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Autor: Philip Rush
ISBN-13: 9781349952779
Einband: Book
Seiten: 191
Gewicht: 503 g
Format: 241x161x20 mm
Sprache: Englisch

Real Market Economics

The Fundamental Framework for Finance Practitioners
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Philip Rush is the Founder and Chief Economist of Heteronomics, where he leads and produces rigorous analysis for financial market participants across four continents. From 2010 to 2016, he was Nomura's Senior European Economist and the Chief UK Economist. Previously, he was Economist at Barclays Wealth and before this, Analyst at Lehman Brothers. Rush makes regular presentations to professional investors and policy-makers while writing research that has been regularly read by thousands of leading investment professionals. He is a regular commentator in the financial press and has featured in the Telegraph, FT and Business Insider, as well as CNBC, Bloomberg and many others.
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Provides a complete framework for the economics fundamentally driving real markets
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Part 1: The Economy Chapter 1 - Foundations Chapter 2 - Real Activity Chapter 3 - Inflation and the Business Cycle
Part 2: Stabilisers Chapter 4 - Fiscal Policy Chapter 5 - Monetary Policy Chapter 6 - Macroprudential Policy
PART 3: Financial Markets Chapter 7 - Financial Plumbing Chapter 8 - The Markets Chapter 9 - Portfolios
Chapter 10 - Future Directions
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This book provides a framework for understanding the economics that drive markets, enabling investment professionals to understand the reality of markets and models, and to 'be where the profits are'.
Economics is about the allocation of resources, so it is at the heart of markets. And yet to many, economics is a field that feels far removed from the realities of what they see trading. Common sense, some entrepreneurial intuition and a decent dose of luck might seem like the only tools one needs to navigate a profitable course, especially when approaching a new financial market.

This is, however, a weak framework. It is one where inconsistencies can thrive, cancelling out the rewards of erstwhile successful views or leaving no protection when risks crystallize. Of course, luck is always welcome, but there is no accounting for it. Relying on luck for returns is to make those returns completely un-replicable and thus unstable - a recipe for an unintentionally short relationship with real markets. A robust framework is needed instead.

Split into three parts, Real Market Economics first builds the core framework of economic concepts, starting with real levels of activity before turning to growth in it and then prices, ending with the dynamics of business cycles. Part two adds on the stabilizing crossbeams, including the new macroprudential policies next to the more conventional monetary and fiscal ones. It then addresses how we might watch and anticipate policy changes. Finally, part three liberally coats the framework with financial markets, thereby making the completed framework's robust structure truly useful for investing in real markets.
Autor: Philip Rush
Philip Rush is the Founder and Chief Economist of Heteronomics, where he leads and produces rigorous analysis for financial market participants across four continents. From 2010 to 2016, he was Nomura's Senior European Economist and the Chief UK Economist. Previously, he was Economist at Barclays Wealth and before this, Analyst at Lehman Brothers. Rush makes regular presentations to professional investors and policy-makers while writing research that has been regularly read by thousands of leading investment professionals. He is a regular commentator in the financial press and has featured in the Telegraph, FT and Business Insider, as well as CNBC, Bloomberg and many others.

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Autor: Philip Rush
ISBN-13 :: 9781349952779
ISBN: 134995277X
Erscheinungsjahr: 19.12.2017
Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Gewicht: 503g
Seiten: 191
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 241x161x20 mm, 30 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen, Bibliographie