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Brewer, Elijah.“Bank Gap Management and the Use of Financial Futures.” Federal Reserve Bank of
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Chicago, Economic Perspectives 9 (March/April 1985), pp. 12-21.
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Faux, Richard G., Jr.“Hedging Eurodollar Risk.” In
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The Handbook of Financial Futures,. edited by
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Nancy H. Rothstein and James M. Little. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1984, pp. 24755.
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Figlewski, Stephen. Hedging with Financial Futures for Institutional Investors.Cambridge, Mass.:
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Ballinger Publishing Company, 1986.
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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF RICHMOND25
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Gendreau, Brian C. Bill Futures.” Journal of Portfolio Management “Carrying Costs and Treasury (Fall 1985), pp. 68-64.
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Hieronymus, Thomas A. Economics of Futures Trading. New York: Commodity Research Bureau, Inc., 1971.
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Kaufman, George G.“Measuring and Managing Interest Rate Risk: A Primer.” Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Economic Perspectives 8 (January/February 1984), pp. 16-29.
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Kawaller, Ira G.“Liability Side Gap Management: Risks and Opportunities.”Chicago Mercantile
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Exchange, Market Perspectives 1 (August 1983).
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Key, Sydney J.“International Banking Facilities.”
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Federal Reserve Bulletin 68 (October 1982).
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Kidder, William M.“The Implied Repo Rate.” In
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The Handbook of Financial Futures,. edited by
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Nancy H. Rothstein and James M. Little. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1984, pp. 447-66.
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Koppenhaver, G. D. “Trimming the Hedges : Regulators, Banks, and Financial Futures.” Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Economic Perspectives 8 (November/December 1984), pp. 3-12.
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Little, James M.“What Are Financial Futures?” In
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The Handbook of Financial Futures, edited by
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Nancy H. Rothstejn and James M. Little. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1984, pp. 3566.
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Paul, Allen B.“The Role of Cash Settlement in Futures Contract Specification.” In Futures Markets:
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Regulatory Issues, edited by Anne E. Peck. Washington, D. C.:American Enterprise Institute for
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Public Policy Research, 1985.
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Powers, Mark, and David Vogel. Inside the Financial
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Futures Markets. New York: John Wiley and
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Ronalds, Nicholas.“Contract Life Cycles for Selected
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CME Markets.”Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Market Perspectives
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Rothstein, Nancy H., and James M. Little. “The Market Participants and Their Motivations.” Handbook of Financial Futures, edited by Nancy H. Rothstein and James M. Little. New York:
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McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1984, pp. 115-37.
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Silber, William L.“Marketmaker Behavior in an Auction Market: An Analysis of Scalpers in Futures Markets.” Journal of Finance (September 1984), pp. 937-53.
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Stigum, Marcia. The Money Market. Rev. ed. Homewood, Illinois: Dow Jones-Irving, 1983.
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Rebell Arthur L.“Numerical Relationships of Cash and Futures:Keys to Analysis of Hedge and
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Speculative Strategies.” In The Handbook of
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Financial Futures, edited by Nancy H. Rothstein and James M. Little.New York : McGraw-Hill
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Book Company, 1984, pp. 467-91.
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Telser, Lester G.“Why There Are Organized Futures Markets.” Journal of Law and Economics 24 (April 1981), pp. l-22. . “Futures and Actual Markets: How They
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Are Related.”The Journal of Business 59 (April 1986), pp. 5-20.
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Tompkins, Robert G., and Steven A. Youngren. “A Comparison of IMM and LIFFE Eurodollar Futures.” Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Market Perspectives 1 (June/July 1983).
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Werderits, John R.“Synthetic Money Market Instruments: A Short-Term Investment.” Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Market Perspectives 1 (October 1983).
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Working, Holbrook.“New Concepts Concerning Futures Markets and Prices.” American Economic Sons, 1981.Review 52 (June 1962), pp. 432-59.
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FROM TRADE-OFFS TO POLICY INEFFECTIVENESS: A HISTORY OF THE PHILLIPS CURVE
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Thomas M. Humphrey The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond is pleased to announce the publication of From Trade-offs to Policy Ineffectiveness:A History of the Phillips Curve. This 36-page monograph traces the evolution, public policy implications, and criticisms of
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Richmond, P. O. Box 27622, Richmond, Virginia 23261. 26ECONOMIC REVIEW, SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 1986
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