This book is a practical guide to Asia's stock markets for a general audience. It is for people who do not know much about financial markets but, for whatever reason, would like to learn more. They could be seasoned expatriate pilots, academics and other professionals, newcomers in the region as well as students or young people about to start in the finance industry. The idea is to cut through the alphabet soup of industry jargon to provide a clear understanding of how these markets work, how they differ from each other in size and depth, what unique features each stock market has and what drives all the different sectors in these markets - consumers, the internet, banks and technology. The book includes helpful history lessons and personal anecdotes drawn from the author's 30 years in the world of Asian investments.
|Author||Herald van der Linde|
|Publisher||Marshall Cavendish Children|
|Rating||4/5 (25 users)|