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Securities

A security is a claim on future cashflows from its issuer U. S. Treasury (nominal, indexed) bond bank interbank loan/deposit, commercial paper, repo swap, over-the-counter derivative, currency contract corporation (common, preferred) equity (secured, senior, subordinated, convertible) bond (short-term) commercial paper municipality (revenue, general obligation) bond derivatives clearinghouse futures, option collective investments (open-ended, closed-ended, exchange-traded) funds and unit trusts

Also: real estate, private equity, bank loans, etc.

Measurement Concepts for Banking Trading and Investing

John Dodson

Introduction

Outline

Financial Accounting

Double-Entry Bookkeeping

Financial Statements

Investment Accounting

Performance Measurement

Active Return

Securities Conventions

Trading Terminology

Cases

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