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    Risks of Owning a Foreign Entity

    Owning a foreign entity poses many risks. One such risk is translation risk or the risk that assets will lose substantial value from one time period to another due to large fluctuations in exchange rates. Discuss.

    Taurus Telecommunications Corporation: A New Prepaid Phonecard

    See the attached file. Abstract: A small firm operating in the U.S. prepaid-phone-card industry is considering a new $5 phone card offering 60 minutes of service to Mexico. The sales group at the company believes the card will be a market success. The brand manager, skeptical of the card's potential profitability, has b

    Emerging Issues Task Force: Accounting for multiple exchange rates

    Emerging Issues Task Force (EITF) related to Accounting for Multiple Exchange Rates, Issue No. 10B. The most recent information may be found on the FASB Web site at http://www.fasb.org/home. 1. Discuss how the Emerging Issues Task Force influences Generally Accepted Accounting Standards. 2. Discuss the principal issue rela

    Guide to Doing Business in China

    Long-term investment projects require a thorough understanding of all attributes of doing business in that country, including import/export restrictions, labor relations, supplier financing, tax rules, depreciation schedules, currency properties and restrictions, and sources of short-term and long-term debt, to name a few. China

    Main Challenges to Global Financial Management

    Please help answer the following questions. Provide at least 200 words. Include references as part of the solution. What are the main challenges of global financial management? What is foreign exchange risk management? Is it important for companies going international? Why?

    Darron Co: Amount of the translation adjustment for 2011

    Darron Co. was formed on January 1, 2011 as a wholly owned foreign subsidiary of a U.S. corporation. Darron's functional currency was the stickle (§). The following transactions and events occurred during 2011: Jan. 1 Darron issued common stock for §1,000,000. June 30 Darron paid dividends of §20,000. Dec. 31 Darron repo

    translation of financial statement

    attached P18-2 Translation of financial statements A U.S.-based MNC has a subsidiary in France (local currency, euro, ;). The balance sheet and income statement of the subsidiary follow. On 12/31/09, the exchange rate is US$1.20/;. Assume that the local (euro) figures for the statements remain the same on 12/31/10. Calcula

    Calculating Dollar Cost of a JPY Loan

    ABC Inc. borrows 100m JPY when JPY spot rate is JPY120/$. The JPY interest rate for the loan is 3%. One year later when ABC pays back the JPY principal and interest, the exchange rate is JPY 95/$. What is the dollar cost of ABC's JPY loan?

    MBA-Finance homework questions

    Please these are homework questions and they do not need to be very long but concrete and complete answers to the questions. Answer these questions in light of Real Estate Finance. Real Estate. 1. What items should be considered when forecasting income and expenses for real estate over the investor's anticipated holding perio

    Foreign Trade Journal Entries

    PLEASE SEE ATTACHED FILE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS CH 12 - 3 - Foreign Trade Journal Entries and Forward On December 1, 2008, King Company exported equipment that had cost $210,000 to a Brazilian company for 1,000,000 Real. The account is to be settled on January 31, 2009, King Company is a calendar-yea

    Expected exchange rate

    The spot rate on the Canadian dollar is 1.23. Interest rates in Canada are expected to average 4.2 percent while they are anticipated to be 3.3 percent in the U.S. What is the expected exchange rate three years from now? a) C$1.2760 b) C$1.2635 c) C$1.2483 d) C$1.2108

    If the net baht received from the Thailand operation are invested in Thailand, how will U.S. operations be affected? (Assume that Blades is currently paying 10 percent on dollars borrowed and needs more financing for its firm.)

    CASE STUDY Here is the story... we are to use the Indian Rupee in place of the Thai baht As a financial analyst for Blades, Inc., you are reasonably satisfied with Blades' current setup of exporting "Speedos" (roller blades) to Thailand. Due to the unique arrangement with Blades' primary customer in Thailand, forecasting

    Managing Exchange Rate Risk

    China and the Value of the Yuan Prior to the financial crisis on 2007/2008 the US Treasury Department as well as Congress had been asking China to revalue upwards the value of their Renminbi or Yuan. China responded to these repeated requests by allowing the Yuan to trade within a narrow band. The band itself was then shifted u

    Assume the role of a CFO of a mid-sized company that exports to Europe. Your company received a contract to supply components to a German manufacturer. Discuss the various approaches available to help you accurately forecast exchange rates. Identify the implications of exchange-rate changes on the company's marketing, production, and financial decisions.

    Assume the role of a CFO of a mid-sized company that exports to Europe. Your company received a contract to supply components to a German manufacturer. Discuss the various approaches available to help you accurately forecast exchange rates. Identify the implications of exchange-rate changes on the company's marketing, production

    Exchange rate between British pound sterling and US dollar

    Assume that the exchange rate between the British pound sterling and the U.S. dollar is £1 = $2.03. Visiting Harrods, you find a rare Economics book that you simply cannot live without. The price is £55.50 pounds. The dollar price is (approx): Multiple choice: a. $17 b. $39 c. $105 d. $1

    Operational Assets & Depletion Problems

    Please help with the attachment. P 11-5 Property, plant, and equipment and intangible assets; comprehensive The Thompson Corporation, a manufacturer of steel products, began operations on October 1, 2009. The accounting department of Thompson has started the fixed-asset and depreciation schedule presented below. You ha

    Exchange rates

    Exchange rates for several currencies are shown below. They are shown as direct or indirect from the standpoint of a U.S. company. U.S. Dollar/Yen U.S. Dollar/ Peso Euro/U.S. Dollar (indirect) (indirect) (direct) Spot

    Exchange Rate Calculation

    1. If the spot rate for the Won is 800 won equals 1 US $, and the annual interest rate on fixed rate one-year deposits of won is 9% and for US$ is 3%, what is the one-year forward rate for one won in terms of dollars? Assuming the same interest rates, what is the 8-month forward rate for one dollar in terms of won? Is this an in

    Cultural differences between brazil and US

    What are some of the most prominent cultural differences between the chosen country and the United States? What could be the impact of these differences on business activities?

    Compare and Contrast the Structure: Insurance Industry vs Banking Industry

    1. What are Fed dollars and bank dollars? How do they differ? What are the different ways of making payment with each? 2. What is float? How does it affect the efficiency of the payments system? How does it affect the efficiency of the economy? How does it affect the profits of banks? What could be done to eliminate o

    Calculation of the Exchange Rates for Major International Currencies

    7.1 Find a Web site that shows exchange rates for all major international currencies. At the time of writing, XE.com and oanda.com are examples of such sites. A. Is the British Pound shown? If not, why not? (You might have to do some investigation online if you're not familiar with the history of European currency.) B. Wha

    Currency Exchange for Exporters Between U.S. and Japan

    Use the following information to answer questions 1 and 2. The current exchange rate between the U.S. dollar and the Japanese yen is $1 = 102.690 yen. The one month forward rate is $1 = 102.505 yen. The two month forward rate is $1 = 102.349 yen. The three month forward rate is $1 = 102.207 yen. 1. How would a U.S. exporter