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PROBLEM: A UK company has bought a US company. The purchase was made partly in dollars, from the proceeds of a bond issue, and partly in sterling converted to dollars. Income in dollars exceeds coupon payments. The company is concerned that sterling will continue to strengthen against the dollar and bemoans the lack of interest on its dollar liquidity.

SOLUTION: While there is little we can do regarding the Federal Reserve’s statement that US monetary policy accommodation could be maintained

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