Globalisation and liberalisation over the last two decades have led to the emergence of capital markets, flexible exchange rate regimes and the removal of controls on capital flows the world over. India has been no exception, with the introduction of unified exchange rate system, openness of investment in equity and debt sectors by NRIs and FIIs, and financial innovation in international traded financial products. All this has brought the financial markets to centre stage of the economy. One can observe the rampant fluctuations of exchange rates and stock price since 1997 in Indian Financial Markets. This has been exhaustively deliberated in the financial press and among academicians, and domestic as well as international investors. This has necessitated the understanding of the interlinkages between the financial markets, their volatility spillovers and integration with the global financial markets and also diversification of the portfolio risk with concentration in asset,sector and geography.This book is an endeavour in this direction.This book is meant for Finance and International Finance specialisation students and for the trading and investor community of the financial world.