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Forex graphs

  1. 1. 1. How are you on the demand side of the loanable funds market? 2. How are you the supply side of the loanable funds market? 3. Calculate the real interest rate if the CPI is 4% and the interest rate is 6% 4. How would your behavior change if the interest rate increased, but CPI stayed constant?
  2. 2.  Exports $100B to India & Japan  Imports $50 B from India & Japan  Net Exports  Current Account  Capital Account  NCO?  Imports $75B to China & Japan  Exports $25B to China and Japan  Net Exports  Current Account  Capital Account  NCO? NCO = purchases of F. Assets by locals – purchases of domestic assets by foreigners  Exports $75B to India & China  Imports $75B from India & China  Net Exports  Current Account  Capital Account  NCO?
  3. 3. Change to r?
  4. 4.  US firms increase direct investment in a poor country such as Guatemala?  Loanable funds in US S or D?  What happens to NCO?  How does that effect the US $ exchange rate in the Forex market?
  5. 5. Page 691 Problem #1,6, 8, 9, 10,11
  6. 6.  Balance of payments  Net importer/Exporter (explanation of why) (oil)  NCO  Trading blocs  5 export goods  3 imported goods  Exchange rate between US, Euro, Yen  Graph: 10 year history of exchange rate between US Dollar  Cite your source Choose 1: Poster Pamphlet Essay Website

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