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MS-45 Solved Assignment

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  • Version: 2020 July - Dec


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University: IGNOU
Course: Master of Business Administration
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Q&A of Mba MS-45 Solved Assignment 2020 - International Financial Management

Q. What are the main features of the exchange rate regime that was designed at Bretton Woods? Discuss the different options available under the fixed exchange rate system and floating exchange rate system.

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Q. Why is cost of capital important for a firm? Explain the reasons for variations in the cost of capital across different countries.

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Q. What do you understand by Exchange Rate Exposures? Describe different types of exchange rate exposures and the techniques used to manage them.

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Q. What is meant by Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)? What are the major stimulating factors that spur foreign investment in a country?

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Q. What role does Export Credit Guarantee Corporation (ECGC) play in financing of exports from India? Discuss the various types of guarantees offered by ECGC. What are the risks covered under Standard Policies issued by it?

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Product Details: MS-45 Solved Assignment 2020 - International Financial Management

Course: Ignou MBA (Master of Business Administration)
Session: July - Dec 2020

Old Sample Answers of Mba Ignou MS-45 Assignments

Q. Write a note on Purchasing Power Parity.
Answer. Purchasing power parity tells us that, in general, things should cost the same in one country as they do in another....... According to PPP, exchange rates are based on the relative price levels of the two countries represented in the currency pair. In its simplest form, purchasing power parity assumes that identical goods will have the same price in both markets if expressed in a single currency. For years, economists have been comparing baskets of goods in relative countries, but the truth is that the purchasing power parity is extremely difficult to calculate because it is nearly impossible to find comparable baskets of goods and, naturally, different cultures......... PPP is often very different from the current market exchange rate. Some economists argue that once the exchange rate is pushed away from its PPP, trade and financial flows in and out of a country can move into DISEQUILIBRIUM, resulting in potentially substantial trade and current account DEFICITS or surpluses. Because it is not just traded goods that are affected, some economists argue that PPP is too narrow a measure for judging a currency's true value........ Even within one country, the prices of goods and services will not be the same everywhere. For comparable quality, retail stores will reflect price differences based on local costs and taxes. Examples include the purchase of cigarettes in..........


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