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  1. Keys to Investing in International Stocks (Barron's Business Keys) by Janet Lowe, 1992-08
  2. The Role of Exchange Rates in the Adjustment of International Payments: A Report By the Executive Directors - 1970 by Various Directors, 1970
  3. A Business Guide to China: 15 Fallacies of Investing in China by Frankie Chan, 2003-01
  4. International investing : get the facts : how you can learn more about foreign companies and markets (SuDoc SE 1.2:IN 8/25) by U.S. State Department, 1999
  5. Investing in China: Legal, Financial and Regulatory Risk by William B. Gamble, 2002-12-30
  6. Strategic Currency Investing: Trading and Hedging in the Foreign Exchange Market
  7. Understanding Futures in Foreign Exchange by Chicago Mercantile Exchange, 1979
  8. Strategic Market Analysis: EUR/USD Interbank Market as Diversified Organization by Georgette Boele, 2002-08-01
  9. How the City Really Works: The Definitive Guide to Money and Investing in London's Square Mile by Alexander Davidson, 2008-04-01
  10. Global Investing: The Professional's Guide to the World Capital Markets by Roger Ibbotson, Gary P. Brinson, 1992-11-01
  11. A Bull in China: Investing Profitably in the World's Greatest Market by Jim Rogers, 2007-12-04
  12. Hedging of Contracts, Anticipated Positions & Tender Offers: A Study of Corporate Foreign Exchange Rate Risk & or Price Risk by Catharina Lagerstam, 1990-11-10
  13. Understanding Wall Street, Fourth Edition by Jeffrey B. Little, 2004-07-25
  14. Asia-Pacific Financial Markets, Volume 8: Integration, Innovation and Challenges

41. Vanguard Investments
international Equity investing from the European Perspective from internationalinvestments is the sum of local returns and changes in exchange rates,
International Equity Investing from the European Perspective There seems to be a pronounced instability in investors' attitudes about the value of international investing – in vogue during certain periods, out of favor in the next.
While allocating a portion of a portfolio's overall exposure to non-European stocks can enhance long-term returns, the benefits aren't always clear to investors in the short-term. Short-term concerns, such as the relative performance of international equities against home markets or the strength of the Euro against other currencies, may override the desire for long-term benefits. Yesim Tokat, Ph.D., an analyst with Vanguard's Investment Counseling & Research group, is the author of a recently published paper, "International Equity Investing from the European Perspective: Long-Term Expectations and Short-Term Departures." Dr. Tokat's paper analyzes the benefits and risks of investing in international stock markets, benefits and risks of investing in international stock markets, and evaluates what roles these investments should play in investors' portfolios.
Long-Term and Short-Term Perspectives
Over the long term, historical data demonstrate that the average returns and volatility of the international developed markets and European equities have been very similar. While business and stock market cycles may provide a return advantage to a region or country over certain time horizons, these differences tend to even out because developed economies grow at similar rates.

42. ASX - Australian Stock Exchange
investing in international financial products allows you to gain exposure in Understanding how the exchange rate impacts your investment is important.
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43. Portfolio Ideas |
There are many risks inherent to international investing. As a result, youwill have to exchange dollars for the currency of the other country.

44. Morningstar: International Investing Center
Find investing opportunities beyond US borders and avoid the pitfalls of foreigninvesting. Friday, August 12, 2005, international investing Center

45. World Wide ATM Locators - Currency Converters - Exchange Rates - Money
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47. International Investing Basics
international investing Basics (Go to the Investment Series for other Basics).This is the fifth article in a series on investment basics.
The Investment Series: International Investing Basics International Investing Basics (Go to the Investment Series for other Basics) This is the fifth article in a series on investment basics. If you are new to investing, it is recommended that the articles be read in order. Prior articles introduce terminology that is used in later articles. A Multiple Choice Question International Risk Too Risky, Too Foreign, Too Weird Ways to Invest Internationally ... A Five Year Snapshot A Multiple Choice Question: Between 1970 and 2000, how many times has the U.S. equity market been the world's top performer? (a) Never
(b) Once
(c) Several times
(d) Every time Answer: (a) NEVER. Not only that, the US equity markets have ranked among the top 3 only twice in the last 10 years. Surprised? International Investing is not just for high-flying risk takers. It can form part of the asset allocation of a well rounded portfolio. It can improve portfolio gain due to participation in well performing markets. It can reduce portfolio risk by improved diversification since international markets often behave differently than the U.S. markets. A five year snapshot below shows the two times in the last 10 years that the U.S. markets have at least made it into the top three.

