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BLACKROCK INVESTMENT INSTITUTE | November 2022

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Asset return expectations and uncertainty

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The chart below shows our annualised central return expectations (dots) across asset classes. There are two sets of bars. The darker bands show our estimates of uncertainty in our central return estimates. The lighter bands are based on the 25th and 75th percentile of simulation-generated potential return pathways – the interquartile range. Buttons at the top of the chart can be used to switch the horizon for the return expectations. For more details see the methodology tab above.

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Latest update to our CMAs

The past quarter has reinforced our view that a new regime – shaped by supply constraints – is taking shape. Central banks are in the process of overtightening policy and will ultimately pause next year – and live with some inflation, in our view. Our macro outlook of a mild recession with higher inflation than pre-pandemic norms – and what markets are currently pricing - informs our overall CMAs and resulting strategic investment views (more below). Rising real rates since our last update boost returns for inflation-linked bonds. Market pricing of breakeven inflation also remains below our five-year forward estimates. Further spread widening in investment grade credit also boosts its prospects, in our view, resulting in a one-notch upgrade to our overweight (see chart). Our assumptions for corporate defaults and downgrades are conservative based on long-run default estimates over past cycles, suggesting our expectations for a mild recession ahead doesn’t impact our preference for investment grade credit. Surging yields also lift our returns for nominal government bonds, yet term premium – the compensation investors demand for holding long-term government bonds – is yet to be established and we keep our max underweight position. In equities, lower starting valuations after the year-to-date selloff are a boost to expected returns yet we see more pain to come on earnings expectations in the near-term as recession gets fully priced. Over the long-term, we see the central bank pause on tightening cycles as potentially benefitting equities. We think measures of private market valuations – such as spreads in private credit or private equity multiples - have not yet fully reflected the selloff in public markets.

BlackRock strategic views

The new regime needs a new investment playbook. Importantly, long-term asset allocations need to be more dynamic to adapt and adjust to several transitions – changing correlations, geopolitical fragmentation, the journey to net zero and demographics – that will drive asset returns over the coming decade, and beyond. We have been positioning our strategic views for the new regime for the past few quarters - most directly via our maximum overweight to inflation-linked bonds, a maximum underweight to nominal developed market government bonds, a modest overweight to DM equities and a sizeable holding in private markets. We argued last quarter that the traditional portfolio construction playbook of the 60-40 equity-bond split is no longer apt in the new regime. The continued selloff in equities and bonds has only underscored this view. We think bonds are no longer providing the same level of ballast from equity drawdowns as before. That means the asset allocation mix will have much greater impact on performance than before, in our view. We prefer high quality duration exposure via investment grade credit and raise our allocation to a +2 at the expense of high yield that is likely to underperform in a recessionary backdrop. We think the core role private markets play in strategic allocations will be amplified in the new regime –from a return perspective, for potential diversification and because the asset class offers investors opportunities to get in earlier on long-term, structural trends – such as infrastructure – that we believe will shape the coming decade. Private markets are a complex asset class and not suitable for all investors.

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Expected returns by horizon

We provide a term structure of returns over different time horizons — from five years out to the long term. We incorporate uncertainty into our return projections. The range of uncertainty differs by asset class. See our paper Understanding uncertainty for more. Use the chart below to compare different assets.

The chart(s) below show our annualised mean return expectations (central line) across different time horizons. The darker areas show our estimates of uncertainty in our mean return estimates. The lighter areas are based on the 25th and 75th percentile of simulation-generated potential return pathways – the interquartile range. For more details see the methodology tab above.

