One of the well-discussed pure arbitrage examples is "covered interest arbitrage
" (e.g., Madura, 2007), which involves coinstantaneous transactions across the domestic and foreign spot currency markets, the domestic and foreign forward/futures currency markets, in addition to the domestic and foreign credit markets.
"A classroom exercise to simulate triangular and covered interest arbitrage
." Journal of Financial Education 30 (Summer): 73-86.
Indian Currency and Finance [Keynes, 1913] explored the working of the gold-exchange standard and the need for a reserve bank to manage India's participation in it; The Economic Consequences of the Peace [Keynes, 1919] argued that the transfer problem made the reparations clauses of the Versailles Peace Treaty unworkable; A Tract on Monetary Reform [Keynes, 1923] exposed the social costs of hyperinflation, discussed inflation as a tax on holding money and government bonds, and analyzed covered interest arbitrage
in the forward market for foreign exchange in the resulting world of floating exchange rates [Dimand, 1988]; and The Economic Consequences of Mr.
More advanced subjects, such as covered interest arbitrage
and hedging alternatives, are presented so that more expert users may sharpen their skills.
The theoretical forward rate may be observed in the currency markets where there are no obvious covered interest arbitrage
The most recent of his journal articles is "Gold-Point Arbitrage and Uncovered Interest Arbitrage
under the 1925-31 Dollar-Sterling Gold Standard," Explorations in Economic History (1993).
He also found that policy loan fluctuations were due primarily to interest rates, supporting the interest arbitrage
and alternative sources hypotheses.
(7) For example, to avoid reverse interest arbitrage
arising from excess U.S.
Two theories, namely Interest Arbitrage
and Speculation, explaining the relationship between spot and forward rates are examined.