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  1. International Trade- How does it occur?
    Some countries may accept U.S Currency but many demand payment in native currency. its logical because i wouldnt accept payment for work in british pounds.
    Capital flows in and out of countries based on investment opportunities in that country vs. another.
    the flow of international capital into and out of the U.S is determined by the returns offered in the U.S. Vs. those of another country
    Capital flows in and out of countries based on investment opportunities in that country vs. another.

    the flow of international capital into and out of the U.S is determined by the returns offered in the U.S. Vs. those of another country
  2. Exchange Rate
    Number of unites of foreign currency that can be exchanged for on unit of domestic currency
    affects the level and destination of U.S. ag exports and imports
    the relative price (one price vs. another) determines which goods are traded and when they are shipped.
  3. Market equivalents
    We use Xchange rates to convert international market prices to domestic currency equivalents.
    For example. the exporters currency declines in value. Importers cost of foreign xchange decreases. lowers the price of commodity in import market, thereby increasing quantity demanded. Mex importers and U.S. Exporters are happy. world prices increase. induced exporters to increase sales
    • Market Equivalents
    • exporters currency rises in value
    • importers cost of foreign exchange increases
    • this rasies the price of the commodity in the imports markets, thereby decreasing quantity demanded.
    • world prices decrease, induces exporters to decrease sales.
  4. Weak Vs. Strong
    a currencys value relative to antoher currency may change from day to day or minute by minute.
    Weak- currency is worthless relative to another nations currency (3 pesos to every dollar)
    Strong- currecny is worth more relative to another nations currency
    • Comparisons
    • Strong- 1 us dollar equals 1.22 canadian
    • Weak- 1 dollar us equals 2.76 brasilian real. tkes 2 brl to buy a dollar
  5. Currency Appreciation
    currency may gain or lose value relative to another nations currency.
    Appreciation refers to an increase in foreign price of a domestic currency
    • example
    • 12/8= 1 us dollar = 1.22c
    • 12/9 1 us dollar= 1.21c
    • canadian appreciated, us depreciated
    • canadian dollar appreciated cuz it takes fewer canadian to buy a u.s. dollar
  6. Currency Depreciation
    refers to a decrease in foreign price of a domestic currency
    example
    12/8 1 us dollar equals 2.76 BRL
    12/9 1 us equals 2.75 BRL
    • Calculated exchange rates divide 1 dollar by other currency
    • World Currency Symbols - - Currency Codes AFGHANISTAN AFGHAN AFA
    • ALBANIA LEK ALL. ANGOLA KWANZA AON
    • ARGENTINA PESO ARS.ARMENIA DRAM AMD
    • AUSTRALIA DOLLAR AUD,AUSTRIA EURO EUR, ALGERIA DINAR DZD
    • AZERBAIJAN MANAT AZM,BAHAMAS DOLLAR BSD ,BAHRAIN DINAR BHD
    • BANGLADESH TAKA BDT

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