Primary Markets and Secondary Markets: Explained

Primary Markets and Secondary Markets: Explained

What is a Primary Market? Primary market is a place, which provides a float to sell securities such Equities or Bonds for the first time to public. In simple words, primary market is a platform to list the shares or bonds through public offer via IPO (Initial Public...
What are Equities or stocks ?

What are Equities or stocks ?

The stock is a paper asset or an asset class called as Equity. The stock is an asset wherein capital is raised by the company or corporation via Initial Public offering (IPO). The methods of subscription of shares for the expansion of the business are IPO or FPO. IPO...

What is Deflation?

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What is Inflation?

Inflation is an environment in an economy where prices of goods and services are increasing subsequently. The purchasing power of the currency is reducing. During the inflationary environment the cost living for the public increases. To keep the inflation on check...

Monetary Policy & Significance

A macroeconomic policy established by central bank is defined as Monetary Policy. To manage the macroeconomic objectives such as inflation, growth, consumption and liquidity government of the country uses interest rates and management of money supply and demand side...