Global Stock Markets
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BeschreibungThis book provides an in-depth and up-to-date analysis of the trading systems
of the world's leading stock markets with special emphasis on the price
setting mechanisms and the responsibilities of various market members.
A precise and to-the-point summary of the main theories on the existence
of bid-ask spreads highlights orderprocessing costs, inability to fulfil,
inventory management and adverse selection costs. Essential features of
all the theories are used to form an explanatory model for spreads on dealer
and auction markets. Spreads are modelled as a function of order processing
and trading costs as well as a risk premium in markets with fluctuating
prices and trade volumes. This book supplies the reader with an excellent
understanding of: the microstructure of global stock markets, the development
of exchanges' trading mechanisms, the theory of bid-ask spreads, econometric
models explaining spreads, London's SETS, including a case study on how
to improve the costeffectiveness of the new electronic orderbook, the integration
process of stock markets with an update and outlook of European stock exchanges'
mergers and alliances. Global Stock Markets delivers essential and relevant
information to undergraduate and postgraduate students in Management, Economics
and Finance, as well as to any reader interested in the functioning of
today's global stock markets.
Untertitel: Microstructure, Trading Mechanisms and Bid-Ask Spreads. Dissertation. Mit Grafiken und Tabellen. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Books on Demand GmbH
Erscheinungsdatum: Juli 2000