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CPA #2 Notes

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CPA #2 Notes FIN 330

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Here are the notes from CPA #2! It's all compiled from the notes packet, the book, and the CPA assignment itself.
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Date Created: 09/02/16
Finance 330 Exam #1 Preparation Material from CPA #2 Financial Institutions and Markets  Financial Institution: o An intermediary that channels the savings of individuals, businesses, and governments into loans. o Most pay interest to those who have a savings account and others provide a fee for services of other accounts, an example would be a checking account. o The key suppliers are individuals, businesses, and organizations.  Net Suppliers o Save more than they borrow o Individuals as a group  Net demanders o The firms; they are borrowing more than they are saving.  Commercial Banks: o Provide savers a secure place to invest their funds o Offer loans to borrowers. o Examples of Commercial banks include:  Bank of America  Chase  Wells Fargo  Investment Banks: o Assist companies with raising capital o Advise firms on major transactions o Engage in trading and market making activities o Examples of Investment Banks include:  Bank of America  Barclays Capital  Citigroup  Financial markets: o Suppliers of funds and demanders of funds can transact business directly. o Two key markets: Primary and Secondary o Primary Market:  Sells stock or bonds to investors and receive cash in return o Secondary Market:  Pre-owned securities (not new) are traded between investors.  Money market: o A financial relationship between suppliers and demanders of short- term funds.  The funds have a maturity level of one year or less.  Short-term market o Money market mutual funds:  The funds that are not insured and are invested in low-risk, highly-liquid investments (i.e. the U.S. Treasury security) o Money market deposit accounts  Held in commercial banks  FDIC insured  Marketable Securities: o Short-term debt instruments that include:  Treasury bills  Negotiable certificates of deposit issues by government o Most money market transactions are made in marketable securities  Capital Market o A market that enables suppliers and demanders of long-term funds to make transactions.  Typically used for fixed assets making companies use them over several years  NASDAQ market o An all-electric trading platform used to execute securities trade  This would be considered an over-the-counter market (smaller, unlisted securities are traded)  Broker Markets o Include:  The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE Euronext)  The American Stock Exchange (AMEX) o These markets account for 60% of the total dollar volume of all shares traded within the U.S. Stock Market. Key Securities Traded  Common Stock o Those who own common stock essentially own company in which they are investing, which gives them the right to vote within the company. o Common shareholders receive dividends, BUT their dividends are not always as much as those who have invested in Preferred stock.  Preferred Stock o Those who own preferred stock are promised a fixed dividend that is required to be paid before any other dividend is paid  This means, preferred stockholders get paid before anyone else.  Preferred stockholders also give up their rights to vote  Bonds o Long-term debt instruments used to raise large sums of money. o A common example of bonds are corporate bonds  Pay interest semi-annually  Maturity of 10-30 years  Par value of $1,000 that must be repaid at maturity.


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