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Financial Derivatives and Banking

Financial Derivatives and Banking

Derivatives are sound investment vehicles that make investing and business practices more efficient and reliable. This book describes the following topics: Derivative Securities, Futures and Forwards: Trading Mechanism and Pricing, Use Of Futures For Hedging, Interest Rate Futures, Swap Markets, Option Markets, Option Pricing, Strategies Involving Options, Derivative Markets In India: Evolution and Regulation.

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