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Traded financial products are born in the capital markets divisions of investment banks. Bankers there produce the securities used by companies and institutions who want to raise money on the public markets. Their two main products are stocks, traded on the equity capital markets, and bonds, traded on the debt capital markets. Stocks , also known as shares or equities, are bought by investors who want to share in the profits of a company through dividends or the appreciation of the stock's value. If the share price rises, investors can sell stock to other investors at a profit. If it falls, they might sell them at a loss. ...
UAE. The Middle Eastern Investment Banking Industry continues to grow with second quarter activity contributing to an impressive overall first half of 2010. The analysis, compiled by Thomson Reuters, shows that although the second quarter activity was at a lower level than the first quarter, there is still a strong foundation for which to build on for the remainder of 2010. Managing Director of Thomson Reuters Middle East & Africa, Basil Moftah commented, “Although the second quarter was modest in comparison to a highly impressive first quarter, the two have combined to build a solid start ... Read More
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