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It is a very badly worded question in my humble opinion. There are three "prices" to contend with. (1) If you want to buy a stock and pay for it now, you pay the current stock price S. (2) If you want to buy a stock and not have to pay for it until a future delivery date T, then you enter into a "forward" or (in the United States) a "futures contract" ...


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I think you're arriving at a value for a swap using 2 different expressions of the same thing because FX forward prices are calculated using spot rates and adding or subtracting forward points. The forward points for a currency pair express interest rate differentials between the 2 currencies in the pair. I think your question then moves from arriving at a ...



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