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You know the following. The interest rate in the \$ is 10% and in the euro it is 6%. If the spot ER is euro/\$ 1 (meaning 1 euro for 1 dollar.) SHOW IN DETAIL what the forward rate will be.  Assume that interest rate parity in an absolute form holds true. EXPLAIN your answer.

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Jun 22nd, 2015

In other words, if S is the spot rate and F the forward rate, and rf and rd are foreign currency interest rates and domestic currency interest rates respectively, then:

Now here the spot euro/\$ rate is 1 and the interest rates on euro and USD are 0.06% and 0.1% respectively, then calculate the euro/USD forward rate.

In this case the forward rate will be:

F = 1*[(1+0.06) / (1+0.1)]

F = 0.964

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