Ch 2 Fin 3244

Ch 2 Fin 3244 - Ch 2 Fin 3433 Money Market Vs Capital...

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Ch 2 Fin 3433 Money Market Vs Capital Market= Capital is stocks and bonds. Money Market is short term investments including CDs or treasury notes. Commercial Paper= Short term investments that are less than 3 months. No backing. Institutions sell IPOs to exectutives and important people or customers if they believe it will be successful. Primary Market=The market in which new issues of securities are sold to the public. IPO= The first public sale of a companies stock SEC=Federal agency that regulates securities offerings and markets Public offering=the sale of a firms securities to the general public Private placement= The sale of new securities directly without SEC registration to a selected group of investors Underwriting=The role of the investment banker in bearing the risk of reselling, at a profit, the securities purchased from the issueing corporation at an agreed price. Secondary Market=The market in which securities are traded after they have been issued. Over the counter market= Widely scattered telecommunications network through which
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