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EXCHANGE RATES Use the foreign exchange section of a current issue of The Wall Street Journal to look up the six currencies in problem 19-5. a. What is the current exchange rate for changing dollars into 1,000 units of pounds, Canadian dollars, euros, yen, Mexican pesos, and Swedish kronas? b. What is the percentage gain or loss between the May 29, 2014, exchange rate and the current exchange rate for each of the currencies in part a?

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EXCHANGE RATES Use the foreign exchange section of a current issue of The Wall Street Journal to look up the six currencies in problem 19-5.

  1. a. What is the current exchange rate for changing dollars into 1,000 units of pounds, Canadian dollars, euros, yen, Mexican pesos, and Swedish kronas?
  2. b. What is the percentage gain or loss between the May 29, 2014, exchange rate and the current exchange rate for each of the currencies in part a?

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