However it is incorrect to regard the money as the appropriate measure of the policy towards the increase in the interest rates, the interest rates are based on the supply of stocks, and rate of interest is regarded as the return on stocks, through stocks the evaluation of the liquidity effect can be exercised. The measurement of the money can be exercised through the non-borrowed reserves; the purpose of injecting the money can not be achieved through the withdrawal of say, Treasury bills. The injection of money can also be exercised through the purchase of long-term stocks, and this is expected to develop an impact on the short-term rates (Tirole, 2005).
The stock market risk is associated with the occurrences when the agents allocate the funds towards the stock market without any evaluation and analysis of the purchasing and selling price of the stock afterwards. Such concerns are imminent because asset markets are considered to be incomplete and segmented. The risk within the stock market based on the supply of the stocks is experienced when the agents and dealers are willing to invest their resources in the trade market. The buyers are the expected beneficiaries when the stock-supply shock is positive, the positive effect is based on the lower prices of the stock as compare to the expected prices, and when the expected rate of return has been crossed. Therefore within the stock market business, the dealers are expected to make good fortune, and 'any real consequences are distributional because the shock has favored some agents at the expense of others' (Tirole, 2005). The expansion and growth of the stock market is expected to determine the time period associated with the downgrade within the stock market the time is considered to be major dimension, and the expansion of the stock market is based on the 'relationship between the indicators and the downgrade' (Gibb, 2000).
In the case of banks, the relation between the market indicators which include rating changes, abnormal stock returns, and the proportion of equity owned by institutional investors and bank insiders and supervisory information have failed to explain the supervisory assessments and stock ratings, and for this purpose the equity indicators have been ignored. It was reported that the 'stock spreads with particularly poor supervisory assessments reducing spreads and vice versa' (Tirole, 2005), therefore market is based on the market discipline i.e. supervisory assessments. It was investigated that market prices incorporate additional information as compare with the accounting variables, and therefore influence the ratings of the respective stocks, however there is no variance in the future prospects and worth of the stock, it is the debt market indicators which have predictive power to influence the performance and operations of the stock market.
It is expected that in stock market, some depository institutions, brokers and agents are expected to pay towards their successful bid on the date of issuance of the stocks, however there is an allowance, and some of the dealers and agents can pay at the time of 'submission and are either refunded excess balances or called upon to remit additional funds based upon the final auction price