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    Q11-7 When are foreign currency transaction gains or losses recognized in the financial statements? Where
    are these gains or losses reported in the financial statements?

    Q11-8 Sun Company, a U.S. corporation, has an account payable of $200,000 denominated in Canadian
    dollars. If the direct exchange rate increases, will Sun experience a foreign currency transaction gain or
    loss on this payable?

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    Q11-7 When are foreign currency transaction gains or losses recognized in the financial statements? Where
    are these gains or losses reported in the financial statements?

    Foreign currency transaction gains or losses are recognized at each balance sheet date and on the day that the transaction is settled.
    Gains and losses on those foreign currency transactions are generally ...

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    When are foreign currency transaction gains or losses recognized in the financial statements? Where
    are these gains or losses reported in the financial statements?

    Sun Company, a U.S. corporation, has an account payable of $200,000 denominated in Canadian
    dollars. If the direct exchange rate increases, will Sun experience a foreign currency transaction gain or
    loss on this payable?

    $2.49

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