The Resource How the trading floor really works, Terri Lynn Duhon, (electronic resource)

How the trading floor really works, Terri Lynn Duhon, (electronic resource)

Label
How the trading floor really works
Title
How the trading floor really works
Statement of responsibility
Terri Lynn Duhon
Creator
Contributor
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
A detailed look at what really happens in the front office of an investment bank and why Trading floors have always fascinated people, but few understand the role they play in the world of finance today. Though markets rise and fall every day, the drivers of those are rarely explored. Those who understand the dynamics of trading floors will better understand the dynamics of global financial markets. This book reveals the key players on the floor, their roles and responsibilities, how they serve their clients, and how it all impacts the markets. It also explains important terminology, explains
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1972-
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Duhon, Terri Lynn
Index
index present
LC call number
HG4551
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Trading rooms (Finance)
  • Stock exchanges
  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • Stock exchanges
  • Trading rooms (Finance)
  • Stock exchanges
  • Trading rooms (Finance)
Label
How the trading floor really works, Terri Lynn Duhon, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 What Are Financial Markets? -- Debt Markets -- Equity Markets -- Other Asset Classes -- Derivative Markets -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 2 What Role Do Banks Play in Financial Markets? -- What It Means to Provide Liquidity -- Central Market Platforms -- Who Are the Clients and What Are They Doing? -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 3 Which Part of the Bank Are We Talking About? -- Corporate Finance -- Global Financial Markets -- Where Are these Trading Floors? -- The Trading Floor's Relationship with Clients -- The Loan Portfolio and the Funding Department -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 4 What Does It Mean to Trade? -- PACAM Treasury Trade -- Supermart Interest Rate Swap Trade -- A Structured Equity Product -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 5 What Is the Market and Why Does It Move? -- What Is the Market? -- Price Fundamentals: Macroeconomics -- Price Fundamentals: Company Specific News -- Supply and Demand -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 6 How Do Traders Make a Market? -- PACAM Treasury Trade -- Supermart Interest Rate Swap Trade -- Equity Structured Product Trade -- A Typical Trader Day -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 7 How Is Proprietary Trading Different from Market Making? -- Proprietary Trading Desk Overview -- Proprietary Desk Liquidity -- How Market Makers Are Similar to Proprietary Traders -- Trading Book Accounting -- Trader Capital Allocation -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 8 What Is the Relationship Between Sales and Trading? -- A Day in the Life -- Know Your Client -- Managing the Client Relationship -- Sales Person Stereotypes -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 9 What Role Does the Research Analyst Play? -- The Role of a Credit or Equity Analyst -- Conflict of Interest -- The Economists and Strategists -- Desk Analysts -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 10 What's So Special About Trading Derivatives? -- Bond Intermediation -- Derivative Intermediation -- Counterparty Credit Risk -- Illiquid Derivatives Intermediation -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 11 Where Does Structuring Fit? -- The Deal Origination -- Deal Negotiation -- Deal Closing -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 12 Where Are the Quants? -- Pricing Models and What They Do -- Risk Management Models and What They Do -- Financial Market Evolution -- Quants' Relationship with the Trading Floor -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 13 What Are the Risks? -- Market Risk -- Credit Risk -- Other Risk -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 14 How Do We Manage These Risks? -- New Product Approval Process -- Market Risk Limits -- Credit Risk Limits -- Learn from Experience -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781119966012
Lccn
2012030998
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
640493BB-07CF-4B74-9F62-9213D16FFD79
System control number
  • (OCoLC)803474305
  • (OCoLC)ocn803474305
Label
How the trading floor really works, Terri Lynn Duhon, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 What Are Financial Markets? -- Debt Markets -- Equity Markets -- Other Asset Classes -- Derivative Markets -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 2 What Role Do Banks Play in Financial Markets? -- What It Means to Provide Liquidity -- Central Market Platforms -- Who Are the Clients and What Are They Doing? -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 3 Which Part of the Bank Are We Talking About? -- Corporate Finance -- Global Financial Markets -- Where Are these Trading Floors? -- The Trading Floor's Relationship with Clients -- The Loan Portfolio and the Funding Department -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 4 What Does It Mean to Trade? -- PACAM Treasury Trade -- Supermart Interest Rate Swap Trade -- A Structured Equity Product -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 5 What Is the Market and Why Does It Move? -- What Is the Market? -- Price Fundamentals: Macroeconomics -- Price Fundamentals: Company Specific News -- Supply and Demand -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 6 How Do Traders Make a Market? -- PACAM Treasury Trade -- Supermart Interest Rate Swap Trade -- Equity Structured Product Trade -- A Typical Trader Day -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 7 How Is Proprietary Trading Different from Market Making? -- Proprietary Trading Desk Overview -- Proprietary Desk Liquidity -- How Market Makers Are Similar to Proprietary Traders -- Trading Book Accounting -- Trader Capital Allocation -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 8 What Is the Relationship Between Sales and Trading? -- A Day in the Life -- Know Your Client -- Managing the Client Relationship -- Sales Person Stereotypes -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 9 What Role Does the Research Analyst Play? -- The Role of a Credit or Equity Analyst -- Conflict of Interest -- The Economists and Strategists -- Desk Analysts -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 10 What's So Special About Trading Derivatives? -- Bond Intermediation -- Derivative Intermediation -- Counterparty Credit Risk -- Illiquid Derivatives Intermediation -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 11 Where Does Structuring Fit? -- The Deal Origination -- Deal Negotiation -- Deal Closing -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 12 Where Are the Quants? -- Pricing Models and What They Do -- Risk Management Models and What They Do -- Financial Market Evolution -- Quants' Relationship with the Trading Floor -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 13 What Are the Risks? -- Market Risk -- Credit Risk -- Other Risk -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions -- ch. 14 How Do We Manage These Risks? -- New Product Approval Process -- Market Risk Limits -- Credit Risk Limits -- Learn from Experience -- Conclusion -- Discussion Questions
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781119966012
Lccn
2012030998
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
640493BB-07CF-4B74-9F62-9213D16FFD79
System control number
  • (OCoLC)803474305
  • (OCoLC)ocn803474305

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