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Textbook Problem

Describe the different ways in which capital can be transferred from suppliers of capital to those who are demanding capital.

Summary Introduction

To describe: The ways to transfer the capital.

Introduction:

Capital: Capital refers the amount of money which is required for the investment to start a business or venture. Businesses raise the capital from the various sources such as initial public offerings and follow up public offering.

Explanation
  • Directly transfer of the stock and bonds to savers is one to the kinds to transfer of capital. Businesses directly transfer the capital to the investors who are ready to give money.
  • Investment banks bought the stock and bond from the companies and sell the securities to the savers...

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