Currency Futures

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Global Professional Publishi, 2000 - Business & Economics - 122 pages
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Fully updated version of text formerly used for training by BPP
Diagramatic representation of deal structures, pricing and modeling
Full glossary of terms
International perspective, examples is US$
Clear logical explanation of processes, markets, and products

As the foreign exchange markets have developed and grown, more sophisticated financial instruments have been devised. This book is a highly practical introduction to futures, options, and the futures market as a whole. It explains how the markets operate and unravels a futures contract piece by piece to illustrate its purpose, structure, and the obligations of the parties involved. Finally it considers the criteria that a company must consider before deciding to use currency futures.

This expansive new range of risk management texts has undergone extensive rewriting to give each book in the series an international perspective. Each explains and analyzes core aspects of risk assessment and management in a way invaluable to students and useful to practitioners. All of these titles adopt a practical and clear approach to their subject. All are fully updated versions of a series of books previously produced by training experts at BPP. Intended audience: trainee risk analysts, small business managers, management trainees.

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Brian Coyle is a former director of BPP Training.

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