|aRandom Walks in Fixed Income and Foreign Exchange :|bUnexpected Discoveries in Issuance, Investment and Hedging of Yield Curve Instruments /|cJessica James, Michael Leister, and Christoph Rieger.
|aBerlin :|bDe Gruyter,|cc2021.
|axii, 178 pages :|billustrations ;|c25 cm.
|aThe Moorad Choudhry Global Banking Series
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aThe fixed income and foreign exchange (FX) markets have never been as challenging to operate in as they are today. The post-crash combination of reduced liquidity, higher operating costs, low interest rates, flat yield curves and increased regulation means that market makers and investors alike need to work harder to generate value and remain in full understanding of the markets. Random Walks in Fixed Income and Foreign Exchange brings together the best of detailed and original practitioner-orientated market research on many specialist areas of the bond and FX markets. Written by the highly regarded FX and bonds research desk at Commerzbank, the book offers varied and in-depth insight into specific topics of vital important to dealers and investors, including the cross-currency basis and hedging, the yield curve, and overseas issuance conversion factors which will give investors a genuine edge in generating value. Written in accessible text, it is a must-read for all those interested in bonds and FX.