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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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    Page156-157 Questions: 2. Discuss the implications of the interest rate parity for the exchange rate determination. Answer: Assuming that the forward exchange rate is roughly an unbiased predictor of the future spot rate, IRP can be written as: S = [

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    Version A Fin 535.01 Quiz 1, Feb 20 Name_ 1. Country A can produce 10 pounds of food or 5 yards of textiles per unit of input. The opportunity cost of producing food instead of textiles is _. The opportunity cost of producing textiles instead of fo

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    Name_ ID_ VERSION B Fin 535 Summer 06 Final (60 points) 1. (10 points) Plot the profit profiles for following Euro option positions at the expiration day: (a) Long one call (b) Short one call (c) Long one put (d) Short one put. Determine which one o

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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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    San Francisco State University Finance 535: International Trade and Finance Spring 2006 Instructor: Mr. Ming Li Office: Bus 305 Prerequisites: A grade of C- or better in Fin 350; IBUS 330 and ISYS 263 or pass computer information systems proficiency

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    San Francisco State University Finance 535: International Trade and Finance Spring 2006 Instructor: Mr. Ming Li Office: Bus 305 Phone: 415-338-7474 Email: mingli@sfsu.edu Office Hours: M 2-4, T 5-7 and by appointment Prerequisites: A grade of C- or

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    Fin 535, Spring 06, Chapter 9 Additional Homework 1. (Marking-to-market) Assume today's settlement price on a CME EUR futures contract is $1.2590/EUR. You have a long position in one contract. Your margin account currently has a balance of $6,295. s

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    Fin 535, Spring 06, Additional BoP Accounting Exercises Explain how each of the following transactions will be classified and recorded in the debit and credit of the U.S. balance of payments. ConAga, a U.S. agribusiness, exports $80m of soybeans to

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    Commercial Production Company seeks: Accounting Intern A top commercial production company seeks an accounting intern to assist in filing, A/P functions, archiving, among other things. Must have accounting experience or be an accounting student. Must

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    Balance of Payment and National Income Chapter Three Appendix Accounting Sources of the U.S. Trade Deficit Chapter Objectives: Introduction to the mathematical expression between balance-of-payments and National Income Accounting. Investigate causes

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    Balance of Payment and National Income Chapter Three Appendix Accounting Sources of the U.S. Trade Deficit Chapter Objectives: Introduction to the mathematical expression between balance-of-payments and National Income Accounting. Investigate causes

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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 2-0 Copyright 2007 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. The International Monetary System Chapter Objective: INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Chapter Two 2 T

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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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    Fin 535, Spring 07, Chapter 7 Additional Homework 1. (Marking-to-market) Assume todays settlement price on a CME EUR futures contract is $1.2590/EUR. You have a long position in one contract. Your margin account currently has a balance of $6,295. The

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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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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 131 Copyright 2007 by The McGrawHill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. International Equity Markets Chapter Objective: This chapter discusses both the primary and secondary equ

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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 111 Copyright2007byTheMcGrawHillCompanies,Inc.Allrightsreserved. International Banking and Money Market Chapter Objective: This chapter serves to begin our discussion of world financ

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    Fin 535, Spring 07, Chapter 6 exercises 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. The spot e

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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 6-0 Copyright 2007 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. International Parity Relationships & Forecasting Chapter Six Foreign Exchange Rates INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL

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    Page 128-129 Questions: 3. Who are the market participants in the foreign exchange market? Answer: The market participants that comprise the FX market can be categorized into five groups: international banks, bank customers, non-bank dealers, FX brok

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    Version Solution Fin 535.01 Sample Quiz 2 1(4pts). 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

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    Page 100 2. The public corporation is owned by multitude of shareholders but managed by professional managers. Managers can take self-interested actions at the expense of shareholders. Discuss the conditions under which the so-called agency problem a

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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 5-0 Copyright 2007 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. The Market for Foreign Exchange Chapter Objectives: INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Chapter Five 5 T

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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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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK The International Monetary System Chapter Objective: INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Chapter Two 2 This chapter serves to introduce the student to the institutional framework wit

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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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    Gains From Trade: The Theory of Comparative Appendix Chapter 1 Advantage INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Third Edition EUN / RESNICK 1A 1A1 Copyright 2003 by The McGrawHill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. The Theory of Comparative Adva

