Research Paper On Capital Market In India

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  • The Impact Of Economic Change On The Capital Markets With Reference To Bull And Bears

    This 7 page paper investigates stock market indices such as the Dow Jones and the way history is littered with instances of volatility in the capital markets. The author discusses what impact economic change has on the capital markets with reference to Bull and Bears, and considers whether they continue to provide good investment opportunities. The bibliography cites 8 sources.

  • Capital Structure of Ohio Casualty Corp

    This 6 page paper looks at the capital structure of Ohio Casualty Corp (OCAS), calculates the cost of capital for the company and considers what changes may or may not occur if the capital structure was changed. The paper then looks at what impact a change may have on market share and assesses the level of the cost of capital against the industry and competition. The bibliography cites 3 sources.

  • Hyper-rationality in the Capital Markets

    There have been many studies of the capital markets, and few have found rational exemption to describe the way that they behave in an accurate manner. The writer assesses the concept of hyper-rational behavior when even rationality is unseal and discusses its potential presence in the capital markets. Two sources are cited in this three page paper.

  • Financial Issues; Market Efficiency, Sources of Capital and Dividend

    This 12 page paper looks at three different financial issues that are important for management to understand. The first issue is the assessment and concept of efficiency in capital market, looking at Efficient Market Hypothesis. The second issue considers potential sources of capital and the advantages and the disadvantages associated with each source. The last section considers the role and importance of dividends. The bibliography cites 15 sources.

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