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Introduction to Finance: Markets, Investments, and Financial Management, 14th Editionby Ronald W. Melicher (University of Colorado at Boulder); Edgar A. Norton (Illinois State University)
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Business managers will gain a basic understanding of the complex world of finance with this engaging book. It presents a balanced survey of the three main areas of finance: institutions and markets, investments, and financial management. The examples have been completely updated throughout to provide the most relevant information. Discussions of small business practice help them gain a better understanding of small business applications. More focus is placed on ethics to reflect the headlines in today's news. Additional end-of-chapter questions and career-profile features also enable business managers to connect the material to the real world.
Table of Contents
|The Financial Environment|
|Money and the Monetary System|
|Banks and Other Financial Institutions|
|Federal Reserve System|
|Policy Makers and the Money Supply|
|International Trade and Finance|
|Savings and Investment Process|
|Structure of Interest Rates|
|Time Value of Money|
|Bond and Stocks: Characteristics and Valuations|
|Financial Return and Risk Concepts|
|Business Organization and Financial Data|
|Financial Analysis and Long-term Financial Planning|
|Managing Working Capital|
|Short-term Business Financing|
|Capital Budgeting Analysis|
|Capital Structure and Cost of Capital|
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