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MSc Financial Markets and Investments: recommended reading


Tarek Amyuni's recommended reading

The books in the list below have been read by Tarek, and he would recommend them to any student interested in the financial markets and investments fields.
Please note: this is not a required reading list.
Irrational Exuberance by Robert Shiller, 2015
After the Music Stops by Alan Blinder, 2013

The Big Flatline: Oil and the no growth economy by Jeff Rubin, 2013

Finance and the Good Society by Robert Shiller, 2013

End this Depression by Paul Krugman, 2013

Understanding Oil Prices by Salvartore Cartollo, 2013

The Great Crash Ahead by Harry’s Dent, 2012

The Price of Inequality by Stiglitz, 2012

Boomerang by Michael Lewis, 2012

Exile Wall Street by Mike Mayo, 2012 

Street Freak by Jared Dillian, 2012

The Big Short by Michael Lewis, 2012

Currency Wars by James Rickards, 2011

La Banque by Marc Roche, 2011

Chasing Goldman Sachs by Suzanne McGee, 2010

Crash of the Titans by Greg Farell, 2010

The Quants by Scott Patterson, 2010

Too Big to Fail by Andrew Ross Sorkin, 2009

Hedge Hunters by Katherine Burton, 2009

The World is Curved by David Smik, 2008

When Markets Collide by Mohamed El Erian 2008

Inside the House of Money by Steven Drobny 2006

Liar’s Poker by Michael Lewis 1989​
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