The Management of Bond Investments and Trading of DebtBy
- Dimitris Chorafas
Written for managers and professionals in business and industry, and using a minimum of mathematical language, The Management of Bond Investments and the Trading of Debt addresses three key issues:
- Bondholders options, risks and rewards in making investments in debt instruments;
- The dynamics of inflation, and how they affect both trading in the bond market, and investment decisions; and
- The democratization of lending, socialization of risk, and effect of the global economy on the bond market.
Primary audience: managers and professionals in business and industry.
Hardbound, 448 Pages
Published: June 2005
Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann
- Part One: The Dynamics Of Debt, Leverage, And Globalization Ch 1: Democratization Of Lending And Socialization Of RiskCh 2: Trading Debt In A Globalized EconomyPart Two: The Bondholders Options, Risks And RewardsCh 3: Bonds DefinedCh 4: Convertible Bonds, Zero Bonds, Junk Bonds, Strips, And Other BondsCh 5: Choosing BondsCh 6: Bank Loans And Securitization; Part Three: Interest Rates, Yields, And Duration Ch 7: The Dynamics Of Interest RatesCh 8: Inflation Indexing And Impact Of Government DeficitsCh 9: Bond Yields and Benchmark Government BondsCh 10: Maturity And Duration Part Four: Bonds, Bond Markets, Credit Rating And Risk Control: Ch 11: Bonds, Money Markets, Capital Markets, And Financial OrganizationsCh 12: Credit Quality And Independent Rating AgenciesCh 13: Case Studies On Credit QualityCh 14: Market Risk With BondsCh 15: The Control Of Risk Under Basel II