International trade is a complex area of study. Effects of policies, currencies, tariffs, trading arrangement, and other variables not only impact a country but a region andthe global economy. Examine the monetary aspects of international trade. Explain two monetary effects for balance of payment, foreign exchange, andexchange
Describe briefly the advantages and disadvantages of both floating and fixed exchange-rate systems. Which do you think the world will move toward in the future?
Give your response some thought, cite all sources.
Intel has the choice of borrowing dollars at 9.5% or yen at 7% for one year. The current exchange rate is ?152=$1. At what end of year exchange rate would the yen costs of these two loans be equal?
Thebalance of each loan is compared after one year. Setting these balances equal to each other gives you a ratio which is the d
8. (Balance of Payments) Explain where in the U.S. balance of payments an entry would be made for each of the following:
a. A Hong Kong financier buys some U.S. corporate stock.
b. A U.S. tourist in Paris buys some perfume to take home.
c. A Japanese company sells machinery to a pineapple company in Hawaii.
d. U.S. far
5. If the demand for a country's exports falls at the same time that tariffs on imports are raised, will the country's currency tend to appreciate or depreciate in the long run?
10. Mexican peso trading at 10 pesos per dollar. If expected U.S. inflation rate is 2% while expected Mexican inflation rate is 23% over next year, w
Kenya is a state that is a part of the African Nation. Talk about theexchangeratesandtheir money supply. Also write about whether or not Kenya has a promising future. What is there macroeconomic policy?
Please find the information in the attachment. Show all formulas and calculations and send in a word or excel document.
17-1. (Spot exchangerates)
An American business needs to pay (a) 10,000 Canadian dollars, (b) 2 million yen, and (c) 50,000 Swiss francs to businesses abroad. What are the dollar payments to the respecti