3. Key Sources of Financial Information. C h a p t e r. Money and Capital Markets. Financial Institutions and Instruments in a Global Marketplace. Eighth Edition. Peter S. Rose. McGraw Hill / Irwin. Slides by Yee-Tien (Ted) Fu. Learning Objectives .
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Debt Security Prices and Yields
Sources: real-time computer networks (e.g. Reuters, Bloomberg), televised reports (e.g. CNN, CNBC), financial press (e.g. The Wall Street Journal)
Sources: Moody’s Investor Service, The Daily Bond Buyer, U.S. Treasury, Dow Jones
Stock Prices and Dividend Yields
Sources: computer networks (e.g. Internet), financial press, television, radio, financial institutions (e.g. S&P, Morningstar)
Sources: regulatory agencies (e.g. SEC), trade associations, commercial institutions (e.g. Moody’s, S&P, Dun & Bradstreet), directories & databases, journals & magazines, credit bureaus
General Economic and Financial Conditions
Sources: central banks (e.g. the Federal Reserve), statistical bureaus (e.g. Bureau of Economic Analysis), financial press