Capital gain in high inflation economy, International Economics

Hello, I rent an appartment in Brazil, a country known for its high inflation rates, but I live in Switzerland. Does this mean when I exchange Reais to Swiss Francs (in a +- constant exchange rate) I will avoid the effects of inflation? (as I consume in Switzerland, not Brazil)
Posted Date: 1/7/2013 4:06:40 AM | Location : Switzerland







Related Discussions:- Capital gain in high inflation economy, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Capital gain in high inflation economy, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Capital gain in high inflation economy Discussions

Write discussion on Capital gain in high inflation economy
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions

explain the newo clacical theory of international trede

Q. In recent cases, the U.S. placed quotas or protectionist tariffs on imported microchips and imported steel. In both cases the damage to "downstream" industries was obvious to

Q. Illustrate why when Norway unilaterally fixes its exchange rate against the euro but leaves the krone free to float against the non-euro currencies, it is unable to keep at leas

Describe the important benefits enjoyed by Indian companies through TRIPs. Elaborate the main objectives of WTO in global economy.

1 Answer True or False. Brief explain your answer. No credit without explanation. a Bretton Woods. During the Bretton Woods system countries with large current account surpluses

Q. Present the case for floating exchange rates. Answer: 1. Monetary policy autonomy Governments would able to use financial policy to reach internal and extern

Investment analysis report on internationally competing firms Students will be organized randomly into small groups (typically 6), and will prepare an investment analysis of c

Q. Explain why under the gold standard a perpetual surplus or a perpetual deficit is impossible. Answer: Since specie inflows drive up domestic prices and restore symmetry in

Suppose that industry 1 is monopolistically competitive, with a CES sub-utility function: U(c1,c2 ) = c1? + c?2 , 0 We let the marginal costs be denoted by c1(w,r), and the fixe