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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 11 Copyright 2007 by The McGrawHill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Globalization & the Multinational Firm Chapter Objectives: Understand why it is important to study internat

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    Main Economic Indicators: Turkey and U.S. , 97-05 TIME PERIOD 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 SERIES TUR USD/TRY exchange rate end period - units: cents/TRY 486.37 318 184.71 148.5 68.96 TUR TRY/USD exchange rate monthly average - units: national currency 0

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    Source: OECD Mexico Macroeconomic Indicators-Quarterly Data (91-96) TIME PERIOD SERIES Unemployment Rate (%) Comsumer Prices Index-CPI (pesos) Interest Rate Exchange Rate (Peso/USD) BOP BCA (USD mln) Foreign Reserve Assets in Dollars (USD mln) BOP BK

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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

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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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    - 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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    Chapter 4 Handout Corporate Governance around the World The Agency Problem Consequences of the Agency Problem in Corporate Governance Remedies The Agency Problem Managers are hired by corporate owners. In economics, the managers are agents and t

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    The Mexican Peso Crisis of 94' In December of 1994 the Mexican government announced that it would devalue it's peso against the dollar by 14 percent. Realizing that their investments were also to be devalued, foreign investors tried to cash out as q

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    Page 128-129 Questions: 3. Who are the market participants in the foreign exchange market? Answer: The market participants that comprise the FX market can be categorized into five groups: international banks, bank customers, non-bank dealers, FX brok

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    Company Gemini Partners, Inc. is a Los Angeles based boutique investment bank providing small to middle market private and public companies corporate finance, merger and acquisition advisory and valuation advisory services. Qualifications The ideal c

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    San Francisco State University Finance 535: International Trade and Finance Spring 2006 Instructor: Mr. Ming Li Office: Bus 305 Prerequisites: A grade of C- or better in Fin 350; IBUS 330 and ISYS 263 or pass computer information systems proficiency

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    Fin 535, Spring 06, Chapter 9 Additional Homework 1. (Marking-to-market) Assume today's settlement price on a CME EUR futures contract is $1.2590/EUR. You have a long position in one contract. Your margin account currently has a balance of $6,295. Th

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    Fin 535, Spring 06, Chapter 9 Additional Homework #2 1. (Binomial Pricing:understand replicating) Given following information, determine the price of a oneyear European options contract which pays $20.4 if spot rate is SuT =$1.6/, or 0 if spot rate i

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    Fin 535, Spring 07, Chapter 7 Additional Homework #2 1. (Binomial Pricing: replicating) Given following information, determine the price of a one-year European options contract which pays $20.4 if spot rate is SuT =$1.6/, or 0 if spot rate is SdT=$1.

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    Fin 535, Spring 06, Solution to Chapter 6 exercises in class 1. (Forward Rate Agreement) A bank sells a "three against six" $1,000,000 FRA for a threemonth period beginning three months from today and ending six months from today. The purpose of the

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    Fin 535, Spring 06, Chapter 4 additional exercises 1. (Triangular Arbitrage) You are given following exchange rates, Citigroup 100/$ Credit Suisse 1/$ Deutsche Bank 0.016/ (a) Is there a profitable opportunity from these rates? How do you make such c

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    Interest Rate & Currency Swaps INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK Chapter Objective: INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Chapter Fourteen 14 This chapter discusses currency and interest rate swaps, which are relativel

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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 7-0 Copyright 2007 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Futures and Options on Foreign Exchange Chapter Objective: INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Chapter Sev

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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 5-0 Copyright 2007 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. The Market for Foreign Exchange Chapter Objectives: INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Chapter Five 5 T

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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 4-0 Copyright 2007 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Corporate Governance Around the World Chapter Objective: Chapter Four 4 INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEME

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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 3-0 Copyright 2007 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. The Balance of Payments Chapter Objective: INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Chapter Three 3 This chap

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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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    Fin 535, Fall 06, Chapter 7 Additional Homework #2 1. (Binomial Pricing: understand replicating) Given following information, determine the price of a one-year European options contract which pays $20.4 if spot rate is SuT =$1.6/, or 0 if spot rate i

