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1. Managerial Aspects of the Market for Foreign Exchange

1.1 Basics
Andersen (2006), pp. 33 - 35;
Solnik/McLeavey (2004), pp. 3 – 7, 14 - 16 (including problems 1 – 8, 10 - 13, 18 - 20 on pp. 23
- 25)
1.2 Arbitrage on The Forex Market
Solnik/McLeavey (2004), pp. 7 - 14 (including problems 9, 14 - 16 on pp. 24n)
1.3 Purchasing Power Parity
Andersen (2006), pp. 35n;
Solnik/McLeavey (2004), pp. 44n, 46 – 48 (including problems 6 - 9 on p. 80), 56 – 62
(including problems 10, 16, 17 on pp. 80 - 82)
1.4 Forward Rates, Interest Rates and Expectations
Andersen (2006), pp. 36 – 39 (including exercises 1.6 and 1.7 on p. 42, 6.4 on p. 246);
Solnik/McLeavey (2004), pp. 16 – 21, 45n, 48 – 53 (including problems 1 – 5, 11 - 15 on pp. 79
- 81)
Intermediate exam
D / Dijon / WS 12-13 / Intern Fin Man / Contents neu
2
Part 2: In this part we will treat important instruments of international
financial management. Part 2 will be subject of the final exam (“examen
final”) which will make up for 60 % of the mark.

2. European Financial Management: Futures
2.1 Futures: Basics
Andersen (2006), pp. 127 – 137, 140 n (including exercises 4.1 and 4.2 on p. 166), 251- 253;
Solnik/McLeavey (2004), pp. 508 – 511 (including problem 1 on pp 556 n)
2.2 Currency Futures: Features, Valuation, Speculation
Andersen (2006), pp. 141 - 144 (including exercise 4.3 on p. 166), 251 – 253, 265n;
Solnik/McLeavey (2004), pp. 508 – 512, 517 – 523 (including problems 3 and 4 on p. 557)
2.3 Hedging With Currency Futures
Andersen (2006), pp. 55 – 58, 66 – 68, 268 – 272, 277 – 279, 294, 296;
Solnik/McLeavey (2004), pp. 573 – 581 (including problems 1 – 4, 9 and 10 on pp. 597 - 599)
3. European Financial Management: Options
3.1 Currency Options: Basics
Andersen (2006), pp. 151 – 156 (including exercises 4.7 – 4.10 on p. 167), 176 – 180,
193 – 196 (combined with numerical examples on pp. 295 - 297);
Solnik/McLeavey (2004), pp. 542 – 544, 546 - 548 (including problems 14 and 15 on p. 560)
3.2 Hedging With Currency Options: Simple Strategies
Andersen (2006), pp. 193 – 196, 202n, 293 – 300 (including exercise 8.1 on p. 323);
Solnik/McLeavey (2004), pp. 584 – 587 (including problems 5 – 8 and 11 on pp. 597 - 600)
3.3 Hedging With Currency Options: Combining Several Options
Andersen (2006), pp. 203 – 206, 300 – 311 (including exercises 8.2 and 8.3 on pp. 323n).
4. European Financial Management: Swaps

4.1 Interest Rate Swaps
Andersen (2006), pp. 215 – 220(including exercises 6.1 – 6.3 on p. 246), 226 – 229 (including
exercises 6.5, 6.7 – 6.8 on p. 246);
Solnik/McLeavey (2004), pp. 530n (including problems 7 – 8 on p. 558)
4.2 Currency Swaps
Andersen (2006), pp. 170 – 172, 220 – 225, 229 - 232;
Solnik/McLeavey (2004), pp. 528 – 531 (including problems 9 – 10 on pp 558n), 533 - 537
(including problem 11 on pp. 559)

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