Ch 14: Foreign Exchange and the Balance of Payments: Homework Help

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The Foreign Exchange and the Balance of Payments chapter of this College-Level Principles of Macroeconomics Homework Help course helps students complete their foreign exchange and the balance of payments homework and earn better grades. This homework help resource uses simple and fun videos that are about five minutes long.

How it works:

  • Identify which concepts are covered on your foreign exchange and the balance of payments homework.
  • Find videos on those topics within this chapter.
  • Watch fun videos, pausing and reviewing as needed.
  • Complete sample questions and get instant feedback.
  • Finish your foreign exchange and the balance of payments homework with ease!

Topics from your homework you'll be able to complete:

  • Foreign currency exchange
  • Exchange rate
  • Currency appreciation and depreciation
  • Trade deficit and surplus
  • Balance of payments

10 Lessons in Chapter 14: Foreign Exchange and the Balance of Payments: Homework Help
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Foreign Currency Exchange: Supply and Demand for Currency

1. Foreign Currency Exchange: Supply and Demand for Currency

In this lesson, you'll learn why money from different countries has different values of exchange. We'll cover the supply and demand for currencies and how changes in supply and demand can affect the exchange rates between currencies.

Exchange Rate: Determination and Conversion Across Countries

2. Exchange Rate: Determination and Conversion Across Countries

Understand what exchange rates are and the different types that can be used by governments and countries. See how they operate and how the conversion process works across countries.

Currency Appreciation & Depreciation: Effects of Exchange Rate Changes

3. Currency Appreciation & Depreciation: Effects of Exchange Rate Changes

Find out how changes in the exchange rate can affect the economy and your own individual situation. Discover how these currency changes can increase and decrease your purchasing power and standard of living.

How Fiscal and Monetary Policies Affect the Exchange Rate

4. How Fiscal and Monetary Policies Affect the Exchange Rate

Discover how fiscal and monetary policy can affect the exchange rate and ultimately the amount of money it costs you to buy goods and services. Find out the three paths that both fiscal and monetary policy can travel to impact the exchange rate.

How Currency Changes Affect Imports and Exports

5. How Currency Changes Affect Imports and Exports

Learn about how currency changes can affect imports and exports. Find out how this affects you. Discover what happens when a dollar is strong compared to other currencies and what happens when it is weak.

Achieving Trade Balance: Trade Deficit and Surplus Examples

6. Achieving Trade Balance: Trade Deficit and Surplus Examples

Find out what trade balance, trade deficit, and trade surplus are. Learn about some recent examples that help clarify trade deficit and surplus. Explore what countries have a surplus and what countries have a deficit.

Balance of Payments: Current Account & Measuring Foreign Trade

7. Balance of Payments: Current Account & Measuring Foreign Trade

Find out what the current account is and the four main foreign trade components that it is comprised of. Similar to your bank account, learn how the current account is measured and what a deficit and surplus mean when talking about this economic indicator.

Balance of Payments with Financial Accounts: Measuring Foreign Trade

8. Balance of Payments with Financial Accounts: Measuring Foreign Trade

Learn about the balance of payments and the two key components that make it up. Discover what the financial/capital account is and how it relates to foreign trade and surpluses and deficits.

What is an Export? - Definition & Example

9. What is an Export? - Definition & Example

Learn about exports and discover what some of the most common exports in the United States are today. Find out how things such as balance of trade, customs, and imports relate to the exporting business.

What is an Import? - Definition & Example

10. What is an Import? - Definition & Example

Are those shoes you just got an import? How about that new vehicle that you bought or leased? Find out what imports are and why countries buy goods and services from other countries. Learn about some of the most common imported items today.

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