How the Bond Market Works
New York Institute of Finance, 1997 - Всего страниц: 255
Many investors are discovering other investment vehicles - especially the enormous and diverse world of bonds. Yet, because of the attention usually paid to equity trading, most investors do not understand enough about bonds, their markets, and how to profit from them. How the Bond Market Works provides all the insight and guidance you need to benefit from this popular investment vehicle. First published in 1988, this popular guide has gone into 10 sell-out printings. Now completely updated to reflect the latest changes in the debt-instrument market, this revised edition not only serves as an introduction to the entire bond business, it provides the most current information available on the different bond instruments as well as the latest trends in fixed income markets and individual markets.
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DIFFERENT TYPES OF YIELDS
THE YIELD CURVE
The FixedIncome Marketplace
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