Introduction to Derivative Financial Instruments, Chapter 10 - The Greeks by Chorafas, Dimitris
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This chapter comes from Derivative Financial Instruments, written by a renowned corporate financial advisor. This timely guide offers a comprehensive treatment of derivative financial instruments, fully covering bonds, interest swaps, options, futures, Forex, and more. The author explains the strategic use of derivatives, their place in portfolio management, hedging, and the importance of managing risk.

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Dimitris N. Chorafas, Dr.Sc., has worked internationally as an advisor to financial institutions and industrial corporations since 1961. Over 6,000 banking, industrial, and government executives worldwide have participated in his seminars. Dr. Chorafas is the author or numerous business titles, including McGraw-Hill's "Managing Derivative Risk" Dr. Chorafas has taught at universities in the United States, Canada, Germany, and Switzerland.
Published March 13, 2008 by McGraw-Hill. 19 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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