FINE 2000 Lecture Notes - Money Market, New York Mercantile Exchange, Leveraged Buyout

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A modern financial system offers financing in many different forms, depending on the company"s age, its growth rate and the nature of its business. Money that corporations invest in real assets comes ultimately from savings by investors. But there can be stops in between the paths through financial markets, financial intermediaries or both. Investors purchase shares with personal savings (1: savings are invested in firm"s operations (2, business generates cash (3, cash is either reinvested (4a, or cash represents additional savings on behalf of shareholders (4b) The flow of savings to large corporations: savings, which can come from investors worldwide, might flow through financial markets or financial intermediaries, savings might also flow into financial intermediaries through financial markets through financial intermediaries. Financial market: market in which securities are issued and traded. Securities: a traded financial asset such as a share of stock.

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