(TCO I) A U.S. investor has borrowed pounds, converted them to dollars, and invested the dollars in the U.S. to take advantage

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FIN 564 Management of Financial Institutions Week 7 Quiz Answers

 

    1. (TCO I) A U.S. investor has borrowed pounds, converted them to dollars, and invested the dollars in the U.S. to take advantage of interest rate differentials. To cover the currency risk, the investor should
    2. (TCO I)  A Japanese investor can earn a 1% annual interest rate in Japan, or about 3.5% per year in the U.S. If the spot exchange rate is 101 yen to the dollar at what one year forward rate would an investor be indifferent between the U.S. and Japanese investments?
    3. (TCO I) The levels of foreign currency assets, and liabilities at banks have _____ in recent years, and the level of foreign currency trading has _____
    4. (TCO I)  You have agreed to deliver the underlying commodity on a futures contract in 90 days. Today, the underlying commodity price rises and you get a margin call. You must have
  • (TCO I)  In a bear market, which option positions make money?
    I. Buying a call
    II. Writing a call
    III . Buying a put
    IV. Writing a put