Asset class return and volatility expectations

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'circle',radius: 15}},{//Dummy series for the legendname: prevDate,type: 'spline',lineWidth: 0,showInLegend: true,color: 'rgb(50,50,50)' ,data: {},marker: {symbol: 'circle',radius: 4,lineWidth: 2,lineColor: 'rgb(50,50,50)',fillColor: '#FFFFFF'}},{//Dummy series for the legendname: "Central return uncertainty",type: 'spline',lineWidth: 0,showInLegend: true,color: 'rgb(65,65,65)' ,data: {},marker: {symbol: 'square',radius: 15}},{//Dummy series for the legendname: "Interquartile range",type: 'spline',lineWidth: 0,showInLegend: true,color: 'rgb(160,160,160)' ,data: {},marker: {symbol: 'square',radius: 15}},]});chartAssetComp.series[3].setData(comparisonDataM2Last, false);chartAssetComp.series[4].setData(comparisonDataM2, true);// Event handlers ================================================== Event handlersfunction updateTable() {rtnTable.clear().draw();rtnTable.rows.add(assetTableSelection[assetChoice]); // Add new data// rtnTable.rows.add(assetTableAll); // forprintrtnTable.columns.adjust().draw(); // Redraw the table}function updateComparisonCharts() {chartAssetComp.series[0].setData(comparisonDataU2,false);chartAssetComp.series[1].setData(comparisonDataU2Mean,false);chartAssetComp.series[2].setData(monthChange,false);chartAssetComp.series[3].setData(comparisonDataM2Last,false);chartAssetComp.series[4].setData(comparisonDataM2, true);chartAssetComp.xAxis[0].update({categories: comparisonDataName2});for (var i = chartAssetScatter.series[0].data.length - 1; i >= 0; i--) {chartAssetScatter.series[0].data[i].update({y: bondScatter[i].y, name: bondScatter[i].name , asset: bondScatter[i].asset }, false);}for (var i = chartAssetScatter.series[1].data.length - 1; i >= 0; i--) {chartAssetScatter.series[1].data[i].update({y: equityScatter[i].y, name: equityScatter[i].name , asset: equityScatter[i].asset }, false);}for (var i = chartAssetScatter.series[2].data.length - 1; i >= 0; i--) {chartAssetScatter.series[2].data[i].update({y: altScatter[i].y, name: altScatter[i].name , asset: altScatter[i].asset }, false);}chartAssetScatter.redraw();}function updateComparisonChartsFX() {chartAssetComp.series[0].setData(comparisonDataU2,false);chartAssetComp.series[1].setData(comparisonDataU2Mean,false);chartAssetComp.series[2].setData(monthChange,false);chartAssetComp.series[3].setData(comparisonDataM2Last,false);chartAssetComp.series[4].setData(comparisonDataM2, true);chartAssetComp.xAxis[0].update({categories: comparisonDataName2});while(chartAssetScatter.series.length > 0)chartAssetScatter.series[0].remove(true);chartAssetScatter.addSeries({data: bondScatter,color: fiColor,name: 'Fixed income',dataLabels: {padding: -3,y: -10,//x: 6,align: 'right' // ALLOW MORE LABELS BY SWITCHING THESE UP},marker: {symbol: 'circle'}});chartAssetScatter.addSeries({data: equityScatter,color: eqColor,name: 'Equities',dataLabels: {padding: -3,y: -10,//crop: false,//padding: 3,align: 'left' // ALLOW MORE LABELS BY SWITCHING THESE UP},marker: {symbol: 'circle'}});chartAssetScatter.addSeries({data: altScatter,color: 'rgb(220,88,9)',name: 'Private markets',dataLabels: {padding: -3,y: 10,x: -6,align: 'right' // ALLOW MORE LABELS BY SWITCHING THESE UP},marker: {symbol: 'circle'}});}//update fanchart asset Afunction fanUpdateA(assetA) {var fchart = $('#assetFan').highcharts();var selectedAsset = [];$.each(sortedDataU, function(i) {if (this.asset == assetA ) {selectedAsset.push(this);}});var uncertaintyFan = [ [5 ,selectedAsset[0].upper5, selectedAsset[0].lower5 ] ,[7 ,selectedAsset[0].upper7, selectedAsset[0].lower7 ] , [10 ,selectedAsset[0].upper10, selectedAsset[0].lower10 ], [15 ,selectedAsset[0].upper15, selectedAsset[0].lower15 ] , [20 ,selectedAsset[0].upper20, selectedAsset[0].lower20 ] , [25 ,selectedAsset[0].upper25, selectedAsset[0].lower25 ] ,[30 ,selectedAsset[0].upper30, selectedAsset[0].lower30 ] ];var uncertaintyFanMean = [ [5 ,selectedAsset[0].upper5Mean, selectedAsset[0].lower5Mean ] ,[7 ,selectedAsset[0].upper7Mean, selectedAsset[0].lower7Mean ] , [10 ,selectedAsset[0].upper10Mean, selectedAsset[0].lower10Mean ], [15 ,selectedAsset[0].upper15Mean, selectedAsset[0].lower15Mean ] , [20 ,selectedAsset[0].upper20Mean, selectedAsset[0].lower20Mean ] , [25 ,selectedAsset[0].upper25Mean, selectedAsset[0].lower25Mean ] ,[30 ,selectedAsset[0].upper30Mean, selectedAsset[0].lower30Mean ] ];var medianFan = [ [5, selectedAsset[0].return5], [7, selectedAsset[0].return7] ,[10, selectedAsset[0].return10],[15, selectedAsset[0].return15],[20, selectedAsset[0].return20] ,[25, selectedAsset[0].return25] ,[30, selectedAsset[0].return30] ];fchart.series[0].update({ label: { enabled: true}, name: assetA}, true, false);fchart.series[0].setData(medianFan, false);fchart.series[1].setData(uncertaintyFanMean, false);fchart.series[2].setData(uncertaintyFan, true);}//update fanchart asset Bfunction fanUpdateB(assetB) {var fchart = $('#assetFan2').highcharts();var selectedAsset = [];$.each(sortedDataU, function(i) {if (this.asset == assetB ) {selectedAsset.push(this);}});var uncertaintyFan = [ [5 ,selectedAsset[0].upper5, selectedAsset[0].lower5 ] ,[7 ,selectedAsset[0].upper7, selectedAsset[0].lower7 ] , [10 ,selectedAsset[0].upper10, selectedAsset[0].lower10 ], [15 ,selectedAsset[0].upper15, selectedAsset[0].lower15 ] , [20 ,selectedAsset[0].upper20, selectedAsset[0].lower20 ] , [25 ,selectedAsset[0].upper25, selectedAsset[0].lower25 ] ,[30 ,selectedAsset[0].upper30, selectedAsset[0].lower30 ] ];var uncertaintyFanMean = [ [5 ,selectedAsset[0].upper5Mean, selectedAsset[0].lower5Mean ] ,[7 ,selectedAsset[0].upper7Mean, selectedAsset[0].lower7Mean ] , [10 ,selectedAsset[0].upper10Mean, selectedAsset[0].lower10Mean ], [15 ,selectedAsset[0].upper15Mean, selectedAsset[0].lower15Mean ] , [20 ,selectedAsset[0].upper20Mean, selectedAsset[0].lower20Mean ] , [25 ,selectedAsset[0].upper25Mean, selectedAsset[0].lower25Mean ] ,[30 ,selectedAsset[0].upper30Mean, selectedAsset[0].lower30Mean ] ];var medianFan = [ [5, selectedAsset[0].return5], [7, selectedAsset[0].return7] ,[10, selectedAsset[0].return10],[15, selectedAsset[0].return15],[20, selectedAsset[0].return20] ,[25, selectedAsset[0].return25] ,[30, selectedAsset[0].return30] ];fchart.series[0].update({ label: { enabled: true}, name: assetB}, true, false);fchart.series[0].setData(medianFan, false);fchart.series[1].setData(uncertaintyFanMean, false);fchart.series[2].setData(uncertaintyFan, true);}//Column chart$("#columnInfoPara").hide();$("#fanInfoPara").hide();$('#columnInfo').click(function() {if ($("#columnInfoPara").is(":hidden")) {$("#columnInfoPara").show();} else {$("#columnInfoPara").hide();}});$('#columnInfoClose').click(function() {$("#columnInfoPara").hide();});//fan chart$('#fanInfo').click(function() {if ($("#fanInfoPara").is(":hidden")) {$("#fanInfoPara").show();} else {$("#fanInfoPara").hide();}});$('#fanInfoClose').click(function() {$("#fanInfoPara").hide();});//Asset selection dropdown ASSET A$('#assetSelect').on('change', function (e) {var $option = $(this).find('option:selected');assetA = $option.text();fanUpdateA(assetA);var fChart = $('#assetFan').highcharts();var fChart2 = $('#assetFan2').highcharts();fChart.yAxis[0].setExtremes(null,null);fChart2.yAxis[0].setExtremes(null,null);updateFanRanges();});//Asset selection dropdown ASSET B$('#assetSelectB').on('change', function (e) {var $option = $(this).find('option:selected');assetB = $option.text();fanUpdateB(assetB);var fChart = $('#assetFan').highcharts();var fChart2 = $('#assetFan2').highcharts();fChart.yAxis[0].setExtremes(null,null);fChart2.yAxis[0].setExtremes(null,null);updateFanRanges();});// Term buttons$('.termButton').click(function() {$('.termButton').removeClass('hidden-print');$('.termButton').addClass('hidden-print');$('.termButton').removeClass('active');var chosenTerm = $(this).text();$('.term' + chosenTerm).addClass('active');$('.term' + chosenTerm).removeClass('hidden-print');timeChoice = $(this).text();updateData();updateComparisonCharts();});//Tilt buttons//Map portfolio currency selection from base currency selectionvar portfolioSelection = {USD: { code: "USD", label : "US", note : "U.S. dollar"},EUR: { code: "EUR", label : "Euro", note: "euro"},GBP: { code: "GBP", label : "Sterling", note: "sterling" },JPY: { code: "USD", label : "US", note : "U.S. dollar"},CHF: { code: "EUR", label : "Euro", note: "euro"},CAD: { code: "USD", label : "US", note : "U.S. dollar"},AUD: { code: "USD", label : "US", note : "U.S. dollar"},NZD: { code: "USD", label : "US", note : "U.S. dollar"},CNY: { code: "USD", label : "US", note : "U.S. dollar"},ZAR: { code: "USD", label : "US", note : "U.S. dollar"},MXN: { code: "USD", label : "US", note : "U.S. dollar"}};$('.tiltButton').click(function () {$('.tiltButton').removeClass('active');$(this).addClass('active');tiltChoice = $(this).attr('id');if (tiltChoice == 'peer') {tiltName = 'representative portfolios';} else {tiltName = 'our equilibrium view';}portChoice = portfolioSelection[currChoice].code;pieSub = portfolioSelection[currChoice].label;portDataDiffSelected = portDataDiff[portChoice];updateTilts(portDataDiffSelected);runTopPortfolioChart(pieSub, tiltName);});//Asset buttons$('.assetButton').click(function() {$('.assetButton').removeClass('active');$(this).addClass('active');assetChoice = this.id;updateData();updateTable();});//Currency buttons$('.cbtn').click(function() {$('.cbtn').removeClass('active');$(this).addClass('active');//Base currency selectioncurrChoice = this.id;portChoice = portfolioSelection[currChoice].code;updateData();updateComparisonChartsFX();updateTable();populateSelectBox(currChoice);fanUpdateA(sortedDataU[asset_A_val].asset);fanUpdateB(sortedDataU[asset_B_val].asset);fChart = $('#assetFan').highcharts();fChart2 = $('#assetFan2').highcharts();fChart.yAxis[0].setExtremes(null,null);fChart2.yAxis[0].setExtremes(null,null);updateFanRanges();//Update portfolios and tiltspieSub = portfolioSelection[currChoice].label;portDataDiffSelected = portDataDiff[portChoice];updateTilts(portDataDiffSelected);runTopPortfolioChart(pieSub, tiltName);//update notesrtnNoteC = currencyData[0][currChoice] + rtnNote;rtnNoteScatter = currencyData[0][currChoice] + rtnScatter;rtnNoteTable = currencyData[0][currChoice] + rtnAssetTable;$("#assetFanNote").html("Source: BlackRock Investment Institute, " + updateDate +". Data as of " + dataDate + ".
Notes: Return assumptions are total nominal returns. " + rtnNoteC);$("#assetComparisonNote").html("Source: BlackRock Investment Institute, " + updateDate +". Data as of " + dataDate + ".
Notes: Return assumptions are total nominal returns. " + rtnNoteC);$("#scatterChartNote").html("Source: BlackRock Investment Institute, " + updateDate +". Data as of " + dataDate + ".
Notes: Return assumptions are total nominal returns." + rtnNoteScatter);$("#rtnExptTableNote").html("Source: BlackRock Investment Institute, " + updateDate +". Data as of " + dataDate + ".
Notes: Return assumptions are total nominal returns." + rtnNoteTable);$("#pieCurr").html(portfolioSelection[currChoice].note);$('.cmaLink').attr("href", currencyData[2][currChoice]);$('.cmaLink').text(currencyData[2][currChoice].substring(12));});//checkbox for main asset comparison pagevar checkChart = $('#assetComparison').highcharts();$('input[name=checkboxTop]').change(function(){if ( $('input[name=checkboxTop]').prop('checked') == false ) {checkChart.series[1].hide();checkChart.series[7].update({ showInLegend: false });} else {checkChart.series[1].show();checkChart.series[7].update({ showInLegend: true });}});// checkbox for fans$('input[name=checkbox]').change(function(){var fChart = $('#assetFan').highcharts();var fChart2 = $('#assetFan2').highcharts();if ( $('input[name=checkbox]').prop('checked') == false ) {fChart.series[1].hide();fChart.series[2].update({ showInLegend: false}, true, false);fChart2.series[1].hide();fChart2.series[2].update({ showInLegend: false}, true, false);} else {fChart.series[1].show();fChart.series[2].update({ showInLegend: true}, true, false);fChart2.series[1].show();fChart2.series[2].update({ showInLegend: true}, true, false);}fChart.yAxis[0].setExtremes(null,null);fChart2.yAxis[0].setExtremes(null,null);updateFanRanges();});}); //D3 Meta load}); //D3 data load CMA tilt}); //D3 data load CMA});//]]>

