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edX: Introduction to Foreign Exchange (FX)

 with  Jack Farmer

This course discusses the structure and trading conventions of the foreign exchange (FX) markets for both spot (immediate delivery) and forward (future delivery) transactions.

You will learn about the characteristics of foreign exchange markets and how to calculate FX rates.

This course will use examples to illustrate the no-arbitrage calculation of cross rates and forward rates along with their use for hedging FX exposures.

Syllabus

  • LO1: Foreign Exchange Rates Overview
  • LO2: Characteristics of FX Markets
  • LO3: Foreign Exchange: Exposure and Cross-Rates
  • LO4: Spot Markets
  • LO5: Virtual Currency
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Cost $89
Pace Self Paced
Subject Finance
Provider edX
Language English
Hours 1-2 hours a week
Calendar 2 weeks long

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