Markets and Dealers: The Economics of the London Financial Markets

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David P. Cobham
Longman, Jan 1, 1992 - Business & Economics - 190 pages
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This book provides an analysis of the organized financial markets of the City of London. It does this with a mix of analytical and descriptive material and a distinctive emphasis on microstructural issues, that is on the mechanisms by which trading is organized and on the roles which different market participants perform.

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The equity market David Cobham
25
The sterling bond market Richard Harrington
61
Futures and options James Leslie and Geoffrey Wyatt
85
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