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ASSIGNMENT DETAILS: Risk management tools are used to protect businesses a

ASSIGNMENT DETAILS:
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Risk management tools are used to protect businesses and mitigate this risk. A futures contract is one of various derivative instruments often used to minimize risk related to global currency fluctuations.
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An airplane manufacturer in the United States is building a new type of 747 airplane, and an airline in Spain is first in line to buy the new model. They negotiate a price of $100 million in January, and the plane should be delivered by September. In this scenario, how can the manufacturer use a Futures Contract to minimize its currency risk
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1. Apply risk minimization strategies for organizations using appropriate hedging techniques.
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2. Examine financial derivatives used in managing risks.
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3. Interpret financial derivatives used in managing risks by explaining the attributes of options, swaps, futures, and forwards.

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ASSIGNMENT DETAILS: Risk management tools are used to protect businesses a

ASSIGNMENT DETAILS:
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Risk management tools are used to protect businesses and mitigate this risk. A futures contract is one of various derivative instruments often used to minimize risk related to global currency fluctuations.
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An airplane manufacturer in the United States is building a new type of 747 airplane, and an airline in Spain is first in line to buy the new model. They negotiate a price of $100 million in January, and the plane should be delivered by September. In this scenario, how can the manufacturer use a Futures Contract to minimize its currency risk
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OBJECTIVES:
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1. Apply risk minimization strategies for organizations using appropriate hedging techniques.
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2. Examine financial derivatives used in managing risks.
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3. Interpret financial derivatives used in managing risks by explaining the attributes of options, swaps, futures, and forwards.

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This week our eText focuses on the difference between hearing and listening. Ans

This week our eText focuses on the difference between hearing and listening. Answer the following questions:
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• Have you ever been in a conversation when you felt the other person “tune out?”
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• Have you ever found yourself “taking a vacation” when you were supposed to be paying close attention?
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• Do you find yourself asking other people to repeat themselves frequently?
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• What style of speech holds your attention and what numbs your senses?
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• Discuss a recent positive or negative experience in which effective listening was critical to the outcome of the conversation.
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Please remember the initial post should be written as early in the week as possible, and the peer responses are due by Saturday evening.
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Be sure to reference your eText or other research to support your response. You will be graded on how you relate the class readings to your initial post.
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When you make your initial post, please fully answer the question and make substantive responses – i.e. at least 200 words that really dive into the topic and show that you’ve read in your texts and done research to support your opinions.
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Apply appropriate examples that illustrate your points – feel free to bring your workplace experiences into the discussion. It helps us all learn when we can relate our past workplace experiences to what we’re learning here in the discussions.
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You must reply substantively (at least 50 words that welcomes further discussion) at least twice to your classmates and/or your instructor.
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All discussions and assignments required the use of APA to cite and list references. APA stands for the American Psychological Association and the the guidelines that they develop for formatting and citing sources in research papers are required in many college level classes that deal with areas of Business, Criminal Justice and Education. Here you will find some practical information about what APA style and format are and how to use them. http://berkeleycollege.libguides.com/APA

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Paper instructions Hello there, * Kindly see the attached file. It contains

Paper instructions
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Hello there, * Kindly see the attached file. It contains 3 questions. kindly answer them by writing on the same file. * I have one more question as to be answered separately on different file. To be answerd briefly(no more than one pharagraph). The question is : Small group discussion: How can leaders optimise their engagement with followers?
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* some information about me that may help you. I am working at The Ritz-Carlton Riyadh Hotel As a Guest Relations Manager. I am taking this Executive Lreadership program Certificate.

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Paper instructions Hello there, * Kindly see the attached file. It contains

Paper instructions
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Hello there, * Kindly see the attached file. It contains 3 questions. kindly answer them by writing on the same file. * I have one more question as to be answered separately on different file. To be answerd briefly(no more than one pharagraph). The question is : Small group discussion: How can leaders optimise their engagement with followers?
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* some information about me that may help you. I am working at The Ritz-Carlton Riyadh Hotel As a Guest Relations Manager. I am taking this Executive Lreadership program Certificate.