(Video) Session 1: Attracting institutional investors and mobilising capital markets

FAQs

What are the assumptions of capital market theory? ›

Assumptions of Capital Market Theory, Markowitz-Style

All investors are risk-averse by nature. Investors have the same time period to evaluate information. There is unlimited capital to borrow at the risk-free rate of return. Investments can be divided into unlimited pieces and sizes.

What are the institution of capital markets? ›

Capital markets are where savings and investments are channeled between suppliers and those in need. Suppliers are people or institutions with capital to lend or invest and typically include banks and investors. Those who seek capital in this market are businesses, governments, and individuals.

What are the 4 types of capital market? ›

Capital market consists of two types i.e. Primary and Secondary.
  • Primary Market. Primary market is the market for new shares or securities. ...
  • Secondary Market. Secondary market deals with the exchange of prevailing or previously-issued securities among investors.

What are five characteristics of capital market? ›

Capital market is an organised market where businesses and individuals are able to buy and sell debt and equity securities. Features of the capital market are as follows: Capital market is a market where mid and long term securities are traded. It offers higher returns on investment.

What are the three basic assumptions in capital budgeting? ›

Capital budgeting is the process by which investors determine the value of a potential investment project. The three most common approaches to project selection are payback period (PB), internal rate of return (IRR), and net present value (NPV).

What are the 3 components of capital market? ›

The primary function of the capital market is to bring together investors who buy securities with those who sell them. The three main participants of the capital markets are savers (also known as investors), borrowers, and stockholders.

How can capital market help an institution? ›

Further, capital markets can protect economies from volatile fluctuations in capital flows and reduce the dependency on foreign debt. Capital markets also promote strong transparency and governance and they provide diversified sources of investment to savers and firms.

What is a capital institution? ›

Institutional capital: it is the capacity of the formal institutions of a territory to concentrate on the solution of the problems, their capacity for action, the speed of the decision process, the degree of information of the organizations and their flexibility and, finally, the type of existing relationship between ...

What are the examples of market institutions? ›

Institutional markets are entities such as cafeterias in state and local government buildings, schools, universities, prisons, hospitals, or similar organizations. These institutions are becoming more interested in buying local food, which provides a new marketing opportunity for a medium to large-scale farm.

What are the 7 types of capital? ›

The seven community capitals are natural, cultural, human, social, political, financial, and built. Natural Capital includes all natural aspects of community. Assets of clean water, clean air, wildlife, parks, lakes, good soil, landscape – all are examples of natural capital.

What is the 5 capitals model? ›

It describes fives species of capital stocks: natural capital, human capital, social capital, manufactured capital and financial capital. The five capitals model is a better real-world representation of the stocks of capital inputs necessary for production.

What are the 6 types of capital? ›

It defines the six capitals which are: financial capital; manufacturing capital; human capital; social and relationship capital; intellectual capital and, natural capital.

What are the five most important functions of capital market? ›

Functions of Capital Market:

Facilitates the movement of capital to be used more profitability and productively to boost the national income. Boosts economic growth. Mobilization of savings to finance long term investment. Facilitates trading of securities.

