This lecture presents five core principles of money and banking: Time has value, risk requires compensation, information is the basis for decisions, markets set prices and allocate resources, stability improves welfare. Inviting you refer for more details.
Lecture Money and banking - Lecture 06 introduce the financial instruments and financial markets. The main contents of this lecture include all of the following: Financial instruments, examples, financial markets, roles, structure, financial institutions.
Lecture Money and banking - Lecture 15: Shifts in equilibrium in the bond market and risk presents the following content: Shifts in equilibrium in bond market, bond and risk, default risk, inflation risk, interest rate risk.
Lecture Money and banking - Lecture 20: Risk and value of stocks presents the following content: Stocks, risk and the value of stocks, theory of efficient markets, investing in stocks for long run, stock markets’ role in the economy, financial intermediation, role of financial intermediaries.
Lecture Money and banking - Lecture 35: Money multiplier presents the following content: Introducing excess reserve ratio, the central bank’s monetary policy toolbox, the target federal funds rate and open market operations.
Measuring the institutional foundations of financial markets is essential for understanding
its determinants, and help design better policies
• Indices of the rule of law, creditor rights and information, business transparency, and the
quality of infrastructure are associated with deeper and more efficient financial markets
• In banking and securities markets, characteristics related to private monitoring and enforcement
drive development more than public enforcement measures
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Chapter 17 Commercial Bank Operations: describe the market structure of commercial banks, describe the most common sources of funds for commercial banks, explain the most common uses of funds for commercial banks, describe typical off-balance sheet activities for commercial banks.
As the financial system in most emerging economies is centred on banks, an important aspect of the
development of bond markets is the impact on the banking system. One frequently heard worry is that
bond markets could take business away from the banks. This raises some potential concerns for bank
supervisors. On the other hand, if it means firms are less vulnerable to weaknesses in the banking
system, corporate bond issuance can help central banks achieve steady economic growth.
Chapter 19 Bank Management: describe the underlying goal, strategy, and governance of banks, explain how banks manage liquidity, explain how banks manage interest rate risk, explain how banks manage credit risk, explain integrated bank management.
On balance, it is desirable to have a diversified and balanced financial system
where both financial intermediaries and financial markets play important
roles in imparting greater competitiveness and efficiency to the financial
system. In the present context of financial liberalisation, stock markets and
banks emerge as sources of corporate finance and stock market development
actually tends to increase the quantity of bank loans through improved debt-
Financial institutions are the firms that provide access to the financial markets, they sit between savers and borrowers and so are known as financial intermediaries. Banks, insurance companies, securities firms and pension funds,... In this chapter will introduce the financial institutions. Inviting you refer.
Suggests that since investors are risk averse, they will demand a greater premium for securities with longer maturity periods as these are not easily convertible to cash on short notice. A liquidity premium is usually added to the equilibrium interest rate to determine the market rate of securities.
The main contents of this chapter include all of the following: Changing the size and composition of the balance sheet, open market operations, foreign exchange intervention, discount loans, cash withdrawal.
Essentials of Investments: Chapter 2 - Financial Markets and Instruments presents Major Classes of Financial Assets or Securities, Markets and Instruments, Money Market Instrument Yields, Bank Discount Rate, Bond Equivalent Yield.
Chapter 4 - The Federal reserve system, monetary policy, and interest rates. This chapter described the Federal Reserve System in the United States. The Federal Reserve is the central bank charged with conducting monetary policy, supervising and regulating depository institutions, maintaining the stability of the financial system, and providing specific financial services to the U.S. government, the public, and financial institutions.
Chapter 11 - Commercial banks: Industry overview. This chapter provided an overview of the major activities of commercial banks and recent trends in the banking industry. Commercial banks rely heavily on deposits to fund their activities, although borrowed funds are becoming increasingly important for the largest institutions.
Chapter 12 - Commercial banks’ financial statements and analysis. This chapter analyzed the financial statements of commercial banks. The assets, liabilities, and equity capital were described as they appear in the balance sheet. The financial statements of other FIs such as savings banks and credit unions take a similar form. The income and expenses were described as they appear in the income statement.