Author: Peter Howells
- Trading books are a form of accounting ledger that contains records of all tradeable financial assets of a bank.
- Trading books are subject to gains and losses that affect the financial institution directly.
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· New! Chapter 12 Financial Market Failure and Financial Crisis puts forward arguments concerning for example, the ability of small firms to borrow, the problems of financial exclusion and inadequate long-term saving and the tendency in financial markets to bubbles and crashes.
New! Thoroughly updated to include new figures and recent legislative and regulatory changes.
Provides a comprehensive coverage of the workings of financial markets.
Contains sufficient theory to enable students to make sense of current events.
Up-to-date coverage of the role of central banks and the regulation of financial systems.
Focuses on UK and European financial activity, context and constraints.
Offers a wealth of statistical information to illustrate and support the text.
Extensive pedagogy includes revised boxes, illustrations, keywords/concepts, discussion questions, chapter openers, chapter summaries and numerous worked examples.
Frequent use of material from the Financial Times.
Regularly maintained and updated Companion Website containing valuable teaching and learning material.
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