Pricing Money: A Beginner's Guide to Money, Bonds, Futures and Swaps 2001 by J. D. A. Wiseman

Pricing Money: A Beginner's Guide to Money, Bonds, Futures and Swaps 2001 by J. D. A. Wiseman
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Pricing Money: A Beginner's Guide to Money, Bonds, Futures and Swaps 2001 by J. D. A. Wiseman

Pricing Money provides a highly practical introduction to the principles of bonds and fixed income and is aimed at readers who have little prior knowledge.

The book is written in a style that is not overly mathematical or theoretical but takes a practical approach focusing on the aspects of pricing and trading fixed-income securities that are most relevant to the day-to-day activities of people working in the markets.

Starting at a basic level the author explains the concepts and principles behind fixed income in an informative way using every day examples that can be understood by the layman. It includes a listing of the terms used; the rules and conventions; the techniques for valuation and pricing and a description of the different roles within the industry. This book will be an excellent training tool for new recruits to the financial markets.



Editorial Reviews From the Back Cover This book is an introduction to the markets in deposits, bonds, futures and swaps. It explains the purpose and design of these financial instruments, and how they are used by the various players in the financial system.

The book is for new recruits and potential new recruits in financial markets, as well as accountants, lawyers, and those wishing to understand the basic principles of finance. The author's engaging, accessible and non-mathematical style is comprehensible by those with no prior financial knowledge. About the Author J.D.A. WISEMAN is a bond and swap trader at Credit Suisse First Boston, having previously been an analyst there and at J.P. Morgan. The author read mathematics at Queens' College, Cambridge, and lives in London.