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WLUEC223Angela TrimarchiFall

EC223 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-19: Accrued Interest, Shortage, Business Cycle

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Financial markets markets in which funds are transferred from people who have an excess of available funds to people who have a shortage. Bond and stoc
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WLUEC223Angela TrimarchiFall

EC223 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Premium Bond, Accrued Interest, Eurodollar

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Chapter 2: an overview of the financial system. Direct finance borrowers borrow funds directly from lenders in financial markets by selling them securi
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WLUEC223Jerzy KoniecznyFall

EC223 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Liquidity Premium, Risk Premium

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Chapter 6: the risk and term structure of interest rates. Bonds with the same term to maturity can have different interest rates. The relationship amon
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WLUEC223Rashid KhanWinter

EC 223 Chapter 6: EC223 Chapter 6.docx

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WLUEC223Rashid KhanWinter

EC 223 Chapter 13: EC223 Chapter 13 Notes.docx

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The bank balance sheet: total assets = total liabilities + capital, liabilities, acquire funds by issuing liabilities such as deposits which are source
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WLUEC223Angela TrimarchiWinter

EC223 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Foreign Exchange Market, The Foreign Exchange, Canadian Dollar

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Financial markets market in which funds are transferred from people who have an excess of available funds to people who have a shortage. Well-functioni
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WLUEC223Jerzy KoniecznyFall

EC223 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Investment Banking, Accounting, Moral Hazard

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WLUEC223Jerzy KoniecznyFall

EC 223 Chapter 9: Chapter 9 Notes

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Chapter 9: financial crises and the subprime meltdown. Bank panic when multiple banks fail simultaneously. Financial liberalization the elimination of
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WLUEC223Angela TrimarchiWinter

EC223 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Payments Canada, Deflation, Financial Institution

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The great depression contributed to significant changes in government policy, including fiscal policy, monetary policy, banking policy, and internation
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WLUEC223AllFall

EC223 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Risk Premium, Corporate Bond, Dbrs

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Chapter 6: the risk and term structure of interest rates. Bonds with the same term to maturity can have different interest rates. The relationship amon
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WLUEC223Angela TrimarchiWinter

EC223 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Nominal Interest Rate, Real Interest Rate, Zero-Coupon Bond

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Different debt instruments have very different streams of cash payments to the holder known as cash flows with very different timing. Based on the fact
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WLUEC223Jerzy KoniecznyFall

EC223 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Opportunity Cost, Money Supply, Ceteris Paribus

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When determining whether to buy and hold an asset or whether to buy one asset rather than another, an individual must consider the following factors: w
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