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EFB312 International Finance Part 1

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This is the first assignment for international finance and was completed in 2017 first semester

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EFB312 International Finance Part 1
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Economy Currency Foreign exchange market Purchasing power Exchange rate International trade Rates Economy of Australia Purchasing power parity Gross domestic product Economy of the United States Australian dollar
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Economy Currency Foreign exchange market Purchasing power Exchange rate International trade Rates Economy of Australia Purchasing power parity Gross domestic product Economy of the United States Australian dollar
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The exchange rates will be made up of a comparison between the Australian dollar against the United States (US) dollar and the European Euro. A total of three methodologies will be used to forecast the 12-month exchange rate. These methodologies include Balance of Payments, Asset Market Approach and Parity Conditions. Furthermore, this report will analyse the three methodologies and develop a strategy to generate a profit in one year’s time through the foreign exchange. Methodology 1: Balance of Payments The Balance of Payment theory is an outdated method that will not give an accurate prediction for the future spot rate forecast. Balance sheets do not have the same affect as they used to have in the past. For these reasons, it will not be used to forecast future rates in 2018. Methodology 2: Asset Market Approach The Australian economy grew by 1.1 percent i...
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