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Capital Markets

Narrated by: Tracy Tupman
Length: 35 mins
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With the globalization process, which resulted in an intense exchange between the countries, the stock market is becoming increasingly important in the international financial scene. Following this trend, developing countries seek to open their economies to receive foreign investments. Thus, the more developed an economy, the more active its capital market. Being a key channel in fundraising that allows the development of enterprises, creating new jobs and contributing to the country's progress, the stock exchange also constitutes an important investment option for individuals and institutions. In addition to information that will allow you to know how and why to invest in the stock market, this content covers basic concepts of operation of stock exchanges and has a glossary of frequently used terms. So, listening to this book will be the first step for those who want to participate in this market.

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Full of non-sequitur gibberish

Going into this book I knew enough about the subject to recognize that the content is a mashup of sentences that frequently have no meaning. Feels like the text was automatically compiled by a computer and then read by someone that knows nothing about the subject and was therefore unable to recognize when the sentences they were reading as no meaning.