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Internation basinass

international baisinaiss

market for converting the currency of one country into that of another countraiy foreign exchange market
the rate at which one currency is converted into another exchange rate
short term movement of funds from one currency to another in hopes of gettin paid son currency speculation
firm that insures itself against foreign exchange risk hedging
rate that a foreign exchange dealer converts one currency into another on a particular dizzle spot exchange rate
What three factors effect future exchange rate movements a country's price inflation, a country's interest rate, and market pyschology
allowing residents and non residents to purchase unlimited amounts of a country's currency freely convertible
when residents and non residents rush to convert their holdings of domestic into foreign currency Capital flight
barter like agreements when firms trade goods and services instead of currency countertrade
the extent of which the income of individual transactions is affected by fluctuations in foreign exchange values Transaction exposure
impact of currency exchange rate changes on the reported financial statements of a company translation exposure
is the extent to which a firm’s future international earning power is affected by changes in exchange rates Economic exposure
under this system, a fixed exchange rate was established, all currencies were fixed to gold, but only the u.s. dollar could be converted to gold, and established the IMF and world bank Bretton Woods
What two measures did the IMF use to execute the main goal of Bretton Woods Discipline and Flexibility
floating rates became acceptable, gold was abandoned, and IMF quotas were increased to 41 billion Jamaica Agreement
commit to converting their domestic currency on demand into another currency at a fixed exchange rate Currency board
Currency Management, Business Strategy, and corporate-governance relations are needed for what? understanding the international monetary system
the financial service companies that connect investors and borrowers, either directly or indirectly Market Makers
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