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Debt-Equity Composition of International Investment [electronic resource]

Author/Creator:
International Monetary Fund
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 1988.
Series:
IMF eLibrary
IMF Working Papers
Format/Description:
Government document
Book
1 online resource (54 p.)
Local subjects:
Bond.
Bond covenants.
Bond holders.
Bond market.
Bond markets.
Bond proceeds.
Bond returns.
Bondholders.
Bonds.
Capital asset.
Capital asset pricing.
Capital asset pricing model.
Capital flow.
Capital flows.
Capital gain.
Capital gains.
Capital gains tax.
Capital inflows.
Capital markets.
Capital outflows.
Capital repatriation.
Capital stock.
Capital structure.
Cash flow.
Cash flow benefits.
Cash flows.
Commercial bank lending.
Corporate bonds.
Cost of capital.
Currency of denomination.
Current account deficits.
Debt service.
Debt service payments.
Debt stock.
Deposit insurance.
Discount rates.
Domestic financial markets.
Equity financing.
Equity investment.
Equity investments.
Equity more.
Equity prices.
Equity ratio.
Equity returns.
Equity structure.
Exempt securities.
External capital.
Financial economics.
Financial intermediaries.
Financial intermediation.
Financial market.
Financial markets.
Foreign capital.
Foreign capital inflows.
Foreign securities.
Government bonds.
Inflation rate.
Interest rate policy.
Interest rates on bonds.
International bank lending.
International borrowing.
International capital.
International capital flows.
International capital markets.
International finance.
International finance corporation.
International financial markets.
Junk bonds.
Net capital.
Net capital flows.
New york stock exchange.
Options contracts.
Outstanding shares.
Paid in capital.
Portfolio investment.
Present value.
Private bonds.
Put options.
Reserve requirements.
Risk aversion.
Securities market.
Securities markets.
Stock exchange.
Stock exchanges.
Stock market.
Stock market prices.
Stock of capital.
Stock of debt.
Stock options.
Stock prices.
Stock trading.
Stockholder.
Tax-exempt bonds.
Tradable securities.
United States.
Summary:
Capital flows to the nonindustrial countries share three striking characteristics. First, the bulk, of these flows was in the form of debt, not equity; second, the loans were mostly to, or guaranteed by, debtor governments; and third, these debts were largely bank loans, not bonds. This paper examines the economic factors that may have been responsible.
Notes:
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
International Monetary Fund
Other format:
Print Version:
ISBN:
1451927517:
9781451927511
ISSN:
1018-5941
Publisher Number:
10.5089/9781451927511.001
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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