Foreign Exchange Markets

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Global Professional Publishi, 2000 - Business & Economics - 138 pages
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Fully updated version of text formerly used for training by BPP
Diagrammatic representation of deal structures, pricing, and modeling
Full glossary of terms
International perspective, examples in US$
Clear logical explanation of processes, markets, and products

From the Currency Risk Management section (6 titles) of the Risk Management series. International trade creates a need for buying, selling, or borrowing foreign currencies. This book describes the buying, selling, depositing, borrowing, and lending of foreign currency. It begins by explaining how the foreign exchange markets are structured and proceeds to examine spot transactions and forward exchange contracts. Finally it explains swaps transactions and short-dated forward transaction.

This expansive new range of risk management texts has undergone extensive re-writing to give each book in the series an international perspective. Each explains and analyses 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.

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Spot Transactions
Spot Transaction
Practical Guidelines for Spot Transactions
Forward Exchange Contracts
Closeouts and Extensions
Swap Transactions and Shortdated Forward Transactions
Making a Forward Transaction
Practical Guidelines for Forward Transactions

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About the author (2000)

Brian Coyle is a former director of BPP Training.