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This guide is for students taking the FIIM module. In this module, you are required to conduct research and analysis on issues or topics in financial markets or institutions for your group project. Use the resources here for data and information to inform your analysis.
6th edition (2015) of the textbook is available in the Reserves section
Older versions of this text are available on Level 4:
Other textbooks are available. Search for "Financial Markets and Institutions" in the library search.
Economist.com covers issues in global business and politics. The coverage includes the archive of articles published since 1997 from the print edition of The Economist magazine, and 2000 to current issues come complete with graphs, tables and pictures.
Financial Times Registration required
(use your SMU email). FT.com includes breaking news, commentary, data and analysis. Take advantage of the premium learning tools such as Alerts Hub, FT clippings, FT Mobile, ePaper, FT Lexicon (glossary) and annotation tool.
for smart phones and tablets is available.
FT archive begins with 28 January 2009 issue.
New York Times One-time registration
is required using your SMU email address. After you have successfully created your account, you can access the content via website
or mobile App. New York Times covers News, Editorials/Opinions-Columns/Op-Ed, Sports, Arts, Science, Styles, Home, Travel, and other features. News Archives are available from 1851.
Wall Street Journal One-time registration
is required, using your SMU email address. After you have successfully created your account, you can access the service anywhere, across devices.
WSJ provides current global news and probing analysis of markets, corporations, financials and technology.
is available up to latest 7-year.