place where capital or labor is traded a market in which factors of production are bought and sold, for example, the capital market or the labor market
Shariah banks and financial markets have been affected by the international financial crisis, but, according to a recent International Monetary Fund study, they have proved more resilient and less unstable than their conventional competitors.
By Brandon Davies
Factoring can be done on both a recourse and non-recourse basis. In developed financial markets, factoring is done on a non-recourse basis. The factor does not have a claim against its client (the borrower) if the accounts default. In less-mature financial markets, recourse factoring is used, where
By Irena Jindrichovska
A common theme today is the selling of mortgage notes by banks that are in financial trouble or need to remove loans from their financial statements due to regulatory pressures. These deals are often opportunistic for banks, depending on market conditions.
By Gary Deutsch
Due to the stochastic nature of financial markets, it is obviously not possible to predict exactly the future value of a portfolio. However, knowing the past behavior of the risk factors that drive the market value of the portfolio, it is possible to generate a stochastic set of possible scenarios for the future value of the portfolio
By Marius Bochniak
Definitions of ’factor market’ and meaning of ’factor market’ are from the book publication, QFINANCE – The Ultimate Resource, © 2009 Bloomsbury Information Ltd. Find definitions for ’factor market’ and other financial terms with our online QFINANCE Financial Dictionary.