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Capital Markets – a formal definition --
The capital markets are the markets for long-term loans and equity capital. Companies and the government can raise funds for long-term investments via the capital markets. The capital markets include the stock market, the bond market, and the primary market. Securities trading on organized capital markets is monitored by the government; new issues are approved by authorities of financial supervision and monitored by participating banks. ...
News & Updates
June 29, 2016 Global stocks gain as Brexit nerves settleSource: Reuters
European and Asian stock markets built on a recovery from the shattering aftermath of last week's Brexit vote on Wednesday as investors wagered central banks would ultimately ride to the rescue with more stimulus.
Source: US News
The Conference Board reported Tuesday that its consumer confidence index rose to 98 in June from 92.4 in May, snapping a two-month losing streak. The survey measures how consumers assess current conditions as well as their...
Source: Boston Globe
Stunned and divided by Britain’s vote to leave the European Union, leaders of the bloc’s member states converged in Brussels on Tuesday to prepare for a painful divorce, although Britain’s own political crisis made any rapid...
Research & Insights
June 29, 2016 Imagining The U.K. And The EU 3 Years After BrexitSource: Seeking Alpha
It's the summer of 2019, three years after British voters stunned the world by voting to leave the European Union. The U.K. has regained its economic and financial footing, as well as its national confidence. A smaller and more...
June 29, 2016 Opinion: Brexit’s impact on these 3 issues is what really matters for the rest of the worldSource: MarketWatch
Many of those who voted “Leave” on Thursday reportedly already regret it, either because they didn’t really expect to prevail and merely wanted to register a protest vote, or because of the sharp sell-off in financial markets and...
June 29, 2016 Can You Hear Me Now!?Source: Larry Checco, featured columnist
Can you hear me now? That’s not a catchy line from a campy Verizon cell phone service commercial. It’s people around the world sending out a very strong, clear message to the powers that be.
Commentary & Opinion
June 19, 2016 Four Key Market Charts To See Before MondaySource: Forbes
After a shaky few days for markets last week, we went into the weekend with some relative calm on Friday. This coming week the UK vote on leaving or staying in the European Union will dominate the market focus
Source: Telegrapg (UK)
The British public is increasingly isolationist in outlook despite Britain’s long history of empire and influence in the post-War global order, a new survey of Europe has found.
May 25, 2016 The Economic Arguments Against BrexitSource: New Yorker
The report says that, in the event of “Brexit,” the unemployment rate would jump, while G.D.P., house prices, the stock market, and the value of the pound sterling would all be hit hard.
Featured Capital Markets Columnist
Tim Quast is a fifteen-year Investor Relations veteran and founder and managing director of ModernIR.com, which parses and categorizes over a half-billion shares per week with its trading intelligence system, Equity Analysis. Click here for Tim's Columns.
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