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  • Real Estate Investment: A Capital Market Approach

     
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    $114.99
     
    This book is about creating and adding value through the effective management of property assets. It aims to raise the level of understanding of financial and economic principles within the property profession and also shows that property is an important part of capital markets. A unique feature of ... Read more >
     

  • Global Derivatives: A Strategic Risk Management Perspective

     
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    $108.99
     
    Global Derivatives provides comprehensive coverage of different types of derivatives, including exchange traded contracts and over-the-counter instruments as well as real options.  There is an equal emphasis on the practical application of derivatives and their actual uses in business transacti... Read more >
     

  • Financial Markets and Institutions (5e)

     
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    $142.99
     
    With its clear and accessible style, Financial Markets and Institutions will help students make sense of the financial activity that is so widely and prominently reported in the media. Looking at the subject from the economist’s perspective, the book takes a practical, applied approach and theo... Read more >
     

  • Volatility Edge in Options Trading, The: New Technical Strategies for Investing in Unstable Markets

     
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    $67.99
     
    In The Volatility Edge, options trader and researcher Jeff Augen introduces a breakthrough strategy for fully leveraging the immense opportunities that arise from market volatility. Drawing on more than a decade of never-before-published research, Augen provides new analytical techniques and visual ... Read more >
     

  • The Economics of Money, Banking and Finance (4e)

     
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    $142.99
     
    The 4th edition of The Economics of Money, Banking and Finance is written to meet the needs of students requiring a rigorous grounding in financial economics theory, combined with institutional and policy discussion relevant to the ‘real world’ of contemporary Europe.
     

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