International Finance

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Psychology Press, 2005 - Business & Economics - 585 pages
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In this updated fourth edition, author Maurice Levi successfully integrates both the micro and macro aspects of international finance. He sucessfully explores managerial issues and focuses on problems arising from financial trading relations between nations, whilst covering key topics such as:

* organization of foreign exchange markets
* determination of exchange rates 
* the fundamental principles of international finance
* foreign exchange risk and exposure
* fixed and flexible exchange rates.

This impressive new edition builds and improves upon the popular style and structure of the original. With new data, improved pedagogy, and coverage of all of the main developments in international finance over the last few years, this book will prove essential reading for students of economics and business.
 

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Contents

The gain from the better allocation of capital
23
PARTI
27
FORWARD EXCHANGE
53
CURRENCY FUTURES AND OPTIONS MARKETS
68
Equivalence of buying foreign currency European call and selling put versus buying
90
PART II
95
SUPPLYANDDEMAND VIEW OF EXCHANGE RATES
119
PART
141
EXCHANGERATE FORECASTING AND SPECULATION
280
PART V
305
PORTFOLIO INVESTMENT
322
CAPITAL BUDGETING FOR FOREIGN INVESTMENTS
346
THE GROWTH AND CONCERNS ABOUT MULTINATIONALS
373
INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONS OF LONGTERM FINANCING
397
PART VI
421
INSTRUMENTS AND INSTITUTIONS OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE
445

INTEREST PARITY
159
PART IV
189
ACCOUNTING EXPOSURE VERSUS REAL EXPOSURE
216
OPERATING EXPOSURE
230
HEDGING RISK AND EXPOSURE
256
contracts
273
PART VII
467
ALTERNATIVE SYSTEMS 0F EXCHANGE RATES
487
PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE
514
Glossary
547
Name index
573
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