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The Foreign Exchange and Money Markets Guide


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Money Markets. Euromarkets and Foreign Exchange. The Euromarkets and Global Financial Integration. Links between Foreign Exchange and Money Markets. The International Financial System. The Euro and the European Monetary Union. Money Market Calculations. Money Market Paper and Bond Calculations. Foreign Exchange Calculations. Forward Contracts: Outrights. Forward Contracts: Swaps. Short Dates. Adjustments. Artificial Currency Units. Financial Futures. The Swap Market. Options Basics. Options Instruments. Risk Issues. Money Market Risk and Interest-Rate Risk. Measurement and Control of Foreign Exchange Risk. Credit and Settlement Risk. Appendices. Index.

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JULIAN WALMSLEY is Managing Director of Askeaton Associates Ltd. and a Visiting Research Fellow at the International Securities Market Association Centre for Securities Research at the University of Reading, England. Previously, he was Chief Investment Officer for Mitsubishi Finance International and also Senior Investment Officer for Oil Insurance in Bermuda. He spent many years working with Barclays Bank's foreign exchange operations and their interest rate and currency swaps group in London and New York, and was a director in charge of swaps at the London subsidiary of National Bank of North Carolina (NCNB). His other books include New Financial Instruments and The Foreign Exchange Handbook (both published by Wiley), and Global Investing: Eurobonds and Alternatives. Mr. Walmsley earned his MA in economics at Cambridge University.

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