Financial Derivatives: An Introduction to Futures, Forwards, Options and Swaps

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Prentice Hall, 1997 - Business & Economics - 377 pages
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This text provides a broad-based introduction to both the technical aspects of the main classes of derivatives - futures, forwards, options and swaps - and the markets in which they are traded, and the underlying concepts. Financial Derivatives balances out rigour and accessibility through the clarity of explanations, a graduated mathematical treatment and a variety of teaching and learning features, including chapter introductions, conclusions and annotated further reading; numerous integrated examples and worked activities to illustrate the application of techniques and facilitate self-assessment; and an extensive glossary of terms to assist quick reference and revision. The text is suitable for undergraduate and postgraduate modules in financial derivatives or investments, and students taking the examinations of professional bodies including the ACCA, Securities Institute and Association of Corporate Treasurers. It will also be of interest to practitioners wishing to acquire a working knowledge of financial derivatives.

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Contents

Financial futures
3
The margin system
9
Removing or enhancing exposures
17
Copyright

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