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# Assume the following information: u. s. deposit rate for 1 year = 11% u. s. borrowing rate for 1 year = 12% new zealand deposit rate for 1 year = 8% new zealand borrowing rate for 1 year = 9% new zealand dollar forward rate for 1 year = \$.40 new zealand dollar spot rate = \$.39 also assume that a u. s. exporter denominates its new zealand exports in nz\$ and expects to receive nz\$600,000 in 1 year. you are a consultant for this firm. using the information above, what will be the approximate value of these exports in 1 year in u. s. dollars given that the firm executes a money market hedge? a) \$238,294. b) \$232,591 c) \$234,000. d) \$236,127.   ### Other questions on the subject: Business What is the relationship between marginal external​ cost, marginal social​ cost, and marginal private​ cost? a. marginal social cost equals marginal private cost plus marginal external cost. b. marginal private cost plus marginal social cost equals marginal external cost. c. marginal social cost plus marginal external cost equals marginal private cost. d. marginal external cost equals marginal private cost minus marginal social cost. marginal external cost​ a. is expressed in​ dollars, so it is not an opportunity cost b. is an opportunity cost borne by someone other than the producer c. is equal to two times the marginal private cost d. is a convenient economics concept that is not real The total value of your portfolio is \$10,000: \$3,000 of it is invested in stock a and the remainder invested in stock b. stock a has a beta of 0.8; stock b has a beta of 1.2. the risk premium on the market portfolio is 8%; the risk-free rate is 2%. additional information on stocks a and b is provided below. return in each state state probability of state stock a stock b excellent 15% 15% 5% normal 50% 9% 7% poor 35% -15% 10% what are each stock’s expected return and the standard deviation? what are the expected return and the standard deviation of your portfolio? what is the beta of your portfolio? using capm, what is the expected return on the portfolio? given your answer above, would you buy, sell, or hold the portfolio? Suppose that the firm cherryblossom has an orchard they are willing to sell today. the net annual returns to the orchard are expected to be \$50,000 per year for the next 20 years. at the end of 20 years, it is expected the land will sell for \$30,000. calculate the market value of the orchard if the market rate of return on comparable investments is 16%. Margaret company reported the following information for the current​ year: net sales ​\$3,000,000 purchases ​\$1,957,000 beginning inventory ​\$245,000 ending inventory ​\$115,000 cost of goods sold ​65% of sales industry averages available​ are: inventory turnover 5.29 gross profit percentage ​28% how do the inventory turnover and gross profit percentage for margaret company compare to the industry averages for the same​ ratios? (round inventory turnover to two decimal places. round gross profit percentage to the nearest​ percent.)
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Assume the following information:

u. s. deposit rate for 1 year = 11%
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