capital markets

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sermaye piyasaları
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capital market
sermaye piyasaları
capital market
Sermaye piyasası
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
plural form of capital market
Those financial markets, including institutions and individuals, that exchange securities, especially long-term debt instruments
The financial markets for stocks and for long-term debt (one year or longer)
The market in long dated bonds Short dated paper is traded on a money market
Businesses access funds for investment through "capital markets" where lenders invest in businesses through bond markets or new owners invest by acquiring equity through stock markets
The universe of publicly traded securities, including stocks, Treasury and agency bonds, mortgage-related securities, corporate and municipal fixed-income securities and money-market instruments
A place or system in which the requirements for capital of a business can be satisfied Market for long-term investment funds
A general term encompassing all markets for financial investments
The financial markets in various countries in which various types of long-term debt and/or ownership securities, or claims on those securities, are purchased and sold
A nation's capital market includes such financial institutions as banks, insurance companies, and stock exchanges that channel long-term investment funds to commercial and industrial borrowers Unlike the money market, on which lending is ordinarily short term, the capital market typically finances fixed investments like those in buildings and machinery
A market where securities are bought and sold
Markets where debt or equity securities are traded
Generally, the market places where money is raised and securities are traded (e g The London Stock Exchange) Stocks, bonds and money markets are each a part of the capital markets
Markets for medium to long term investment (usually over 1 year) These tradable instruments are more international than the 'money market' (i e Government Bonds and Eurobonds)
Markets where buyers and sellers trade securities, such as bonds and stocks Capital markets are vital for economic growth because they generate the money for businesses to start and expand <top>
A general term that encompasses all the various markets for financial investments
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The market for long-term securities, including the stock market and the bond market
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Long-term borrowed funds and equity capital are negotiated on the capital market Via this market private businesses and public authorities accrue a large part of the capital needed to finance their investments and other expenditure These parties seeking capital acquire long-term money by taking out long-term loans and non-bonded loans with the banks and through the issue of bonds, shares, debentures, convertibles and option loans In essence the capital market is fed by savings from private households with the banks, but also from the funds of the insurance companies, who can lend their money for longer periods at reduced rates of interest, as well as from foreign investors A distinction is drawn between the organized capital market of the banks and exchanges, on which shares and fixed-interest securities are traded, and the unorganized, 'grey' capital market Here capital transactions are processed without the involvement of banks and exchanges
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A market that enables suppliers and demanders of long-term funds to make transactions (Chapter 1)
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The market for long-term investment funds, involving primarily investment bankers, savings banks, insurance companies, pension funds, and trust companies
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The financial market for long-term debt and equity financial claims
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a market of debt and equity instruments that mature in more than 1 year
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Capital market is the broad term for the market where investment products such as stocks and bonds are bought and sold It includes all the people and organizations which support the process
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where money for investment is raised and where the shares and bonds that are issued to raise it are then bought and sold
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The market for buying and selling long-term loanable funds such as bonds and mortgages The market for short-term funds is typically referred to as the money market
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The market in which corporate equity and longer-term debt securities (those maturing in more than one year) are issued and traded [FRBC][FRBM][FRBSF] (see also debt, securities)
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A market, for example in a stock exchange, through which funds are obtained for investment A potential bidder will often need to obtain financial backing in a capital market before making a major bid in a privatisation
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The market for equity securities (stocks) and debt obligations with maturities in excess of one year
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The universe of publicly traded securities, including stocks, Treasury and agency bonds, mortgage-related securities, corporate and municipal fixed-income securities and money-market instruments worldwide
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system where financial business deals are performed between investors and savers
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the various institutions concerned with raising funds and sharing and insuring risks; it includes banks, insurance markets, bond markets, and the stock market
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The financial market for buying and selling long-term investments (those with maturities of greater than one year), such as mortgages, Treasury bonds, and certificates of deposit
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the banks and financial institutions from which companies and governments can raise long term finance
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The market for trading long-term debt instruments (those that mature in more than one year)
capital market
The market in which corporate equity and longer-term debt securities (those maturing in more than one year) are issued and traded
capital market
The market where long-term securities are traded
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the various institutions concerned with raising funds and sharing and insuring risks, including banks, insurance markets, bond markets, and the stock market
capital market
A market where debt or equity securities are traded
capital market
The financial market for buying and selling long-term investments such as mortgages, Treasury bonds, and certificates of deposit
capital markets

    Расстановка переносов

    cap·i·tal markets

    Турецкое произношение

    käpıtıl märkıts

    Произношение

    /ˈkapətəl ˈmärkəts/ /ˈkæpətəl ˈmɑːrkəts/

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