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51. A U.S. firm has sold an Italian firm €1,000,000 worth of product. In one year the U.S. firm gets paid. To hedge, the U.S. firm bought put options on the euro with a strike price of $1.65. They paid an option premium $0.01 per euro. If at maturity, the exchange rate is $1.60, A. the firm will realize $1,145,000 on the sale net of the cost of hedging. B. the firm will realize $1,150,000 on the sale net of the cost of hedging. C. the firm will realize $1,140,000 on the sale net of the cost of hedging. D. none of the above
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Chapter 08 - Management of Transaction Exposure 52. Buying a currency option provides
53. Which of the following options strategies are internally consistent?
54. A Japanese EXPORTER has a €1,000,000 receivable due in one year . Detail a strategy using options that will eliminate exchange rate risk.
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Chapter 08 - Management of Transaction Exposure 55. A Japanese EXPORTER has a €1,000,000 receivable due in one year . Estimate the cost today of an options strategy that will eliminate exchange rate risk. A. $20,000 B. $5,000 C. $12,500 D. None of the above
56. A Japanese IMPORTER has a $1,250,000 PAYABLE due in one year . Detail a strategy using forward contract s that will hedge his exchange rate risk.
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Chapter 08 - Management of Transaction Exposure 57. A Japanese IMPORTER has a €1,000,000 PAYABLE due in one year . The one-year risk free rates are i $ = 4.03%; i = 6.05%; and i ¥ = 1%. Detail a strategy using forward contract s that will hedge his exchange rate risk. Have an estimate of how many contracts of what type.
58. XYZ Corporation, located in the United States, has an accounts payable obligation of ¥750 million payable in one year to a bank in Tokyo. Which of the following is NOT part of a money market hedge?

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