WVU FIN 330 - Final Exam Study Guide (13 pages)

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West Virginia University
Course:
Fin 330 - Financial Institutions
Financial Institutions Documents

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Finance 330 1st Edition Final Exam Study Guide chapters 1 4 Chapter 1 Financial Markets structures through which funds flow Primary Markets vs Secondary Markets Primary Markets are markets in which corporations raise funds through new issues Secondary Markets markets that trade financial instruments once they are issued Types of Financial MarketsMoney Markets markets that trade debt securities or instruments with maturities of less than a year Capital Markets markets that trade debt and equity instruments with maturities of more than one year Foreign Exchange Markets markets in which cash flows from the sale of products of assets denominated in a foreign currency are transacted Derivative Markets markets in which derivative securities trade Initial Public Offerings the first public issue of financial instruments by a firm Derivative Security a financial security whose payoffs are linked to other previously issued securities Money Markets vs Capital Markets Money Markets markets that trade debt securities or instruments with maturities of one year of less Over the Counter Markets markets that do not operate in a specific fixed locationrather transactions occur via telephones wire transfers and computer trading Capital Markets markets that trade debt and equity instruments with maturities of more than one year Money Market Instruments Treasury Bills short term obligations issued by the U S government Federal funds short term funds transferred between financial institutions usually for no more than one day Repurchase agreements agreements involving the sale of securities by one party to another with a promise by the seller to repurchase the same securities from the buyer at a special date and price Negotiable certificate of deposit bank issued time deposit that specifies an interest create and maturity and is negotiable Banker s acceptance time draft payable to a seller of goods with payment guaranteed by a bank Corporate stock the fundamental ownership claim in a



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