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Integrating coverage of international financial markets and the global economy from the outset, MONEY, BANKING AND FINANCIAL MARKETS gives you a solid foundataion of the topics important to the twenty-first century world of money and banking. It is also the first and only text on the market to offer a fully-integrated program of accompanying online resources and multimedia tools to enhance your study of money and banking and help you prepare for tests.
UNIT I. INTRODUCTION. 1. Money in Today's World-An Introduction. 2. Banking in the Digital Age. 3. Domestic and International Financial Markets. UNIT II. FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTRUMENTS. 4. Interest Rates. 5. Foreign Exchange Markets. 6. Managing Risks in the Global Economy - Derivative Securities. 7. Finding the Best Mix of Financial Instruments-The Theory of Portfolio Choice and Efficient Markets. UNIT III. FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS. 8. Financial Institutions - An Overview. 9. Depository Financial Institutions. 10. The Business of Banking — Depository Institution Management and Performance. 11. Foundations of Depository Institution Regulation. 12. Economic Consequences of Depository Institution Regulation. UNIT IV. CENTRAL BANKING, MONETARY POLICY, AND THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM. 13. Why Money and Banking Go Together - Depository Institutions and Money. 14. Central Banking and the Federal Reserve System. 15. The Federal Reserve and the Financial System. UNIT V. MONETARY POLICY AND THE ECONOMY. 16. How Much Money Do People Want to Hold? - The Demand for Money. 17. Monetary Policy, Interest Rates, and the Economy. 18. Money, Business Cycles, and Inflation. UNIT VI. THE CONDUCT OF MONETARY POLICY. 19. Day-to-Day Monetary Policy - Fed Operating Procedures. 20. What Should the Fed Do? - Objectives and Targets of Monetary Policy. 21. What the Fed Does - Interest Rate Targeting and Economic Activity. 22. Policymaking in the World Economy - International Dimensions of Monetary Policy.