Explaining Derivatives: Seeing Past the Termination Payment
- Florida financial panel emphasizes risks, rewards of swaps. McEntee, Christopher; McDonald, Michael // Bond Buyer;02/10/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30576, p7
Reports on the 1999 Florida Public Finance Conference sponsored by `The Bond Buyer' journal. Focus on use of derivatives; Savings and risks associated with swaps; Legal issues related to swaps.
- Taxes: A 'Certain' Problem Still. Heffes, Ellen M. // Financial Executive;Jun2011, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p8
No abstract available.
- But the Rule Still Chills. // Treasury & Risk Management;May2001, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p12
Focuses on a survey from Greenwich Associates, which suggests that more than one out of four financial executives expect to curtail their use of derivatives as their companies come under the sway of Financial Accounting Standard 133 in the United States. Concerns raised about reporting the fair...
- Argentina: Improving Outlook For Peso. // Emerging Markets Monitor;9/21/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 24, p9
The article predicts the performance of the Argentine peso (ARS) in foreign exchange market in 2010. Factors which contribute to the predicted peso softness are cited, which include the wobbly fiscal situation in the country and the government's desire to promote the export sector. Similarly,...
- DERIVATIVES & STRUCTURED PRODUCTS. // Bond Buyer;4/5/2005, Vol. 352 Issue 32104, p6
Presents graphs depicting the derivative and structured products in the U.S. as of April 2005.
- CIPFA launches derivatives campaign. // Public Finance;12/13/96, p23
Announces that the derivatives working group of Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) has begun work on a derivatives market. Goal of the campaign.
- Houston ballpark is on schedule: Rains. Sanders, Lisa // Bond Buyer;03/26/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30607, p6
Reports on two topics discussed at the 1999 Texas Public Finance Conference. Jack Rains' keynote address on the financing for the construction of the Houston Astros' baseball stadium; Panel discussion on derivatives.
- No. 1 advertiser: the State. // Finance Week;2/23/2004, p64
Focuses on the central government of South Africa as the biggest advertiser in the country during the fiscal year 2003. Total amount spent by the government in advertising; Expenditure by medium; Impact of government communications spending on the overall advertising industry.
- Tony's last word. Koenderman, Tony // Finance Week;2/23/2004, p65
Comments on the South African government's praise of the local advertising industry. Role of the central government as the biggest advertiser in 2003; Advertising expenditure by medium; Need for agencies to excel in service quality.