Definition of financial market Outlining the concept of efficient market Introducing the efficiencies of markets Highlighting forms of informational efficiency of financial markets Identify forms of financial market efficiency tests Types of analysis of financial market efficiency An efficient market is one in which arbitrage opportunities are missing, the differences between the market price and the current value of the investment in buying financial title. A financial market is considered efficient if it fully and correctly reflects all relevant information in determining rates. Only then the price is correct "standard" value and given the price signal will lead to optimal capital allocation decisions. Building this environment assessment and targeting investment involves the assumption of hypotheses thru is defined and operationalized a perfect market: - Homogeneous rational behavior and anticipations of economic agents - Atomicity and contingency markets and free availability of information of random trajectory of prices - Unlimited money market interest without risk - Absence of transaction costs and tax. Financial efficiency can be analyzed from three different points view: o organizational effectiveness, meaning that allocation processes undertaken to achieve a Pareto optimal; o operational efficiency, which is determined by the economic subjects participants atomicity of all mechanisms that ensure the maintenance intermediaries; of prices at their equilibrium levels, and the important role of intermediaries o informational efficiency, which provides coverage prices, the full and undistorted, of all available and relevant information regarding both the traded assets, as well as overall market characteristics.
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