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Multiple Regression / HW3
« Last post by Rarafa on August 06, 2018, 08:26:26 am »
HW3
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Extracting Data From Financial Statments in Excel / HW2
« Last post by Rarafa on August 06, 2018, 07:43:31 am »
Dear Prof. Azarmi,
attached you will find my second homework.
Best regards
Reem Arafa
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Hi Prof. Azarmi,

here I submit homework 1 to 4 all in one file.

Best regards,

Borja
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Extracting Data From Financial Statments in Excel / Re: HW2
« Last post by annasinner on August 02, 2018, 12:42:28 am »
Updated
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Extracting Data From Financial Statments in Excel / Re: HW3
« Last post by annasinner on August 02, 2018, 12:40:56 am »
Chose different variables, which were later used for stata.
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Lecture 13: International Finance Theory and Parity Conditions / PPP HW
« Last post by nunomvmj on July 24, 2018, 01:08:51 pm »
Dear Prof. Azarmi,

Please find attached the file regarding the PPP HW assignment.

Regards
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Homework Corporate Governance Sweden
Anne Heilmann 196792
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Dear Pr. Dr. Ted Azarmi,

Please find attached the Homeworks Nº 1, 2 & 3 from Cost Accounting


Greetings,

Daniel Jiménez Cremers
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Malaysia
The currency:  Malaysian ringgit (MYR)

Introduction and history: The ringgit replaced the Malaysian dollar in 1993 and has been the official currency in Malaysia since then. It is also unofficially used in Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. The ringgit is issued by the Bank Negara Malaysia.

Is it a fixed or a floating exchange rate? Floating (back in 1990s it was fixed)

Is it convertible? Yes

Is there a Currency Peg? Is the currency tied to $, Euro, etc? No. In 1998, during the Asian financial crisis the ringgit was pegged against the dollar. The peg was maintained only until 2005.

Are there forward markets/future markets or options for this currency? If so where are they traded? Yes

Is there a managed float? Does the government intervene in the market by buying and selling currency, through setting restrictions? Is there a currency board?
The ringgit is regulated by the Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM), Malaysia's central bank.

Thailand
The currency: baht (THB)

Introduction and history: The baht is the official currency in Thailand. The issuance of currency is the responsibility of the Bank of Thailand and it´s ranked as the 10th most frequently currency worldwide. The Thai baht, like the pound, originated from a traditional unit of mass.

It is a fixed or a floating exchange rate? Floating since 1997

It is convertible? Yes

Is there a Currency Peg? Is the currency tied to $, Euro, etc? No.

Are there forward markets/future markets or options for this currency? If so where are they traded? Yes

Is there a black market for the currency? Yes

Is there a managed float? Does the government intervene in the market by buying and selling currency, through setting restrictions? Is there a currency board?
Yes, the Bank of Thailand intervenes in the case of excess volatility.


Great Britain
The currency: Pound Sterling (GBP)

Introduction and history: The pound sterling is the world´s oldest currency that is still in use and the 4th most traded currency in the foreign exchange market. Although they are part of the EU, they decided to have their own currency.

It is a fixed or a floating exchange rate? Floating

It is convertible? Yes.

Is there a Currency Peg? Is the currency tied to $, Euro, etc? The British pound is pegged to the Falkland Islands pound, Gibraltar pound, Saint Helenian pound, Jersey pound (JEP), Guernsey pound (GGP), Manx pounds, Scotland notes and Northern Ireland notes.

Are there forward markets/future markets or options for this currency? If so where are they traded? Yes.

Is there a black market for the currency? No.

Is there a managed float? Does the government intervene in the market by buying and selling currency, through setting restrictions? Is there a currency board? It is managed by the Central Bank of England.
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Dear Prof. Azarmi,

Please find attached the Translation Methods HW exercice.

Best regards,

Nuno Junça
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