Foreign Currency Contract

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Foreign Currency Contract

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According to court documents, in July 2000, Chia, allegedly forged company documents to apply for a revolving credit facility and a forward foreign exchange contract facility from Sakura Bank and about a month later allegedly used forged documents to obtain a loan from Fuji Bank.
This comes with a forward foreign exchange contract, which is an agreement, entered into today, to purchase or sell a fixed quantity of foreign exchange sea fixed future date.
The vendor company had already put in place with their bankers a Foreign Exchange contract and an Advance Payment Guarantee -- both in yen.
Arguably, the enactment of section 988 clarified the law to permit integration of the foreign exchange contract with the equipment.
A foreign exchange contract obligates the exporter to deliver the agreed-upon amount of foreign currency to the bank in exchange for dollars.
As Rossy noted, changes in product mix and pricing made with an eye toward foreign exchange contract rates also boosted margins.
AllPay's management has over 35 yrs experience in business including: Computerized Accounting, Database Management, International Accounting, Banking, Electronic Banking, Foreign Exchange Contract Management, IT Administration, and Non-Profit Accounting.
* A financial forward contract--an unconditional right or obligation to exchange financial instruments (for example, a foreign exchange contract);
So an American investor, who had liquidated a sizable position in Finnish stocks, did not receive the trade proceeds in time to fulfill a foreign exchange contract that it had entered into to repatriate the markka (the currency of Finland).
An announcement made by The Board of Matrix European Real Estate Investment Trust Limited ("the Company") regarding cancellation of capital element of its foreign exchange contract on 20 September 2012 in line with the Lloyds Banking Group ("LBG") senior debt facility.
Normalized net income represents net income after taxes adjusted for after tax impact of unrealized gain (loss) on foreign exchange contracts and other typically non-recurring items.
* Financial derivatives increased $62.7 billion to $1.55 trillion, reflecting an increase in single-currency interest rate contracts that was partly offset by a decrease in foreign exchange contracts.

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