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An Introduction to Global Financial Markets, 8e

Stephen Valdez and Philip Molyneux

An Introduction to Global Financial Markets provides students with a one-stop guide to finance and financial markets around the world. Requiring no previous knowledge of the subject, the authors comprehensively cover a broad range of different types of banking, markets, foreign exchange and derivative products. Incorporating recent events and current developments in finance, and using contemporary examples, this book provides the perfect, up-to-date introduction to this fast-moving subject.

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The 8th edition of An Introduction to Global Financial Markets is a concise and insightful introduction to the workings of financial markets, products and institutions. This book is essential reading for students and finance professionals who wish to familiarise themselves with the workings of financial markets and institutions in an intuitive and yet comprehensive manner - Jens Hagendorff, Martin Currie Professor of Finance & Investment, University of Edinburgh Business School, University of Edinburgh, UK

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