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Markets in which ownership stakes of firms (e.g. stocks/shares) can be traded.

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How exactly do Participatory Notes induce volatility into the economy?

I was reading up on participatory notes. Wikipedia defines these as "instruments issued by registered foreign institutional investors (FII) to overseas investors, who wish to invest in the Indian ...
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What topics are important to analyse a financial product? [closed]

When reading analysis papers of financial product, derivative or stock, tangible or not, I noticed that a lot of those papers seem to have similar structures. This got me to the question if there ...
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demand impact on shares price

Knowing that share prices are determined by the forces of supply and demand, other factors can also play a role in this but lets consider the fact that prices are only based on supply and demand.In ...
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What is the relationship between S&P500 and the US dollar

In the recent past, both the S&P 500 and the USD (against other currencies) have appreciated a lot. From what I understand, if USD goes up against other companies, the major companies of the S&...
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How is after market tradings inserted in stock market graphs?

When I open a stock market graph tool such as Metastock and enter in the intra-day periodicities, I can never found the data related to the after market operations. I know (by observation) that when ...
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Finding the covariance of a stock portfolio

So my question goes like this, I have the returns of 3 different stocks AAPL, NKE and BBRY I make 4 portfolios out of them as follows: and the question asks me to compute the correlation coefficient ...
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Introductory or Primer text on Economics?

I've been meaning to learn more about economics, and am looking for an introductory text or a primer on the topic. I've already taken a subject on this back in high school, but I guess what I'm ...
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Normalizing comparisons of corporations and countries

When publicly-traded corporations reach record valuations, articles in the media often compare such valuations to the GDPs of countries throughout the world, typically in the form "Company X's ...
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Do large public companies ever "quit while they're ahead"?

Large public companies (e.g. S&P 500) seem to end their lives in one of two ways: either they're acquired (or taken private), or they go bankrupt. Theoretically it seems like there should be a ...
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Effect of information on stock indices

The rules for including a stock in indices such as S&P 500 are common knowledge, so everyone can know when e.g. company B is going to enter the index instead of company A. Since ETFs and mutual ...
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Is the S&P 500 now in a boom-bust cycle?

This question was originally posted at money.stackexchange but was moved here per a commentor's suggestion after the question was put on hold for being opinion-based. The original question was: ...
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What are the effects of the increase/decrease in stock options after an IPO?

Research : As far as I can understand : Stock options are used to increase the capital of companies to realize some projects Shares are divided into two categories : o Free float (which is the ...

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