Wiley CPA BEC MCQ: Economics

The following BEC question is from the Wiley CPA Test Bank for BEC.

A short-term speculative rise in the worldwide value of domestic currency could be moderated by a central bank decision to

A. Sell domestic currency in the foreign exchange market.
B. Buy domestic currency in the foreign exchange market.
C. Sell foreign currency in the foreign exchange market.
D. Increase domestic interest rates.

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4 comments

Atreece 10 years ago

B

Name (required) 10 years ago

Really, B? Id have said A. What is the answer?

Christie 10 years ago

Well, if the value of the dollar went from $1 to $2, I think it would be fortuitous of them to sell the currency for a $2 profit. Buying domestic currency when it's valued double short-term is a bad investment. When the currency returns to $1, the bank will have spent twice the money. I say A.

Christie 10 years ago

I meant sell them for $2, making $1 profit.