The bond market is a key securities market and emerging economies present exciting, new investment opportunities. This timely book provides insights into these emerging bond markets through empirical models and analytical databases, i.e. Bloomberg, Eikon Refinitiv and the Russian Cbonds.
The book looks at the dynamics of the development of emerging bond markets, their competitiveness, features and patterns using macro and micro level data. It also takes into consideration various securities type i.e. government, corporate, sub-federal and municipal bonds, to identify respective challenges and risks. The book also analyses factors that may inhibit or stimulate a well-balanced financial market. It includes case studies of Asian, Latin American and Russian bond markets, as also as cross-country comparisons.
It will be a useful reference for anyone who is interested to learn more of the bond market and the modelling techniques for critical data analysis.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part Part 1|73 pages
Trends and determinants of bond market development
part Part 2|98 pages
Pricing in bond markets
part Part 3|36 pages
If the default is tomorrow
part Part 4|31 pages
Forecasting the dynamics of the bond market
part Part 5|36 pages
ETFs and portfolio investment
part Part 6|28 pages
Anomalies in the bond markets
part Part 7|19 pages
Analytical and information databases: algorithms of work