48. A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc.
On July 22, the Chinese government implemented a major exchangerate reform. international investing involves special risks, including those tied to
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A Little Background Recent Improvement China. For China, the main impact of the revaluation is likely to be a slowdown in economic growth and lower inflation: Foreign Trade. Fiscal Policy. Koizumi has tried to wean the economy off fiscal stimulus by holding the line on spending, especially for public works projects. His effort to tighten fiscal policy also includes higher taxes. In June 2004, the Japanese parliament passed a pension reform that aims to rescue the state pension system by cutting benefit levels and raising premiums. In March 2005, parliament approved taking back half of a 1999 income tax cut as of January 2006. Banking. The 2005 Elections and Beyond September 6, 2005 Patrick Fearon, CFA Senior Economist International investing involves special risks, including those tied to currency fluctuations and foreign economic and political events. Where the purchase or sale of an investment requires a change from one currency to another, fluctuations in the exchange rate may have an adverse effect on the value, price or income of the investment. Back to top Additional information is available on request. The material contained herein has been prepared from sources and data we believe to be reliable, but we make no guarantee as to its accuracy or completeness. This material is published solely for informational purposes and is not an offer to buy or sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy or sell any security or investment product. This material is not to be construed as providing investment services in any jurisdiction where such offers or solicitation would be illegal. Opinions and estimates are as of a certain date and subject to change without notice. International investing involves special risks, including those tied to currency fluctuations and foreign economic and political events.

49. Investing Beyond Your Borders
international Risk Investors, however, need to appreciate the serious risks For starters, there is exchange rate risk. A US investor s return on a stock
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One of the thorniest decisions investors have to make is whether to put money into foreign stocks. Investing in foreign companies can be lucrative, but the rewards come with additional risks, and spotting worthwhile investments overseas can take a tad more work than finding them at home. International Opportunity
United States . There are about 21 major stock markets outside of the U.S. that have more than a thousand companies of substantial size. Many of those companies operate in rapidly growing economies with extraordinary rates of return. Why pass them up? portfolio management perspective, investing in foreign companies is a way to diversify . For instance, U.S. and foreign shares do not always move in sync. When one is up, the other may be down, and vice versa. In technical terms, such markets are said to lack correlation . A diversified portfolio balances uncorrelated assets to spread the risk. International Risk Investors, however, need to appreciate the serious risks involved with international stocks.

50. Introduction To Foreign Exchange Trading: The Truly Modern Market
Forex is an investing opportunity, one that can bring an investor profit or The oil shocks of the 1970s and the international economic crises of the

51. Decyphering Alphabet Soup Of International Investing
A dictionary of the most important acronyms for the private investor in foreign LME, London Metal Exchange. LTCM, Long Term Capital Management. Mercosur
FINANCIAL ALPHABET SOUP Page Summary : A lexicon or dictionary of abbreviations for the global investor We apologise for the loss of detail arising on the use of alphabet soup. This is necessary in the interests of brevity, especially in the Chronology charts , which analyse financial history. For the benefit of those for whom some of the acronyms may be unfamiliar, we set out below a listing in alphabetical order together with explanations in plain English. This does not include the names of individual companies quoted on a stock market. Soup Meaning ADR American Depository Receipt ANC African National Congress (South Africa) BJP Bharatiya Janta Party (India) BRD West Germany CAP Common Agricultural Policy (European Union) CBI Confederation of British Industry (UK) CD Christian Democrat CDU Christian Democratic Union (Germany) CGT Capital Gains Tax CIS Former USSR CSU Christian Socialist Union (Germany) Second generation German mobile phone network DDR East Germany DJP Democratic Justice Party (Korea) DJII Dow Jones Industrial Index (USA) DKr Danish Krona DM Deutsche Mark ECB European Central Bank ECU European Currency Unit EEC European Economic Community EFTA European Free Trade Association EMU European Monetary Union EPS Earnings per Share (See Jargon for Definition) ERM Exchange Rate Mechanism (Europe) ETF Exchange Traded Fund EU European Union FAZ Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung Index FDI Foreign Direct Investment FDP Free Democratic Party (Germany) Fed.

