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  1. Chinese Currency Devaluation Hits Global Economy

    China's surprise currency devaluations have sent shock waves through the world. Here’s ...
  2. An Introduction To Swaps

    Learn how these derivatives work and how companies can benefit from them.
  3. Best Ways to Exchange Currency in the Philippines

    How to avoid fees and get the most for your money when visiting the Philippine archipelago. ...
  4. How to Use Blockchain to Buy and Sell Gold

    Most people still haven't heard of the term "blockchain," but chances are you will ...
  5. Effects of OIS Discounting for Derivative Traders

    The use of OIS discounting has important implications for derivative valuations and ...
  6. What is the OIS LIBOR Spread And What Is It For?

    When the LIBOR-OIS spread rises significantly, it represents the worry that banks ...
  1. How are NDFs (non-deliverable forwards) priced

    Understand more about non-deliverable forward contracts, or NDFs, and learn about the various factors that can have an effect ...
  2. What is the difference between derivatives and options?

    Learn how options are one type of derivative and how equity options derive their value from a stock, and understand other ...
  3. How does a Foreign Institutional Investor (FII) manage currency risk when investing ...

    Find out how foreign institutional investors protect themselves against inflation and currency risks when investing in international ...
  4. What are some risks a company takes when entering a currency swap?

    Read about the risks associated with performing a currency swap, including counterparty credit risk in the event that one ...
Hot Definitions
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  2. Cost Of Debt

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  3. Yield Curve

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