If the Japanese firm expects the U.S. dollar to ____ against the yen, it would likely wish to hedge. It could hedge by ____ dollars forward.
13. Saller Co. has a subsidiary in Mexico. The expected cash flows in pesos to be received in the future from this subsidiary have not changed since last month, but the valuation of Saller Co. has declined since last month. What couldve caused this decline in value?
14. Jensen Co. wants to establish a new subsidiary in Mexico that will sell computers to Mexican customers and remit earnings back to the U.S. parent. The value of this project will be favorably affected if the value of the peso ____ while it establishes the new subsidiary and ____ when the subsidiary starts operations.
15. J&L Co. is a U.S.-based MNC that frequently exports computers to Italy. J&L typically invoices these goods in euros and is concerned that the euro will depreciate in the near future. Which of the following is not an appropriate technique under these circumstances?
17. Assume that Live Co. has expected cash flows of $200,000 from domestic operations, SF200, 000 from Swiss operations, and 150,000 euros from Italian operations at the end of the year. The Swiss francs value and euros value are expected to be $.83 and $1.29 respectively, at the end this year. What are the expected dollar cash flows of Live