International finance, finance, Other Engineering

at the beginning of year 1 the terranian central bank conducted k100 million of dollar selling/terranian kwacha buying intervention. The intervention was undertaken at the rate of 1 dollar per kwacha and immediately afterwards the currency strengthened to 1.2 dollars per kwacha and stayed there.

at the end of year 5 the exchange rate is still at 1.1 whilst kwacha 1 year interest rates are (and have always been) 6% whilst dollar 1 year interest rates are (and have always) been 1%.
The profit/loss of the intervention at then end of year 5 is _________ million Kwacha.
Hint: quote you answer to 1 decimal place and express a loss by putting a ''-'' in front of your answer (if a profit do not put a ''+'')
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