EMU in Perspective: Understanding Monetary Union

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Financial Times/Prentice Hall, 1999 - Business & Economics - 191 pages
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Any organisation that does business with or within the European Union, and any player in the international financial markets, will need to master Monetary Union as a matter of urgency. While many will rely on IT suppliers and consultants to solve short-term operational problems, the real business impact will be strategic. To meet this challenge, managers and finance professionals need to gain a genuine understanding of the underlying dynamics of European Monetary Union.

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Contents

Europes search for a new order
11
The road to the Treaty of Rome
17
Development of the European Monetary System
25
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About the author (1999)

Robin Griffiths has worked in the financial markets since 1964 in London, Japan and New York, and is now Head of Asset Allocation at Rathbones, a leading UK investment firm. He is a regular commentator on Bloomberg news and has been Chairman of the British Society of Technical Analysts.

Cole has worked as a consultant with the Foreign Exchange Advisory Service and as a fund manager with Chemical Bank, Saudi International Bank, and Fuji Bank. He is a regular contributor to The Speculator.

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