Flashcards in Foreign Currency Denominated Transactions Deck (13)
A foreign currency transaction is a transaction of a domestic entity denominated in a foreign currency, but to be recorded on the domestic entity's books in the _____ _____.
A foreign currency translation is when financial statements are denominated in a _____ ______ but to be reported in the FS expressed in the domestic currency.
Foreign currency (1 Euro = $1.24)
The direct exchange rate measues how much domestic currenct must be exchanged to recieve one unit of foreign currency. TF
True ($1 = .846 Euro)
An ____ ____ measures how may units of foreign currency may be purchased with one unit of domestic currency.
A spot rate is....
the exchange rate on the current date.
A forward rate is...
the exchange rate now for delivery at a future date
Functional currency is the currency of the primary economic environment. TF
If the domestic currency strenghtens, AP in the foreign currency would result in an exchange loss or an exchange gain?
If the domestic currency strenghtens, AR in the foreign currency would result in an exchange loss or an exchange gain?
In the period in which the exchange rate changes, an adjustment to the account balance (AR or AP) as a gain or a loss is recorded. TF
Exchange gains and losses are recorded in current period income as extraordinary events. TF
False, income from continuing operations
Gains and losses are contrasted by the spot rate at the time of the transaction against the spot rate at the balance sheet date. TF