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  1. avatar says

    hi there
    Awesome lecture
    just one query !
    when we hedge a receipt , in the third step, when we multiply £ 3194954 with the interest rate we get £3223709. this amount is greater than what we require, the extra is the interest we received right? so why don’t we deposit an amount which after adding the interest becomes £ 3194954 ?? ie by dividing the amount by the interest rate ??

  2. avatar says

    sir….u said that lower interest rate is used for when you are borrowing money and higher when you are depositing money…so in example 6 instead of using 5.2% you used 5.8%…can you explain why? or is it am i understanding this wrong…thank you

  3. Avatar of arjunudayp91 says

    if i get a chance i would kiss you …………..
    jokes apart……… want to see knighted by the queen of england……………..u r a boon to students……guess what… i pay and get sub standard lectures…………………

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