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  • Sr. Chapter Chapter HeadingNo.No.1. 3 Understanding the Global context of business (110212)2. 4 Conducting Business Ethically and Responsibly (250212)3. 6 Organizing the Business Enterprise (030312)4. 7 Understanding Entrepreneurship and Small Business (100312)5. 8 Managing Human Resources (240312)6. 9 Understanding Employee Motivating, Satisfying & Leadership (3103, 0704)7. 11 Understanding Marketing Processes and Consumer Behavior (140412)8. 16 Managing Quality and Productivity (280412)9. 17 Managing Information Systems and Communication Technology (0505)10. 19 Understanding Money and Banking (1205)11. 20 Intermediate Term and Lease Financing (1905)Include case study
  • 1. SECURITIES MARKETS2. STOCKS3. BONDS4. OTHER INVESTMENTS5. BUYING AND SELLING SECURITIES6. SECURITIES MARKET REGULATION
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  •  Excellence refrigerator- 45 lacs  (290 share -29.4 lacs) 58 lacs --- SIA Gen – 60 lacs  (290 shares - 29.40 lacs)--- Zufi Pharma – 100 lacs  (490 shares - 49 lacs) 24.5 --- 5
  • SECURITIES MARKETS Securities:  Stocks and bonds representing secured, or asset based, claims by investors against issuers Primary and Secondary Securities Markets  Primary Securities Market  Market in which new stocks and bonds are bought and sold  Secondary Securities Market  Market in which stocks and bonds are traded
  • What is Stock? Ownership Certificate Par Value Dividends
  • STOCKS Common Stocks  Par Value or face value of a share of stock, set by issuing company’s board of directors  Market Value: current price of a share of stock in the stock market  Book Value: Value of a common stock expressed as total shareholders’ equity divided by the number of shares of stock  Blue – chip stock: Common stock issued by a well – established company with a sound financial history and a stable pattern of dividend payouts
  • STOCKS Primary Stocks  This is usually issued with a stated par value, and dividends are typically expressed as a percentage of par value.  If a preferred stock with a $100 par value pays a 6% dividend, then holders will receive an annual dividend of $6 per share
  • STOCKS Stock exchange  Organization of individuals formed to provide an institutional setting in which stock can be traded Broker:  Individual or organization who receives and executes buy-and-sell orders on behalf of other people in return for commissions
  • BONDS Security through which an issuer promises to pay the buyer a certain amount of money by a specified future date
  • OTHER INVESTMENTS Mutual Funds  Company that pools investments from individuals and organizations to purchase a portfolio of stocks, bonds, and short-term securities Commodities  Individuals and businesses can buy and sell commodities as investments.  Examples: gold, coffee beans, platinum etc 13
  • MARKET INDEXES Market indexes:  Summary of price trends in a specific industry and/ or the stock market as a whole Bull Market: The period of rising stock prices Bear Market: The period of falling stock prices Placing Orders  Limit Order: Purchase stock only if its equal to or less than a specific price  Stop Order: Sale of a stock if its price falls to or below a specific level  Round lot: Purchase or sale of stock in unit of 100 shares  Odd lot: Purchase or sale of stock in fractions of round lot 14
  •  Names of companies Profit per stock? Is it paid in pakistan What is the status of kalia in bonds  Why they issue list of bonds  How is the interest paid 15