This refers to the financial systems which cross national boundaries and are involved in raising capital by dealing in shares, bonds, and other long-term investments.
International Capital Markets are global markets for trading equity and debt instruments. they include both primary markets, where new stock and bond issues are sold to investors, and secondary markets, which trade existing securities. By being global they enable risk to be diversified and can offer higher returns and lower borrowing costs than some national markets.
International Capital Markets is a term normally found in financial management and business economics.
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