Un­lock­ing city econ­omy

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The Game: How the City Re­ally Works Alex Buchanan

El­liott & Thompson Limited (5 Mar 2010) £8.69

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256

In present times, when all the worldly af­fairs are re­volv­ing around econ­omy and fi­nance, The Game is a timely ex­pose of what hap­pens be­hind the closed doors of the fi­nan­cial cities. The Game is an ac­ces­si­ble, frank and witty guide to the murky world of fi­nance from an in­sider’s per­spec­tive. Each chap­ter looks at a dif­fer­ent role within banks, in­clud­ing: Stockbroking, Trad­ing, Re­search and Anal­y­sis and Cor­po­rate Fi­nance. Along with ex­pla­na­tions of the roles, there are per­sonal anec­dotes and con­tri­bu­tions from in­dus­try fig­ures. Aimed at any­one work­ing in fi­nance or the law, stu­dents of the sub­ject or sim­ply in­ter­ested readers want­ing to learn how the sys­tem re­ally works. The book is rec­om­mended for those who are cu­ri­ous to know what makes high fi­nance tick.

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