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
The public offering price (POP) is the price at which IPOs are offered to the public by an underwriter. Several factors affect this price, including data about a company’s financial situation (past, current, and forecasted), macroeconomic conditions and stock market trends (current and predicted
By Janusz Brzeszczynski
Next, we decompose the expected cum-dividend price into the expected ex-dividend price next period (Pext+1) and the market value of dividends. The market value of the dividend is obtained by multiplying the face value of the next period’s expected dividend (DIVt+1) by q. The q factor is the ratio
By Graham Partington
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