Arbitrage, Hedging, Speculation, Financing and Investment
Cross-border transactions involve a variety of financial operations, including arbitrage, hedging, speculation, financing and investment. These inter-related operations give rise to foreign exchange exposure and affect the overall financial performance of multinational firms.
The book aims to provide an integrated treatment of multinational financial operations, whilst taking into account some real world complexities such as bid/offer spreads, transaction costs, capital rationing, and market imperfections.
Short Term Financing and Investment Decisions
Long Term International Financing, Capital Structure and the Cost of Capital
International Long-Term Portfolio Investment
Foreign Direct Investment
IMAD A. MOOSA is Professor of Finance at La Trobe University, Australia. Before becoming an academic in 1991, he was an investment banker for over ten years. He has published extensively in the fields of Finance and Macroeconomics.
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