52. CPL Investment Research
international investing, HG 4538. Investment Clubs, HG 4530, HG 4930 Access tofilings from the US Securities and Exchange Commission is also available
The Business Information Center of the Chicago Public Library strives to collect up-to-date sources on such various topics as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, futures, commodities, options, industries, company histories , and investment planning. These sources can further be divided by type of format such as directories, periodicals, newsletters, charts, electronic databases, and Internet sites. By using these sources, a personal and /or a professional investor can chart a history of a company, find out how a favorite stock is performing, analyze an industry, compare competitors, look up a certain market share, rank companies, extract articles, look up a historical price of a stock, or just gain general knowledge in investment matters. Most of these inquiries can be answered by using the available resources at the Business Information Center. Always remember to consult a librarian for assistance on any additional sources available for use.
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53. International Business Information, Global Business Information, Investing, Stoc
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54. International Trading : TD Waterhouse Investing & Share Dealing
Online and Telephone, Canada, Toronto Stock Exchange, Canadian Venture Exchange Which account should I choose to invest in international stocks?

55. UK & International Stocks : TD Waterhouse Investing & Share Dealing
What you can invest in UK and international Equities With TD Waterhouse youhave the flexibility to spread your investments across UK and international
Home Help Site Map Login ... Contact Us Learn about Investing What you can invest in With TD Waterhouse you have the flexibility to spread your investments across UK and International stocks. What are Stocks?
Stock is ownership, or equity, in a company. Investors buy stock in the form of shares , which represent a portion of a company's assets and earnings (capital). As a stockholder, the extent of your ownership (your stake) in a company depends on the number of shares you own in relation to the total number of shares available.
How do they work?
Stocks in publicly traded companies are bought and sold at a stock market (also known as a stock exchange) for example, The London Stock Exchange.
You can buy a share in a stock when a company first decides to trade itself on the stock market - that is, at flotation or privatisation; or you can buy through the stock market once the shares are in circulation and being traded.
To buy or sell a stock you go to a stockbroker who does business with the stock exchange on your behalf.
Once you have bought your shares you can hold them as a paper certificate or your broker can hold them electronically (in a nominee account) on your behalf.

56. Canadian Shareowner: Taking The Guess Work Out Of International Investing: WEBS
Capital international (as the index provider), and the American Stock Exchange Both Country Baskets and WEBS simplify international investing and
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Save a personal copy of this article and quickly find it again with It's free! Save it. he first article about investing internationally appeared in the January/February 1994 issue of Canadian Shareowner. Foreign markets did relatively well in 1994. But in the past year, the American stock market has been the star, while Canadian and most foreign share prices have appreciated more moderately. However, because these non-U.S. markets have recently been out of favour, they may offer bargains now. NEW OPTIONS In 1994, the investment options for a Canadian looking abroad consisted of buying: (a) foreign stocks directly; (b) units of a mutual fund concentrating on foreign assets; (c) shares of Canadian multinationals; or, (d) closed-end country funds (a number of which have been described in earlier issues of this magazine).

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Idea Exchange on the World Dollar Standard: Richard Clarida What Does the Dollar Mean for International Investing? By Richard H. Clarida
C. Lowell Harriss Professor of Economics, Columbia University,
and Chief Economic Strategist for the Clinton Group When the dollar weakens, the dollar return on holding a foreign security rises in tandem with the rate of depreciation. As a result, investors who have allocated some of their portfolios to investments in European bonds and stocks have been amply rewarded by the depreciation of the dollar against the euro, which has lost more than 30 percent of its value since the winter of 2002. U.S. investments in other countries have also benefited from the dollar's roughly 10 percent depreciation against a broad basket of currencies. One motive to invest abroad is diversification. But since the mid 1990s, local currency returns in foreign stock and bond markets have been, by historical standards, rather highly positively correlated with returns in U.S. stock and bond markets, thus limiting the realized benefit from international diversification.* Moreover, during much of this period, the foreign exchange value of the dollar was strong and, on average, getting stronger against most currencies. The strong dollar tended to lower realized dollar returns to U.S. citizens investing abroad. Looking ahead, the dollar returns earned by U.S. citizens who invest abroad compared to what they could earn by keeping their money at home will depend, in large part, on the correlation in local currency returns across national markets and the trend in the foreign exchange value of the dollar.

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Funds Get the latest mutual funds and exchange- traded funds news, information international investing From South Africa to India, our annual guide to
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  • 60. FPA Journal - International Investing: Opportunity In An Ailing Market?
    Walker likes international investing for a lot of reasons, not the least of which About a year ago there were companies on the Hong Kong exchange whose
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    International Investing: Opportunity in An Ailing Market?
    by Shelley A. Lee
    Well, maybe the fact that investing there lately has also been a little unsettling.
    A Need for Skill
    The need for the extraordinary skill Hayes refers to is why some planners are rethinking the geographic approach to investing internationally and, instead, turning to separate accounts with money managers.
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    Shelley A. Lee is a writer in Atlanta, Georgia, and owner of Ashworth-Lee Communications. She can be reached at

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