The essence of international money / Adrian Buckley.Material type: TextSeries: The Essence of management seriesPublication details: London : Prentice Hall, 1996. Edition: 2nd edISBN: 0133564940Subject(s): Foreign exchangeDDC classification: 332.45
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Previous ed.: 1990.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
1. What is international money all about? -- 2. The essence of currency calculations -- 3. How are foreign exchange rates quoted? -- 4. What makes exchange rates move? -- 5. What is foreign exchange risk? -- 6. Why worry about foreign exchange risk? -- 7. Internal techniques of managing foreign exchange exposure -- 8. External techniques of managing foreign exchange exposure -- 9. What are currency swaps? -- 10. What are financial futures on foreign exchange? -- 11. How do currency options work? -- 12. Interest rate risk -- 13. The value of growth options -- 14. Is the international investment decision different? -- 15. Is the international financing decision different? -- 16. The European Monetary System -- 17. Why hedge anyway? -- 18. Economic exposure revisited.
The Essence of International Money is an invaluable reference source for MBA students and managers, whether on a short course or as a reference work for the bookshelf. It is intended to focus upon the core of the subject and is an ideal summary for undergraduates, postgraduates, other students and aspiring managers wishing to improve their knowledge and skills.