What are the 4 key features of a market system? ›

Private entrepreneurs are free to get and use resources. Entrepreneurs are free to produce goods and services and sell them at a price they choose. Sellers are free to sell in markets of their choice. Consumers are free to buy any goods and services they choose.

What are the objectives of capital market? ›

A capital market is intended to be for the issuance and trading of long-term securities. Examples of highly organized capital markets are the New York Stock Exchange, American Stock Exchange, London Stock Exchange, and NASDAQ. Securities can also be traded “over the counter,” rather than on an organized exchange.

What are the 4 main capital budgeting techniques? ›

Payback Period, Net Present Value Method, Internal Rate of Return, and Profitability Index are the methods to carry out capital budgeting.

What are budget assumptions examples? ›

A master budget is based on various estimates and assumptions. For example, the sales budget requires three estimates/assumptions: What are the budgeted unit sales? What is the budgeted selling price per unit? What percentage of accounts receivable will be collected in the current and subsequent periods?

What are the 3 stages of capital formation? ›

The three stages of capital formation are:

(i) Creation of Savings, (ii) Effective Mobilization of Savings, and (iii) Investment of Savings.

What are the 4 theories of capital structure? ›

Answer: There are four important capital structure theories: net income theory, net operating income theory, traditional theory, and Modigliani-Miller theory.

What are the 3 common types of capital market securities? ›

The most common capital market securities include stocks, bonds, and real estate investment trusts (REITs).

What is the role of capital market in industrial growth? ›

It provides financial resources to industry and funds the medium and long-term borrowings of the federal, state, and municipal governments. The capital market trades in common stocks, shares, and debentures of firms, plus government bonds and securities [2]. It is a market for long-term investments.

What are three reasons capital markets are important? ›

Why are Capital Markets Important? Capital markets are important because they finance the economy, allocate risk, and support economic growth and financial stability. In the U.S., capital markets fund 72% of all economic activity, in terms of equity and debt financing of non-financial corporations.

What is the role of capital market in the government? ›

Capital markets bring borrowers and lenders together in efficient ways and help channel resources to create a healthy national and global economy.

What are the four 4 types of financing institutions? ›

The most common types of financial institutions are commercial banks, investment banks, insurance companies, and brokerage firms.

What are the 3 types of financial institutions? ›

The 9 types of financial institutions are:
  • Central Banks.
  • Retail and Commercial Banks.
  • Internet Banks.
  • Credit Unions.
  • Savings and Loan Associations.
  • Investment Banks and Companies.
  • Brokerage Firms.
  • Insurance Companies.
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What type of institution is capital One? ›

Capital One Financial Corporation is an American bank holding company specializing in credit cards, auto loans, banking, and savings accounts, headquartered in McLean, Virginia with operations primarily in the United States.

What do you mean by institutional market? ›

a market consisting of schools, universities, hospitals, charities, clubs and similar organisations which buy goods and services for use in the production of their own goods and services.

What are the major characteristics of institutional markets? ›

Institutional and government markets constitute a not-for-profit market with the main objective of general welfare of people. Such markets are characterized by low budgets and captive patrons. Companies serving institutional markets establish and maintain separate departments to meet the specific requirements.

What are the 5 key institutions? ›

Most societies have the five (5) leading social institutions:
  • Family.
  • Economy.
  • Religion.
  • Education.
  • Government or State.
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What are the 8 forms of capital? ›

The eight capitals: intellectual, financial, natural, cultural, built, political, individual and social.

What are the 2 types of capital in economics? ›

In business and economics, the two most common types of capital are financial and human.

What are the two main sources of capital? ›

The two main sources of capital are debt and equity. Also see: Capital Goods.

What are the 3 types of capital identified by Bourdieu? ›

Bourdieu, however, distinguishes between three forms of capital that can determine peoples' social position: economic, social and cultural capital.

What is 5 capital model and how can it be used for procuring value? ›

The five capitals model then considers the following capitals – natural, human, social, manufactured and financial. The aim is then to ensure that all these capitals are well managed such that they improve over time.

What is capital market and its types? ›

Capital Market is a planned market where both business organisations (corporations and pension funds) and individuals exchange and sell equity securities and debt. A capital market is expected to be for the distribution and exchanging of long-term securities.

What is the main instrument in capital market? ›

The main instruments traded in the capital market are – equity shares, debentures, bonds, preference shares etc. The main instruments traded in the money market are short term debt instruments such as T-bills, trade bills reports, commercial paper and certificates of deposit.

