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Chapter 11 Outline

Deutsche Telekom Taps the Global Capital Market

Introduction

Benefits of the Global Capital Market

The Functions of a Generic Capital Market

Attractions of the Global Capital Market

Growth of the Global Capital Market

Information Technology

Deregulation

Global Capital Market Risks

The Eurocurrency Market

Genesis and Growth of the Market

Attractions of the Eurocurrency Market

Drawbacks of the Eurocurrency Market

The Global Bond Market

Attractions of the Eurobond Market

The Global Equity Market

Foreign Exchange Risk and the Cost of Capital

Implications for Business

Chapter Summary

Critical Discussion Questions

The Search for Capitalin the Czech Republic

Notes

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