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Stronger and Weaker Dollar, Interest Rate Parity

Springfield Co., based in the U.S., has a cost of goods sold attributable to foreign material orders that exceeds its foreign revenue. All foreign transactions are denominated in the foreign currency of concern. This firm would _______ a stronger dollar and would _______ a weaker dollar.
benefit from; be unaffected by
benefit from; be adversely affected by
be unaffected by; be adversely affected by
be unaffected by; benefit from
benefit from; benefit from

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Based on interest rate parity, the larger the degree by which the U.S. interest rate exceeds the foreign interest rate, the:
larger will be the forward discount of the foreign currency.
larger will be the forward premium of the foreign currency.
smaller will be the forward premium of the foreign currency.
smaller will be the forward discount of the foreign currency

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Springfield Co., based in the U.S., has a cost of goods sold attributable to foreign material orders that exceeds its foreign revenue. All foreign transactions are denominated in the foreign currency of concern. This firm would _______ a stronger dollar and would _______ a weaker dollar.
benefit from; be unaffected by
benefit from; ...

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