First published in 1989, The Economics of the Swap Market looks at how the swap has become a commonplace tool for corporations throughout the OECD world to 'lock-in' interest rates on their borrowing. The aim of The Economics of the Swap Market, is to contribute to a redressing of the balance. Subjects covered include both those conventionally falling within the scope of micro-economics and of macroeconomics, beginning with an examination of the forces behind the take-off the swap market and a formal setting out of key arbitrage relationships which hold in equilibrium between the swap markets on international capital flow.
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Series: Routledge Library Editions: Financial Markets
29 May 2019
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Foreword 1. The Market Place 2. Arbitrage Statistics 3. Arbitrage Dynamics 4. International Capital Flows Notes References Index