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Currency fluctuations: European Inflation and Exchange Risk

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29. If U.S. inflation suddenly increased while European inflation stayed the same, there would be:
a. an increased U.S. demand for euros and an increased supply of euros for sale.
b. a decreased U.S. demand for euros and an increased supply of euros for sale.
c. a decreased U.S. demand for euros and a decreased supply of euros for sale.
d. an increased U.S. demand for euros and a decreased supply of euros for sale

2. A domestic firm that produces and sells its products in one country:
a. Can have no foreign exchange risk.
b. Could face foreign exchange risk.
c. Can face no political risk.
d. Is an example of a market imperfection.

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29. If U.S. inflation suddenly increased while European inflation stayed the same, there would be:
a. an increased U.S. demand for euros and an increased supply of euros for sale.
b. a decreased U.S. demand for euros and an increased supply of euros for sale.
c. a decreased U.S. ...

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