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The money market Hardcover – January 1, 1983
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- Publisher : Dow Jones-Irwin; Revised edition (January 1, 1983)
- Language: : English
- Hardcover : 728 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0870943855
- ISBN-13 : 978-0870943850
- Item Weight : 3.1 pounds
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,699,339 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Primarily organized by product, this book is very long because it systematically covers off virtually every dimension of the money market (the fed, eurodollars, repo, MTN's, BA's, etc.), delving into the history of each instrument, why it is used, who trades it, how it is priced, and so on.
Despite being relentlessly detailed and obviously exhaustively researched, this book is easy to read. I am not a money market/investments freak or anything but I to this day will pick it up and read (or reread) a chapter on the way home just out of interest.
On the other hand, you probably do have to have some innate interest in financial instruments to appreciate this book. Certainly, if you are new to the field, or looking for tips on how to make trading profits in this market, this book is probably not for you. But if you are interested in the trading and settlement operations of the money market, it sure is.
Someday I think it would be fun to write a book of my own and I could honestly aspire to no higher goal than the quality of this book.
quality. At well over 1000 pages, the amount and detail
of information might seem overwhelming. But Dr. Stegum
is one of those very rare authors who is able to write
clearly and engagingly about a technical subject. In
fact you can start reading this book at any chapter and
you will be captivated. The writing is very down-to-
earth. There are plenty of examples to clarify the
technical discussion as well as anecdotes and
explanations of street jargon and culture. This book
was written back in 1989. Finance is a rapidly
evolving industry and inevitably, some bits of the of
the book are dated. I highly recommend this book
because it is still informative and very enjoyable.
A much better buy is "The Global Money Markets" by Fabozzi, Mann and Choudhry, at the same price but much better value-for-money and covers more markets. email@example.com