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Trading Economics - A Guide To Economic Statistics For Practitioners And Students (Cód: 9236509)

Williams, Trevor; Turton, Victoria

John Wiley & Sons

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A practical guide to understanding how key economic and market statistics drive financial market trends The recent global financial crisis stressed the need for economists who understand how key economic and market statistics drive financial market trends and how to mitigate the risks for businesses that those trends affect. 'Trading Economics' provides guidance for navigating key market figures in a convenient and practical format. Emphasizing the link between economic data and market movements, this book analyzes surveys, economic growth statistics, inflation, labor markets, international trade, monetary and fiscal indicators, and their relevance in financial markets. It bypasses complex terminology to offer a hands-on, accessible introduction to financial statistics and how to profit from them. Offers clear illustrations and an easy-to-read layout to teach you how to trade profitably in financial markets and minimizes risk for your business Written Trevor Williams and Victoria Turton, authoritative public figures with experience working on the New York Stock Exchange Includes a website featuring a blog and new surveys as they develop accompanies the book Complete with worked examples and updated information, 'Trading Economics' is an essential, comprehensive guide to understanding every aspect of financial market trends and how to navigate them to your advantage. 'Now, more than ever, market participants need to know how to interpret economic statistics and how to weigh their importance. In this book Trevor Williams and Victoria Turton provide an invaluable guide, which I can recommend.' --David Smith, Economics Editor, The Sunday Times 'High frequency trading algorithms have amplified the potential gains associated with the intelligent pre-emption of official data releases. Accurate, real time information on the global economy and its constituent parts has long been a Holy Grail for financial markets. The advent of technology capable of digesting Big Data raises the tantalising possibility that, in future, economic statistics will be derived not from laggard surveys and returns, but from the assimilation of public information on the internet in real time. MIT's 'Billion Prices Project' points the way. For now, the evolving abundance of surveys, diffusion indexes, surprise and news-flow indicators makes for a baffling cacophony. Trading Economics takes a fresh look at the wealth of available economic information, sifts what is most important and explains why. For anyone keen to gauge the market-moving potential of economic data, this book is a valuable resource.' --Peter Warburton, Director, Economic Perspectives Ltd In the wake of an unprecedented financial crisis, of a magnitude not seen for almost 100 years, understanding how key economic and market statistics drive financial market trends is vital for students, traders and market practitioners. Global economics has encountered a seismic shift. In the UK, 16 years of uninterrupted growth ended in double-dip recession. The US encountered its biggest ever recession. Emergent economies are jostling to join the top rank and we are witnessing the rise of alternative financial centres and a new global financial market landscape. These trends are leading to rapid and unprecedented change. New technology is making markets more accessible and transparent and investment decisions are instantly reflected in market pricing, creating scope for greater market volatility. Many of these decisions are made on a data driven, statistics based materiality. Unfolding news, as reflected in economic and market data, is leading to a greater need to understand these figures, and what different interpretations can mean for investable assets. 'Trading Economics: A Guide to the Use of Economic Statistics for Traders and Practitioners' cuts through the economic and market noise, delivering a clear view of how statistics interact to create and demonstrate economic trends and movements. Of equal value to market traders and practitioners, financiers, government officials, financial journalists, economics and business students as to the interested observer, the book is presented in an easy to reference layout, using language that eschews jargon. It provides a unique insight into the statistics that have an impact on global financial markets and offers a hands on guide for those who want to understand how financial statistics work, and how to profit from them in the widest sense.


Peso 0.52 Kg
Produto sob encomenda Sim
Marca John Wiley & Sons
I.S.B.N. 9781118766415
Referência 024837919
Altura 22.86 cm
Largura 14.99 cm
Profundidade 2.03 cm
Número de Páginas 282
Idioma Inglês
Acabamento Capa dura
Cód. Barras 9781118766415
Ano da edição 2014
AutorWilliams, Trevor; Turton, Victoria