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Reuters Financial Glossary
This comprehensive reference guide not only defines, but explains the mass of intimidating financial jargon that is an integral part of any business, finance or economy.
Fully updated comprehensive and cross-referenced A-Z of key financial terms with additional explanations, examples and worked definitions where necessary.
More people than ever before are exposed to business, economics and finance - and to it's very own vocabulary. This new edition of the Reuters Financial Glossary aims to make that exposure as painless and useful as possible. Reuters is the world's largest international multimedia news agency and a leading provider of text, video, graphics and news pictures to the world's media, financial institutions, business and individuals. We make it our business to understand then explain the terminology used in finance and markets around the world. Our glossary has a simple alphabetical format and is fully cross-referenced. More important terms are explained in the context of diagrams and worked examples. The text also includes web references for key terms. The Reuters Financial Glossary covers foreign exchange, treasury, money and capital markets, mortgage-based assets, equities, commodities, sovereign and corporate debt, techincal analysis and macro-economic terms. Also included are a number of IT related references which will help the transition into the new digital business world. Whether you are trading the markets for a living, or just an interested bystander, you will find the Reuters Financial Glossary an accessible and indispensable companion.
Reuters is the world's largest international multimedia news agency and a leading provider of text, video, graphics and news pictures to the world's media, financial institutions, business and individuals. We make it our business to understand then explain the terminology used in finance and markets around the world. We have tapped into this pool of specialist knowledge to come up with thousands of definitions of key financial terms that make up this glossary. Contributors include the leading market experts from our 18,000 staff in 97 countries, including some 2,500 journalists. The glossary is an international one, the distillation of information from staff producing news and information in 26 languages, from 198 bureaux around the world. This new edition of Reuters Financial Glossary was edited by Tony Parry. For breaking news and financial intelligence from the world leader, visit www.reuters.com.