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What does **Long Call EURUSD** mean?

What does Long Call EURUSD mean? Does it mean Long Call EUR and Short Put USD? When we draw payoff do we consider only w.r.t. to CCY1 i.e. EUR in this case?
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Relation between ATM, RR and BF

In FX derivative market, why does vol spread of ATM > RR > BF? ATM is the most liquid and intuitively it should have the lowest spread. Please help me in understanding the rational behind the above ...
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Valuing TRYUSD currency swap on Bloomberg

Usually a leg in a swap is discounted using the corresponding OIS curve if the deal is collateralized and if collateral is posted in a different currency teh discounting happens with the corresponding ...
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Calculating Cross Currency basis swaps

I am trying to calculate cross currency basis swaps for personal use. I generally understand what they are (essentially swapping one currency for another currency on a floating interest rate basis) ...
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Cross Currency swap - Bond Yields arbitrage

Could somebody explain me step-by-step how can I compute the cross-currency yield of a bond bought by a foreign investor and x-ccy swapped back into his domestic currency? I basically would like to ...
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OIS vs Libor for cross currency

I would like to understand the convention for discount rates fro cross currency swaps. It seems to be market convention (Australia) to discount collateralize positions with OIS and uncollateralized ...
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Mark-to-market cross-currency basis swap valuation

I'm looking to replicate the EUR vs USD cross-currency basis curve that Bloomberg outputs (EUR.OIS collateralized in USD). I understand that Bloomberg is currently using the mark-to-market ...
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Real World pricing of a Constant Notional Cross Currency Swap

I have a question about Cross Currency (XCCY) Swap pricing in the real world. There are plenty of papers going nicely into detail, how XCCY Basis Swaps and XCCY Constant Notional Swaps work. Also ...
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Cross currency swap basis with USD added on the covered interest rate parity (CIP)

We know the adjusted covered interest rate parity (CIP): $$Forward = \dfrac{1+r\cdot\tau+b}{1+r^*\cdot\tau+b^*}Spot$$ Here $r/r^*$ is the risk-free foreign/domestic rate and $b/b^*$ is the cross ...
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Cross currency basis swap for bonds

Running a cross currency swap on a GBP issued 2.75% 7yr bond (i.e a bullet), with funding in USD so need to determine the equivalent in USD. The GBP bond trades at circa 180bps over the Gilt. ...
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Xccy without back notional exchange

Let’a Say i’m Trading a 1bln € EUR-USD fixed-fixed cross currency starting in 3M. My USD notional is fixed at today’s spot. Two cases: - back and front notional exchange. -Only front notional exchange....
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Calculating Fx Swap from Cross Currency Swap

I am trying to calculate Fx Swap points of a currency pair from the corresponding Cross Currency Swap rate on the same maturity. I.e if I know that my USD/TRY 5Y rate is 16% and my USD/TRY spot rate ...
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bootstrapping a basis curve to get a forward basis curve

suppose i have a trade whose payoff underlying is 3m libor minus 1m libor. the standard approach is to bootstrap seperately 2 projection curves: a) a 3m projection curve, b) a 1m proj curve. however, ...
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Cheapest-to-deliver (CTD) discount curve

Can someone explain, in layman's terms, the mechanics (the algorithm steps) of the construction of the discount curve in the case when the CSA allows the posting party to choose a currency (from a ...
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Valuing a cross currency basis swap using a third currency as a collateral

Suppose India and South Africa goes into a cross currency basis swap. But the collateral is specified upon USD. How does one value this type of swaps? Or is it even available directly on the markets?
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Interpolating cross-currency basis curve

Just wondering how do people "interpolate" between different "pillar dates" on a cross-currency basis curve? So say for example, if the observed spot is 1.5, observed CC basis for 9 months is -1.25 ...
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How to use USD OIS discounting for local currency uncollateralised swaps?

I am wanting to do MTM valuations of uncollateralised swaps as our banks have switched to using the USD OIS curve for their discounting (assuming no xVA adjustments). None of the cashflows we are ...
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Existential question about currency exchange Risk Factor

Ciao All, I'm working to a problem about sensitivities for products with several ccy and this questions came out. For simplicity consider a linear product (a simple cash flow) w.r.t. the ccy ...
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What discount rate for uncollateralized cross currency swaps?

To expand on this question, what happens if the uncollateralized swap is of a cross currency variety? Ignoring any xVAs, it's unclear which currency would best determine the discount rate: a) we ...
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Quanto effect in cross currency mtm swaps

Apparently the standard way to value these swaps involves ignoring the quanto effect, - ie the correlation between fx and rates. I wonder why this is - is this correl always so close to zero? Eg of ...
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What is the EUR swap curve on Bloomberg? I.e. what is the EUR equivalent of S23 curve on Bloomberg?

I am trying to understand the currency basis calculation and whether there is a difference in currency basis when quoted vs. OIS and -IBOR rates.
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Cross Currency Basis Swap

I understand that there exist a cross Currency Basis between euro and dollar of about 35 bps, which in my understanding can be arbitraged out by following principle of interest rate parity. However, ...
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Risk neutral drift in presence of xccy basis

Suppose I invest in an EUR denominated fund. This fund invests fully in USD stocks and doesn't hedge it's FX exposure (i.e. the EUR value of this fund is just equal to the USD value of the holdings ...