TeachMeFinance.com - explain Simple arbitration of exchange
Simple arbitration of exchange -- A calculation based on
rates of exchange between three places to determine the difference
in the money market rates of the three places or a
calculation based on the money market rates of three places
to determine the ratio of exchange between the three places.
When more than three places are involved in the calculation
it is called compound arbitration of exchange.
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