insurance equity + debt FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES...
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