Capital Market

Capital Market is market in which financial instruments are bought and sold. 

The composition of a firm’s long-term financing consisting of equity, Capital Structure preference shares, and long-term debt.

Capital market is a financial market in which longer-term debt (generally with original maturity of greater than one year).

Share it:  Cite

More from this Section

  • Merchant bank
    Merchant bank refers to a bank that specializes and governments finance by any of a variety ...
  • Exclusions
    Exclusions provisions in an insurance contract that list the perils, losses, and property ...
  • Eurobonds
    A Eurobond is underwritten by an international syndicate of banks and other securities ...
  • Point-of-sale (pos) system
    Along with electronic funds transfer, allows merchants to draw money directly form a customer’s ...
  • Prime rate
    Prime rate is an administered interest rate on loans quoted by leading banks and usually ...