2 edition of Financial structure and industry classification in the United Kingdom, 1967-1986 found in the catalog.
Financial structure and industry classification in the United Kingdom, 1967-1986
by University of Stirling, Dept. of Accountancy and Finance in Stirling
Written in English
|Statement||Oscar Varela and Robin J. Limmack.|
|Series||Discussion paper series / University of Stirling, Department of Accountancy and Finance -- no.93/06|
|Contributions||Limmack, Robin John.|
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Allen B. Frankel and John D. Montgomery Figure 1. Bond Ratings of Major U.S. Banks, Credit rating valuea 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 The United Kingdom’s financial system is large and has grown rapidly in recent decades. Understanding its structure is an important starting point for a wide range of policy questions. One way into this is through the balance sheets of financial firms.
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