Financial Developments in National and International Markets by Jesús Ferreiro, Felipe Serrano, P. Arestis

By Jesús Ferreiro, Felipe Serrano, P. Arestis

This booklet deals a entire research of the issues that the present operating of capital markets are producing on either constructed and constructing economies. It will pay precise recognition to the explanations explaining the volatile and unstable operating of foreign monetary markets and to the results of that behaviour on either the commercial functionality of the concerned nations and at the financial regulations carried out.

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One simple way in which this can be done is by defining – for want of a better term – the total exchange rate risk (TER) as the difference between the devaluation risk (DR) and the expected increase in asset prices (⌬APe):9 TER ϭ DR Ϫ ⌬APe (3) and rewriting Equation (1) as: i Ϫ i* ϭ TER ϩ SR (4) Note that in Equation (1) the total exchange rate risk is simply assumed to be equal to the devaluation risk, because the expected change in asset prices is set implicitly equal to zero. Now let us assume a situation where a credible disinflation programme with a nominal exchange rate anchor is about to be implemented in some developing country, and that this gives rise to the expectation that the nominal rate of interest on government bonds will decline in the near future.

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