Category Archives: Culture

La rubrique « Culture » contient des billets sur la culture financière et économique.

Eurobonds

Eurobonds This article written by Akshit GUPTA (ESSEC Business School, Grande Ecole – Master in Management, 2019-2022) explains Eurobonds traded in financial markets. Introduction In financial markets, bonds are debt securities used by issuers to raise capital from investors. In … Continue reading

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ESSEC Transaction

ESSEC Transaction In this article, Louis DETALLE (ESSEC Business School, Grande Ecole – Master in Management, 2020-2023) presents ESSEC Transaction, the first Student Finance Association in France. What is ESSEC Transaction? ESSEC Transaction is the leading student finance association in … Continue reading

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Straddle and strangle strategy

Straddle and Strangle This article written by Akshit GUPTA (ESSEC Business School, Grande Ecole – Master in Management, 2019-2022) presents the strategies of straddle and strangle based on options. Introduction In financial markets, hedging is implemented by investors to minimize … Continue reading

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Option Spreads

Option Spreads This article written by Akshit GUPTA (ESSEC Business School, Grande Ecole – Master in Management, 2019-2022) presents the different option spreads used to hedge a position in financial markets. Introduction In financial markets, hedging is implemented by investors … Continue reading

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Equity structured products

Equity structured products This article written by Akshit GUPTA (ESSEC Business School, Grande Ecole – Master in Management, 2019-2022) introduces equity structured products, which are complex financial products proposed to investors to benefit from market expectations. Introduction Structured products are … Continue reading

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How has the 21st century revolutionized financing methods?

How has the 21st century revolutionized financing methods? In this article, Raphaël ROERO DE CORTANZE (ESSEC Business School, Master in Management, 2018-2022) explains how the 21st century revolutionized financing methods. In The Crisis in Keynesian Economics (1974), the British economist … Continue reading

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Eurozone Crisis 2011

Eurozone Crisis 2011 This article written by Akshit Gupta (ESSEC Business School, Master in Management, 2019-2022) presents the real life case of the Eurozone Crisis 2011. Introduction The Eurozone Crisis, also called the European sovereign debt crisis, took place between … Continue reading

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David Ricardo

David Ricardo (1772-1823) This article written by Akshit Gupta (ESSEC Business School, Master in Management, 2022) presents the portrait of David Ricardo, who is a well-known economist. Introduction David Ricardo, born in England in 1772, is one of the most … Continue reading

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Film analysis: Too Big To Fail

Film analysis: Too Big To Fail Foreward A pervasive moral stigma follows the financial sector, which has a dogged reputation for unethical and illegal behaviour. However, the ethical lapses often associated with finance are not always intentional. Instead, a contributing … Continue reading

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Film analysis: The Wolf of Wall Street

Film analysis: The Wolf of Wall Street Foreward A pervasive moral stigma follows the financial sector, which has a dogged reputation for unethical and illegal behaviour. However, the ethical lapses often associated with finance are not always intentional. Instead, a … Continue reading

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