International monetary economics
International monetary economicsSame as international finance, but with more emphasis on the role of money and less on other financial assets.
International mutual fundInternational mutual fund
A mutual fund that invests strictly in securities markets throughout the world, excluding the United States. A global fund, on the other hand, invests in both foreign and domestic securities.
Federation Internationale des Bourses de ValeursFederation Internationale des Bourses de Valeurs
The International Federation of Stock Exchanges - a Paris-based organisation that encourages co-operative policies designed to stimulate a freer flow of capital across national boundaries.
Another term for fragmentation. Used by Grossman and Helpman (1999).
International Securities Identification NumberInternational Securities Identification Number
International code for a listed security.
Stock Exchange Automated Quotation (SEAQ) InternationalStock Exchange Automated Quotation (SEAQ) International
The London Stock Exchange's electronic price quotation system for non UK securities.
Further SuggestionsInternational Monetary Fund (IMF)
Bank for International Settlements
International Fisher effect
International Stock Exchange of the UK and the Republic of Ireland (ISE)
International Development Association (IDA)
International Banking Facility (IBF)
International financial institution
International factor movement
International Security Market Association (ISMA)
International Organization of Securities Commissioners
International Finance Corporation (IFC)
International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
Minister of International Trade
Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI)
International market index
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD)
London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange
Tokyo International Financial Futures Exchange
International monetary system
International adjustment process