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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

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    Page 185 Questions: 1. Explain the basic differences between the operation of a currency forward market and a futures market. Answer: The forward market is an OTC market where the forward contract for purchase or sale of foreign currency is tailor-m

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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 71 Copyright 2007 by The McGrawHill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Futures and Options on Foreign Exchange Chapter Objective: This chapter discusses exchange-traded currency

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    Page 287-288 QUESTIONS 1. Briefly discuss some of the services that international banks provide their customers and the market place. Answer: International banks can be characterized by the types of services they provide that distinguish them from

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    Page156-157 Questions: 2. Discuss the implications of the interest rate parity for the exchange rate determination. Answer: Assuming that the forward exchange rate is roughly an unbiased predictor of the future spot rate, IRP can be written as: S

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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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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 61 Copyright2007byTheMcGrawHillCompanies,Inc.Allrightsreserved. International Parity Relationships & Forecasting Chapter Six Foreign Exchange Rates INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL Chapter Obj

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    Fin 535, Spring 2007, Ch5 additional exercises 1. (Triangular Arbitrage) You are given following exchange rates, Citigroup 100/$ Credit Suisse 1/$ Deutsche Bank 0.016/ (a) Is there a profitable opportunity from these rates? How do you make such concl

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    Fin 535, Spring 2007, Ch5 exercises 1. (Triangular Arbitrage) You are given following exchange rate quotations from three banks, Citigroup 100/$ Credit Suisse 1/$ Deutsche Bank 0.016/ (a) Is there a profitable opportunity from these rates? How do you

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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 4-0 Copyright 2007 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Corporate Governance Around the World Chapter Objective: Chapter Four 4 INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEME

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    Fin 535, BoP Accounting Exercises Explain how each of the following transactions will be classified (CA, KA or RA) and recorded (debit or credit) in the U.S. balance of payments. ConAga, a U.S. agribusiness, exports $80m of soybeans to China and rec

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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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    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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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 31 Copyright 2007 by The McGrawHill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. The Balance of Payments Chapter Objective: This chapter serves to introduce the student to the balance of

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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 21 Copyright 2007 by The McGrawHill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. The International Monetary System Chapter Objective: This chapter serves to introduce the student to the i

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    Gains From Trade: The Theory of Comparative Appendix Chapter 1 Advantage INTERNATIONAL 1A The Theory of Comparative Advantage Definition: a comparative advantage exists when one party can produce a good or service at a lower opportunity cost than a

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    A Short Review of the Long History of Turkish High Inflation Aykut Kibritiolu Department of Economics Faculty of Political Sciences Ankara University TR-06590 Cebeci, Ankara, Turkey E-mail: kibritci@politics.ankara.edu.tr Homepage: http:/politics.ank

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    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. Following is a general outline of a report w

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    Version A Answer Key Fin 535.01 Quiz 1, Feb 20 1. Country A can produce 10 pounds of food or 5 yards of textiles per unit of input. The opportunity cost of producing food instead of textiles is _ yard of textiles/ per pound of food_. The opportuni

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    Fin 535, Spring 06, Chapter 9 Additional Homework #2 1. (Binomial Pricing:understand replicating) Given following information, determine the price of a one-year European options contract which pays $20.4 if spot rate is SuT =$1.6/, or 0 if spot rate

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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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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 121 Copyright 2007 by The McGrawHill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. International Bond Market Chapter Objective: This chapter continues discussion of international capital m

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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 51 Copyright2007byTheMcGrawHillCompanies,Inc.Allrightsreserved. The Market for Foreign Exchange Chapter Objectives: This chapter serves to introduce the student to the institutional

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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 41 Copyright 2007 by The McGrawHill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Corporate Governance Around the World Chapter Objective: Chapter Four 4 This chapter discusses corporate

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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

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    INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Fourth Edition EUN / RESNICK 3-0 Copyright 2007 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. The Balance of Payments Chapter Objective: INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Chapter Three 3 This chap

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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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    The Mexican Peso Crisis Joseph A. Whitt, Jr. I The author is an economist in the macropolicy section of the Atlanta Fed's research department. Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta n the early 1990s the Mexican economy seemed healthy. It was growing agai

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