Interpreting a Large Forward Discount The interest rate in Indonesia is commonly higher than the interest rate in the United States, which reflects a high expected rate of inflation there. Why should Nike’s Indonesia-based division consider hedging its future remittances from that country to the U.S. parent even when the forward discount on the currency (rupiah) is so large?
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