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Exchange rate of a Rupee

BUS 635 Business Economics for the World Market
Session 7 Bonus Points
10 Points (max) to be added to final total

Note: This portion should take about 10-20 minutes to complete IF YOU ARE PREPARED. If you are NOT well-prepared will take much longer, depending upon how long it takes you to study and learn it.

Due: July 10 noon

Please complete this exercise in Word and submit an electronic copy of it. This is to be independent work. Do not "check" one another's work. Do not compare answers. Do not copy one another's work. Do not collaborate on answers. Reason out the answers yourself and submit your best responses to the questions posed. The take home bonus that you submit should reflect your own level of understanding.

On Friday September 20, 2013, India's Central Bank, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), moved to raise interest rates. Assume the impact was an increase in the real interest rate on India's securities denominated in the Indian rupee (INR). Earlier that week, the US Federal Reserve announced it would continue its policy of maintaining low US interest rates.

A. The US and India are trading partners. Given the information and assumption above, what is the net result on India's relative real interest rate (compared to the US interest rate)?

Choose one: INCREASE DECREASE NO CHANGE

B. Draw a graph depicting the market for foreign exchange between the U.S. and India, which depicts specifically the market for the Indian Rupee. You must label each axis correctly, each curve correctly, and the initial equilibrium exchange rate correctly.

C. Given your answer above, explain whether, all else equal, the demand for the IRP increases, decreases, or remains unchanged. Explain the reason for your answer and depict it on your graph above.

D. Given your answer above, explain whether, all else equal, the supply of the IRP increases, decreases, or remains unchanged. Explain the reason for your answer and depict it on your graph above.

E. What happens to the value of the rupee against the dollar? Depict the new equilibrium on the graph above.

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BUS 635 Business Economics for the World Market
Session 7 Bonus Points
10 Points (max) to be added to final total

Note: This portion should take about 10-20 minutes to complete IF YOU ARE PREPARED. If you are NOT well-prepared will take much longer, depending upon how long it takes you to study and learn it.

Due: July 10 noon

Please complete this exercise in Word and submit an electronic copy of it. This is to be independent work. Do not "check" one another's work. Do not compare answers. Do not copy one another's work. Do not collaborate on answers. Reason out the answers yourself and ...

Solution Summary

Exchange rate is the value of one currency (the numerator) in relation to another currency (the denominator). For example $/IRP is the value of US dollar for a unit of Indian Rupee (IRP). As the demand for Indian Rupee increases, its value as compared to USD will increase, and vice versa. In other words, IRP appreciates against USD or USD depreciates against IRP.

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