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Chapter 2: World Trade and the International Monetary System

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Question;True/False;1. Markets;are integrated when an asset sells for the same price wherever it is traded.;2. The world?s financial markets are becoming;increasingly segmented as large international commercial banks achieve more and;more economic power.;3. Prices in the world?s financial markets are;becoming increasingly segmented as local political forces work to dismantle;many of the world?s largest countries, such as those of the former Soviet Union.;4. The;international monetary system refers to the global network of governmental and;commercial institutions within which currency exchange rates are determined.;5. The International Monetary Fund?s principal;mission is to provide funds for economic development in developing economies.;6. The Basel Accord established the;International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.;7. The ?financial account? of the IMF?s Balance-of-Payments;Statistics measures the total financial wealth of citizens in each;reporting country.;8. The ?trade balance?of the IMF?s Balance-of-Payments Statisticsis the net balance (exports minus imports) on;merchandise trade.;9. The ?trade balance?of the IMF?s Balance-of-Payments Statisticsmeasures gross exports of goods and services..;10. In a fixed exchange rate system, governments;stand ready to buy and sell currency at official exchange rates.

 

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