International Guide to Foreign Currency Management

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Routledge, Oct 8, 2013 - Business & Economics - 544 pages
Financial managers rarely find a one-stop source for a complete course in currency management. Expanding on his work, Currency Risk Management, Gary Shoup builds a practical foreign currency management program. This extensive text covers everything managers and their consultants need to implement a program, from trends in exchange rates to understanding pricing determinants. He discusses in detail the market for currencies, price forecasting, exposure and risk management, managing accounting exposure, and managing strategic exposure.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Chapter OneThe Problem with Foreign Currency
7
Chapter TwoWhat is a Currency Really?
17
Chapter ThreeCurrency Arrangements
35
Chapter FourPrice Determinants
55
Chapter FiveExchange Rates and Interest Rates
77
Chapter SixThe Market
101
Chapter SevenPrice Forecasting
131
Chapter ThirteenHedge Transactions
293
Chapter FourteenTrading Forwards and Futures
311
Chapter FifteenThe Option Hedge
331
Chapter SixteenPresentation
361
Appendix IWhere to Go From Here
383
Appendix IICurrency Exchanges Around the World
389
Appendix IIIThe World of Currencies
395
Appendix IVTopic Review
403

Chapter EightExposure and Risk
155
Chapter NinePrincipals of Hedging
183
Chapter TenCurrency Management Considerations
219
Chapter ElevenManaging Strategic Exposures
249
Chapter TwelveManaging Accounting Exposure
273
Appendix VCurrency Price Charts
493
Endnotes
505
Index
511
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