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International Finance and Trade / Module 2: Foreign Exchange

Students need to study:
  • Foreign Exchange Market Functions
  • Foreign Exchange Rates
  • Spot and Forward Rate
  • Currency Swaps
  • Foreign Exchange Risks
  • Hedging and Speculation
  • Euro Currency Market
  • Purchasing Power Parity
  • Exchange Rate Dynamics
  • Managed Floating Rates
  • Stability of Foreign Exchange Market
  • Optimum Currency Area

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