By P Einzig
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9) SOURCES OF FORWARD EXCHANGE TRANSACTIONS A detailed examination of the various categories of buying and selling orders of Forward Exchange in the post-war market is reserved to Chapters 4 to 8, dealing with the main objects for which forward operations are undertaken. The present chapter is confined to a brief summary of the sources of Forward Exchange transactions, with due distinction drawn according to whether they originate outside the market or within the market. The former may be summarised under the following headings : I.
Already before the war there was no lack in practical textbooks on Foreign Exchange containing more or less detailed accounts of how the Forward Exchange market worked. Some of them were written by Foreign Exchange dealers or brokers who knew of course a great deal about the practical aspects of the subject. 1 Since, however, they only devoted a relatively small proportion of their space to Forward Exchange they could not discuss even the practical aspects of that subject in sufficient detail. Nor were these practical authors sufficiently qualified to examine fully the broader theoretical implications of their subject, even though they had a thorough knowledge of the relevant factual material.
A number of Latin American currencies had a good forward market in London before the war, but nowadays it is usually necessarily to cable for a quotation to the Latin American centres concerned or to New York. Both sterling and the dollar have a good forward market in most financial centres where free dealing is permitted. Apart from the Canadian dollar and the Hong Kong dollar there is no free forward market in Commonwealth currencies, though quotations can be obtained from banks operating in various countries.
A Dynamic Theory of Forward Exchange by P Einzig