Author: Mark Schindler
- 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.
- Losses in a bank’s trading book can have a cascading effect on the global economy, such as those that occurred during the 2008 financial crisis.
Sale Page : amazon.com
This product is available
From the Inside Flap
On the trading floor, all action is based on news, therefore rumors in financial markets are an everyday phenomenon. Rumors are the oldest mass medium in the world and their nature is still difficult to grasp. Scientifically, not much is known about rumors, especially in the financial markets, where their consequences can have real money consequences. Rumors in Financial Markets provides a fresh insight to the topic, combining the theory of Behavioral Finance with that of Experimental Finance–a new and innovative scientific method which observes real decision makers in a controlled, clearly structured environment.
About the Author
Mark Schindler has written his PhD on “Rumors in Financial Markets” at the Institute for Empirical Research in Economics at the University of Zurich under the supervision of Prof. Thorsten Hens and Prof. Ernst Fehr. Formerly he was working for Arthur Andersen in the area of Financial and Commodities Risk Consulting. He is currently a Funds of Hedge Funds manager for Bank Leu in Zurich.
Over the last 5 years we have helped over 5000 members save a great deal of money on buying online courses. By changing the internal values which are more about member benefits, we have created a completely superior upgrade version with various features as well as the automatic system that surely will offer you a new different experience with more benefits , more time, and cost reduction. We definetely will do our best to help 20,000 community members save 80-100% on online courses over the next 20 to 50 years . Let’s start to see what we have.
Get: Mark Schindler – Rumors in Financial Markets