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Foreign

• A non U.S. company with securities trading on The NASDAQ Stock Market.

 
 

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 Accounting exposure: The change in the value of a firm's Foreign currency denominated accounts due to a change in exchange rates.The risk resulting from the effects of changes in Foreign exchange rates on the translated value of a firm's financial statement accounts denominated in a given foreign currency.

 Accounting exposure: The change in the value of a firm's Foreign currency denominated accounts due to a change in exchange rates.The risk resulting from the effects of changes in Foreign exchange rates on the translated value of a firm's financial statement accounts denominated in a given foreign currency.

 Administrative pricing rules: IRS rules used to allocate income on export sales to a Foreign sales corporation.

 Agency bank: A form of organization commonly used by Foreign banks to enter the U.S. market. An agency bank cannot accept deposits or extend loans in its own name; it acts as agent for the parent bank.A form of organization commonly used by Foreign banks to enter the U.S. market. An agency bank cannot accept deposits or extend loans in its own name; it acts as an agent for the parent bank. Term often used on the Street to refer to both foreign bank agencies and branches.

 Agency bank: A form of organization commonly used by Foreign banks to enter the U.S. market. An agency bank cannot accept deposits or extend loans in its own name; it acts as agent for the parent bank.A form of organization commonly used by Foreign banks to enter the U.S. market. An agency bank cannot accept deposits or extend loans in its own name; it acts as an agent for the parent bank. Term often used on the Street to refer to both foreign bank agencies and branches.

 
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