PART I: HISTORY OF THE INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL SYSTEM, 1944-2000
1 The Rise and Fall of Bretton Woods
2 Globalization and the Growth of Derivatives
3 The Crash of '94-'96 and Beyond
PART II: FOREIGN EXCHANGE MARKETS
4 Introduction to the Foreign Exchange Market
5 Forwards, Swaps, and Interest Parity
6 Foreign Currency Futures
7 Foreign Currency Options
PART III: EUROCURRENCY MARKETS
8 Eurobanking and Eurocurrency Centers
9 Deposit Dealing and the Term Structure of Eurocurrency Rates
10 Eurocurrency Futures and Options
11 Syndicated Eurocredits
PART IV: INTERNATIONAL BOND MARKETS
12 Introduction to the International Bond Markets
13 New Issue Procedures in the Eurobond Market
14 Eurobond Valuation and Hedging
15 Interest Rate and Currency Swaps
16 Pricing Option Features in International Bonds
PART V: SELECTED TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
17 Forecasting and the Image of the Future
18 Chaos in International Financial Markets
19 The Fractal Distribution of Foreign Exchange and Interest Rates
20 Purchasing Power Parity
21 Central Banks and the Balance of Payments
22 The European Monetary System
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