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7) What would the foreign interest rate need to be to achieve interest rate parity if the domestic interest rate is 5%, the forward rate is 1.48 and the spot rate is 1.5?A) 6%B) 8%C) 7%D) 2%8) Suppose an individual firm is comparing two investments, a one year bond from a U.S. firm paying 4% or a one year bond from a German firm which is paying 6%. The current dollars-per-euro rate is 0.75, and the expected rate in one year is 0.72. If the expected rate is correct, which investment will receive the higher return?A) The U.S. BondB) The German BondC) They will have the same return.D) This cannot be determined from the information given.9) If covered interest parity holds thenA) international interest rates should be equalC) firm should be able to identify opportunities for arbitrage in investments.D) forward rates should equal spot rates.10) Suppose an individual firm is comparing two investments, a one year bond from a U.S. firm paying 4% or a one year bond from a German firm which is paying 6%. The current dollars-per-euro rate is 0.75, and the expected rate in one year is 0.78. If the expected rate is correct, which investment will yields a covered interest arbitrage opportunity?A) The U.S. BondB) The German BondC) They will have the same returnD) This cannot be determined from the information given.11) The difference between the covered and uncovered interest parity conditions is A) whether or not the investment return rates are guaranteed.  B) how far out the expected spot rates are given.C) whether or not the foreign interest rate is known.D) whether or not the future exchange value is secured with a hedge.12) When an investment carries a higher than expect return to compensate an individual for uncertainty, this is known as a A) risk premium.B) uncovered interest arbitrage opportunity.C) hedge.D) translation exposure.13) Risk that is associated with a government holding too much debt would be consideredA) ) part of foreign exchange riskB. country risk.C) translation exposure.D) uncovered.14) Which of the following is a carry trade strategy?A) Borrow currency with a low interest rate, convert it into a currency with a higher interest rate and lend it out.B) Buy currencies that have a forward discount and sell currencies at a forward premium.C) Sell currencies that have a forward discount and buy currencies at a forward premium. D) both A and B15) One of the problems in determining how efficient foreign exchange markets are is thatA) traders' expectations of risk premiums may be false.B) foreign exchange markets include only developed currencies.C) supply of foreign currencies are determined by governments.D) uncovered interest parity might exist.16) What is the difference between international money markets and international capital markets?A) the direction of financial flows in the market B) the risk premium of the instruments in the marketC) the length of maturities for the instrumentsD) the countries that participate in the markets17) A Eurocurrency is a A). bank account located in England.  B) bank account in the Eurozone.C) bank account denominated in euros in the EU.D) bank account denominated in a currency other than the nation in which the deposit is located18) One possible source of the first Eurocurrency account was a result of theA Oil Crisis in the 1970s.B) Second World War.C) Cold War.D) the Erie Canal.19) In the graph above, which points reflect an interest parity arbitrage opportunity?A) point AB) point BC) point CD) points B and C20) In the graph above, what do the dotted lines represent?A) transaction and opportunity costsB) the boundaries of profitability for arbitrageC) the risk premium associated with the countriesD) the variability in spot rate expectations

7) What would the foreign interest rate need to be to achieve interest rate parity if the domestic interest rate is 5%, the forward rate is 1.48 and the spot rate is 1.5?

A) 6%

B) 8%

C) 7%

D) 2%

8) Suppose an individual firm is comparing two investments, a one year bond from a U.S. firm paying 4% or a one year bond from a German firm which is paying 6%. The current dollars-per-euro rate is 0.75, and the expected rate in one year is 0.72. If the expected rate is correct, which investment will receive the higher return?

A) The U.S. Bond

B) The German Bond

C) They will have the same return.

D) This cannot be determined from the information given.

9) If covered interest parity holds then

A) international interest rates should be equal

C) firm should be able to identify opportunities for arbitrage in investments.

D) forward rates should equal spot rates.

10) Suppose an individual firm is comparing two investments, a one year bond from a U.S. firm paying 4% or a one year bond from a German firm which is paying 6%. The current dollars-per-euro rate is 0.75, and the expected rate in one year is 0.78. If the expected rate is correct, which investment will yields a covered interest arbitrage opportunity?

A) The U.S. Bond

B) The German Bond

C) They will have the same return

D) This cannot be determined from the information given.

11) The difference between the covered and uncovered interest parity conditions is

A) whether or not the investment return rates are guaranteed.  

B) how far out the expected spot rates are given.

C) whether or not the foreign interest rate is known.

D) whether or not the future exchange value is secured with a hedge.

12) When an investment carries a higher than expect return to compensate an individual for uncertainty, this is known as a

A) risk premium.

B) uncovered interest arbitrage opportunity.

C) hedge.

D) translation exposure.

13) Risk that is associated with a government holding too much debt would be considered

A) ) part of foreign exchange risk

B. country risk.

C) translation exposure.

D) uncovered.

14) Which of the following is a carry trade strategy?

A) Borrow currency with a low interest rate, convert it into a currency with a higher interest rate and lend it out.

B) Buy currencies that have a forward discount and sell currencies at a forward premium.

C) Sell currencies that have a forward discount and buy currencies at a forward premium.

D) both A and B

15) One of the problems in determining how efficient foreign exchange markets are is that

A) traders’ expectations of risk premiums may be false.

B) foreign exchange markets include only developed currencies.

C) supply of foreign currencies are determined by governments.

D) uncovered interest parity might exist.

16) What is the difference between international money markets and international capital markets?

A) the direction of financial flows in the market 

B) the risk premium of the instruments in the market

C) the length of maturities for the instruments

D) the countries that participate in the markets

17) A Eurocurrency is a

A). bank account located in England.  

B) bank account in the Eurozone.

C) bank account denominated in euros in the EU.

D) bank account denominated in a currency other than the nation in which the deposit is located

18) One possible source of the first Eurocurrency account was a result of the

A Oil Crisis in the 1970s.

B) Second World War.

C) Cold War.

D) the Erie Canal.

19) In the graph above, which points reflect an interest parity arbitrage opportunity?

A) point A

B) point B

C) point C

D) points B and C

20) In the graph above, what do the dotted lines represent?

A) transaction and opportunity costs

B) the boundaries of profitability for arbitrage

C) the risk premium associated with the countries

D) the variability in spot rate expectations

 
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