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  • 10 Pages Ch001
    Ch001

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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 1-0 Copyright 2007 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Globalization & the Multinational Firm Chapter Objectives: Understand why it is important to study internat

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    Sample Final Solution

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    Fin 535 Spring 07 Sample Final Solution Part I Multiple Choice 1. The international monetary system went through several distinct stages of evolution. These stages are summarized, in alphabetic order, as follows (i)- Bimetallism (ii)- Bretton Woods s

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    Sample Quiz 3 Solution

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    Fin 533.01 Sample Quiz 3 Solution 1 (Triangular Arbitrage). Given following rates Citigroup Credit Suisse Deutsche Bank 126/$ 1.3/$ 0.012/ Comment [c1]: =( 1.3/$)/(126/$) Comment [c2]: The Japanese Yens price is higher at Deutsche Bank (0.012) than

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    Sample Quiz 2

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    Version Fin 535.01 Sample Quiz 2, Name_ 1. Determine how each of the following transactions will be classified and recorded in the debit and credit of the U.S. Balance-of-Payments. Circle the right combination of account and accounting method. a. A

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    Sample Quiz 1 Answer

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    Version Solution Fin 535 Sample Quiz 1 1. Consider a two-country world with following productivity table. Country A has 100 units of input and B has 100 units of input too. Country A B Food 30 pounds/input 10 pounds/input Textile 10 yards/input 8 y

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    Solution 1

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    Page 23: 1. Country C can produce seven pounds of food or four yards of textiles per unit of input. Compute the opportunity cost of producing food instead of textiles. Similarly, compute the opportunity cost of producing textiles instead of food. So

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    Sample Quiz 2 Answer

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    Sample Quiz 2 Name_ 1. (1) Determine how each of the following transactions will be classified and recorded in the debit and credit of the U.S. balance of payments. Circle the right combination of account and accounting method. a. Boeing exports $2

  • 1 Page fin535 mini case Turkish Lira
    Fin535 Mini Case Turkish Lira

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    - Turkish Lira and Purchasing Power Parity Tips for a good report: 1. Clear issue identification, framework and implications. 2. Utilizing necessary data, graphs and diagrams to strengthen your arguments. 3. No repeating and unnecessary rewriting.

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    Sample Final

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    Fin 535 Spring 07 Sample Final Part I Multiple Choice 1. The international monetary system went through several distinct stages of evolution. These stages are summarized, in alphabetic order, as follows (i)- Bimetallism (ii)- Bretton Woods system (ii

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    Sample Quiz 4

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    Version Fin 535.01 Sample Quiz 4 Name_ 1. (FRN) Which of following Eurodollar bonds has the least price volatility? A. Straight fixed-rate bond B.Floating-rate notes C. Convertible bond D. Dual currency bond E. Zero-coupon bond 2. (Marking-to-Mar

  • 1 Page Fin 535 ch6 exercises solution
    Fin 535 Ch6 Exercises Solution

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    Fin 535, Spring 07, Chapter 6 exercises, Solution 1. (IRP and Covered Interest Arbitrage) The treasurer of a major U.S. firm has $30 million to invest for six months. The six-month interest rate is 5% per annum in the U.S. and 1% per annum in Japan.

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    Solution 2

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    Page 56: 2. Explain the mechanism which restores the balance of payments equilibrium when it is disturbed under the gold standard. Answer: The adjustment mechanism under the gold standard is referred to as the price-specieflow mechanism expounded b

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    Sample Quiz 1

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    Version Fin 535 Sample Quiz 1, Name_ 1. Consider a two-country world with following productivity table. Country A has 100 units of input and B has 100 units of input too. Country A B Food 30 pounds/input 10 pounds/input Textile 10 yards/input 8 ya

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    Sample Quiz 3

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    Version Citigroup Credit Suisse Deutsche Bank Fin 535.01 Sample Quiz 3 Name_ 1. (Triangular Arbitrage). Given following rates 126/$ 1.3/$ 0.012/ The cross rate between Citigroup and Credit Suisse is S(/)=_. A triangular arbitrage can be carried o

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    Solution 3

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    Page 74-75 Problem 1: 1. (2.1) -$1,224.43 BCA -$444.69 BKA $444.26 Stat Discrepancy $0.73 3. The United States has experienced continuous current account deficits since the early 1980s. What do you think are the main causes for the deficits? What wo

  • 5 Pages Turkish Lira Sample
    Turkish Lira Sample

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    Fin 535 Mini Case Report 2 Turkish Lira and Purchasing Power Parity The manager, Mr. Henry Mobaus, thinks that Turkey will eventually be invited to join European Union, which in turns will increase the stock prices in Turkey. However, his concern

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