What are the methods of capital market? ›

Fundamental analysis and technical analysis are the two methods of analyzing the capital markets. These forms of analysis can be used together or independently.

What are the major instruments of capital market? ›

Derivatives:

Derivative instruments are capital market financial instruments whose values are determined from the underlying assets, such as currency, bonds, stocks, and stock indexes.

What are the 7 features of a market economy? ›

Characteristics of a Market Economy (free enterprise)
  • Private Property.
  • Economic Freedom.
  • Consumer Sovereignty.
  • Competition.
  • Profit.
  • Voluntary Exchange.
  • Limited Government Involvement.

What are the 6 common characteristics of a market economy? ›

A market economy functions under the laws of supply and demand. It is characterized by private ownership, freedom of choice, self-interest, buying and selling platforms, competition, and limited government intervention.

What is the scope of capital market? ›

A career in the capital market involves helping companies raise funding by selling stocks to investors. This can include responsibilities like facilitating communication and transactions between companies and investors and organizing deals that benefit both the company and the investor in each case.

What are the theories of capital market? ›

The capital market theories and pricing models included in the study are Portfolio Theory, the Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH), the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM), the Arbitrage Pricing Theory (APT), Options Theory and the BlackScholes (8-S) Option Pricing Model.

What are the assumptions of the Modigliani Miller model? ›

The assumption implies that companies operating in the world of perfectly efficient markets do not pay any taxes, the trading of securities is executed without any transaction costs, bankruptcy is possible, but there are no bankruptcy costs, and information is perfectly symmetrical.

What is capital marketing theory? ›

Capital market theory extends Markowitz model to a situation when a risk free asset is introduced in the capital market. It also assumes that investors are rational and mean variance optimizers as assumed by Markowitz Portfolio Theory.

What are the assumptions in the Miller and Modigliani approach? ›

The Key Assumptions of M&M Theorem

The investors in a perfect market are allowed to borrow at the same cost at which they lend, and they invest rationally. It is also implied that there are no transaction costs that have to be made in the process.

What are the four assumptions underlying the theories of capital structure? ›

The capital structure theories use the following assumptions for simplicity: 1) The firm uses only two sources of funds: debt and equity. 2) The effects of taxes are ignored. 3) There is no change in investment decisions or in the firm's total assets. 4) No income is retained.

Which is the assumption of Modigliani and Miller approach to cost of capital? ›

The Modigliani-Miller theorem states that a company's capital structure is not a factor in its value. Market value is determined by the present value of future earnings, the theorem states. The theorem has been highly influential since it was introduced in the 1950s.

Which is not an assumption in the Miller and Modigliani approach? ›

Capital markets are imperfect

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What are the main propositions of the MM capital structure theory? ›

Miller and Modigliani theory mentions two propositions. Proposition I states that the market value of any firm is independent of the amount of debt or equity in capital structure. Proposition II states that the cost of equity is directly related and incremental to the percentage of debt in capital structure.

What are the objectives of capital markets? ›

Objectives of capital market: Raising capital as-equity, debt , securities instruments. Servicing and underwriting the above capital raise. Provide/selling insurance go investors for risks associated with capital raise. Trading of securities and providing access to secondary market for liquidity.

What is the importance of capital market? ›

Capital markets are important because they finance the economy, allocate risk, and support economic growth and financial stability. In the U.S., capital markets fund 72% of all economic activity, in terms of equity and debt financing of non-financial corporations.

What are the assumptions and arguments used by Modigliani and Miller in support of the irrelevance of dividends? ›

Miller and Modigliani suggested that in a perfect share market, the dividend policy is irrelevant. They proposed that the dividend policy of a company has no effect on the stock price of a company or the company's valuations.

What are the Assumption and limitations of MM hypothesis? ›

MM model states that a company is able to issue additional equity shares. This model is not valid when there is under-pricing or sale of shares at a price which is lower than the current market price. This means that the firm will have to sell more shares if it does not want to give a dividend.

What are the assumptions of the MM approach to dividend policy? ›

According to the MM model, the firm for which the dividend policy is considered should have a fixed investments policy. Therefore, a firm should not change its investment policies every now and then when the investment-decisions need to be altered.

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