Discussion What macroeconomic variable do you think corporate financial managers should be preparing for in the next 5 to 10 years

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Question 1: Reflect on everything that you have learned in the course. What macroeconomic variable do you think corporate financial managers should be preparing for in the next 5 to 10 years? What concepts and/or skills learned in this class will prepare you for the impact of this variable in your professional or personal life? Please explain and provide specific examples.

In your response posts, provide additional suggestions for how the concepts and/or skills provided could be used in the real world. Reference appropriate sections of the textbook or other research to support your assertions.

Question 2: First, review the module resources and reflect on your work in the course. In your initial post to the discussion, address the following:

Having researched derivatives for investment portfolios, do you believe there is a need for them as hedging vehicles in corporate finance? If so, how would you incorporate derivatives in your investment program?

Reflecting on the course, what were the key learning experiences?

Going forward, how might you apply what you have learned in this course as a future corporate investment manager?

Tip: I think around 150 words for question 1 and at least 200 words for question 2. Thanks.

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Boston College

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Running Head: MACROECONOMICS

Macroeconomics
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MACROECONOMICS

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Question 1
The macroeconomic variable which corporate financial managers are expected to
prepare in the next five to ten years is inflation. It has been foreseen that the rates of inflation
might increase in the next five to ten years (Adam, Weber, & Bundesbank, 2017). An
increase in the inflation rate may see an increase in the costs and uncertainty. High rates of
inflation negatively affect the profits of a firm. It can also destroy the value of the shareholder
and lead to increased wage costs. Therefore, the financial managers should prepare
themselves in sev...

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