The focus of this book is on the U.S. segment of the global foreign exchange market.
Chapters1-3describe the structure of the market and how it has changed.
Chapters 4-6 comment on the main participant groups and the instruments that are traded.
Chapters 7-8 look at foreign exchange trading from a micro,rather than macro,point of view-how an individual bank or other dealing firm sees things. Chapters 9-11 comment on some of the broader issues facing the international monetary system and how governments, central banks, and market participants operate within that system. This is followed by an epilogue