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Spot transaction hedge/Money market hedge
There are three parts to this question. Please answer all parts.
The Chicken Company, a company with headquarters in Switzerland, has a receivable of one million euro, which it will receive in one year. Chicken can borrow euro at an annual rate of 10%, can borrow Swiss francs at an annual rate of 9%, and can borrow dollars at an annual rate of 11%.
a. To complete the spot transaction hedge, Chicken must first borrow what currency?
b. How much of that currency will Chicken borrow?
c. What currency will Chicken buy?
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