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This week our eText focuses on the difference between hearing and listening. Ans

This week our eText focuses on the difference between hearing and listening. Answer the following questions:
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• Have you ever been in a conversation when you felt the other person “tune out?”
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• Have you ever found yourself “taking a vacation” when you were supposed to be paying close attention?
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• Do you find yourself asking other people to repeat themselves frequently?
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• What style of speech holds your attention and what numbs your senses?
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• Discuss a recent positive or negative experience in which effective listening was critical to the outcome of the conversation.
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DB POSTING REMINDERS:
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Please remember the initial post should be written as early in the week as possible, and the peer responses are due by Saturday evening.
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Be sure to reference your eText or other research to support your response. You will be graded on how you relate the class readings to your initial post.
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When you make your initial post, please fully answer the question and make substantive responses – i.e. at least 200 words that really dive into the topic and show that you’ve read in your texts and done research to support your opinions.
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Apply appropriate examples that illustrate your points – feel free to bring your workplace experiences into the discussion. It helps us all learn when we can relate our past workplace experiences to what we’re learning here in the discussions.
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You must reply substantively (at least 50 words that welcomes further discussion) at least twice to your classmates and/or your instructor.
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All discussions and assignments required the use of APA to cite and list references. APA stands for the American Psychological Association and the the guidelines that they develop for formatting and citing sources in research papers are required in many college level classes that deal with areas of Business, Criminal Justice and Education. Here you will find some practical information about what APA style and format are and how to use them. http://berkeleycollege.libguides.com/APA

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Brief financial analysis: profit/loss, balance sheet, and cash flow Company

Brief financial analysis: profit/loss, balance sheet, and cash flow
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Company: https://gosatea.com/

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This is a venture Analysis about a business like Uber in France but we will be u

This is a venture Analysis about a business like Uber in France but we will be using electric cars. Try to evaluate the potential threats and opportunities this venture will face. Evaluate specific product or service attributes or approaches that could pave the way for success. Discuss key business concepts and integrate some international business lessons

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Systems Thinking (two pages) Use the company Gosa Tea https://gosatea.com/

Systems Thinking (two pages)
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Use the company Gosa Tea https://gosatea.com/
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Briefly describe the company as a system of interrelated parts that interfaces with organizations in its external environment
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Identify 5-6 key points at which the company interfaces with its environment
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Identify actions that might be taken by external organizations that could directly affect the success of the company
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Identify actions that might be taken by the company that could directly affect external organizations
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Briefly describe how the management of the company receives information with which to monitor external organizations

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Global businesses often implement quantitative measures to ensure that their sub

Global businesses often implement quantitative measures to ensure that their subsidiaries are performing to stated corporate goals and expectations. Examples of quantitative measures include financial performance ratios (e.g. profitability ratio, market shares ratio, sales trends, productivity figures etc. Others implement quality standards (e.g. ISO9001, ISO14001, Six Sigma, etc) to ensure compliance with quality requirements and to reduce defect rates etc. These output-based performance measures do have their advantages and limitations when compared to more interpersonal controls in other organizations.
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Part 1: Identify a global company and describe 2 examples of how the company measures or tracks the performance of its company and subsidiaries in foreign countries.
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Part 2: (A) Discuss how effective are these performance measurement controls you selected in Part I by describing at least 2 advantages and (B) discuss 2 limitations of those measurements used. You must support your analysis from a news source, such as electronic local newspapers, New York Times, International Business Times, Economic Times, or CNN News, etc.
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How to cite from an online source
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Last, F. M. (Year, Month Date Published). Article title. Retrieved from URL. Example Example: Satalkar, B. (2010, July 15). Water aerobics. Retrieved from http://www.buzzle.com