Exchange Exposure in a Multiple Currency World
The measurement of the firm’s exposure to exchange risk involves estimating how various benchmarks of its economic performance — income, net worth and market value — would be affected by changes in exchange rates. Many firms indicate that they prefer not to be exposed. But there is less than complete agreement on the currency mix of assets and liabilities that is consistent with a non-exposed position.
KeywordsExchange Rate Foreign Currency Purchasing Power Parity Foreign Subsidiary Exchange Rate Change
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