Capital Markets

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  • Capital Market Authority

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    CAPITAL MARKETS AUTHORITY INTRODUCTION The Capital Markets Authority (CMA) is an independent government regulating agency responsible for overseeing or supervising, licensing and monitoring the activities of market intermediaries, including the stock exchange market and the central depository and settlement system and all the other persons licensed under the Capital Markets Act of Kenya. The capital market is part of the

  • The Islamic Capital Market

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    development of Islamic capital market. Islamic capital market is a growing and important sector in Islamic financial system. It has been developed since a few decades ago led by Malaysia. Even though it has been develop, many issues and challenges arise in order to align with the perfect Islamic capital market. In contrast, with the challenges they face, it lead to a very bright future of Islamic Capital Market. Regardless of the name Islamic, every products in Islamic capital market is provided for

  • Capital in the Market and Economy

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    Capital is considered anything that helps enable us to reach our goals, while improving the efficiency of goods and services that we use or produce. Capital is one of the main attributes of improvement. Capital can be almost anything, it can be mental (such as education or training), material (such as a computer or a machine) or it can be money. Capital is invested in a good or service to increase efficiency in production, to increase output and as to increase overall consumer benefit and satisfaction

  • The Integrity of Capital Markets

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    Introduction Capital market is constituted of both primary and secondary markets all of which provide long-term investment opportunities. They are markets for long term funds with maturity period of more than one year. Examples of Financial instruments which are used in capital markets are debentures, terms, loans, bonds, warrants, preference shares and ordinary shares among others. These markets constitute of bond market and stock market in which debts and equity securities are traded respectively

  • The Egyptian Capital Market And The Stock Market

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    Introduction "A stock market is a spot in which long term capital is raised by industry and trade, the administration and nearby powers and it is viewed as capital market. The cash gets from private investors, insurance agencies, annuity finances and banks and is generally masterminded by issuing houses and vendor banks. Stock market is a spot where the securities can be sold and acquired at a concurred cost. Stock exchanges are additionally a portion of the capital market which gives a market to the shares

  • Difference Between Money Market And Capital Market

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    Capital market is a part of financial capital for raising capital by dealing bonds, shares and other long-term investment. The client is suppliers of capital such as retailer investors and institutional investors, another client is users of capital like businesses, Government or individuals. Suppliers of capital want the maximum possible return at the lowest possible risk, while users of capital want to raise capital at the lowest possible cost. If clients did not participate in capital market, it

  • Capital Market Practice in India

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    Capital Market Practice in India SECTOR OVERVIEW 2007-08 In the preceding year, correction in a bullish market subsequently followed by bear market rallies was never apprehended to result in a widespread pessimism. Indian stock markets have really been on doldrums and is still trying to achieve a optimal and stable position. However, the apparent crisis has not stopped significant industrial sectors of Corporate India showing growth. The well said idiom “ Necessity is the mother of Invention”

  • Capital Markets: Domestic and International

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    Capital Markets: Domestic and International Capital markets involve two parties in the midst of a financial process. There are domestic markets (markets in the US) and there are foreign markets (international such as Japan and China) that investors put much faith in. The term capital market is the market for securities and where companies and governments raise long-term funds, usually longer than a year. The market itself includes the stock market and the bond market. The capital market also

  • Capital Market And Money Market: Different Types Of Financial Market

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    Types of Financial Market Capital Market & Money Market. A financial market is a broad term describing any marketplace where buyers and sellers participate in the trade of assets such as equities, bonds, currencies and derivatives. Financial markets are typically defined by having transparent pricing, basic regulations on trading, costs and fees, and market forces determining the prices of securities that trade. Financial markets can be found in nearly every nation in the world. Some are very small

  • Social Issues Of Capital Market

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    Somehow, it supports the notion that India is a diverse but united country. It is also socially rich, although its capital market does not fully affix with the social factors mentioned. But still, there is an existing relationship between the capital market and the social factors. This kind of situation usually takes place in the presence of huge social factors that it impacts the capital market; while the considered small factors will not highly affect it all. An example taken was about the “reliance fresh”