Milestone

Milestone
June 29, 2019
The 2008 financial crisis
June 29, 2019

FIN 336 Milestone One Rubric Specifically address the following questions:  Explain how trade balance, interest rates, and exchange rates are related, and cite an example of how a rise or fall in one changes the others.  Does a deficit in China or the United States change the overall advantage or disadvantage of trade? Why?  Explore how the cost and quantity of imports and exports, such as electronic equipment, may be challenged by the rise and fall of these rates.  Incorporate the fluctuations of supply and demand into the costs incurred and decide ways management calculates estimations for further product needs.  Explain the philosophy of “international crowding out,” citing an example of how this may occur, and describe how excessive borrowing in one country has affected interest rates in the United States. As an example, China and the United States “borrow” from each other to finance needs by purchasing government-backed securities from the other country. This practice provides one country with additional funds and also gives the purchasing country more control over interest rates or “borrowing costs” in the future. How does this influence interest rates in the domestic country and foreign country? Can one country gain control over another financially by continually financing another country’s debt? Requirements of Submission: This milestone must follow these formatting guidelines: double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and discipline-appropriate citations. This paper should be a minimum of 2 pages in length in addition to the title and reference pages. The APA style format must be used when citing and referencing information provided. Provide your name, course number, a title to the paper, and headers and footers where applicable. This activity uses an integrated rubric in Blackboard. Students can view instructor feedback in the Grade Center. For more information, review these instructions. Instructor Feedback: Students can find their feedback in the Grade Center as an attachment. Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) Value Relationship Between Trade Balance, Interest Rates, and Exchange Rates Meets “Proficient” criteria and cites examples of each of the main elements and how they are affected Explains how trade balance, interest rates, and exchange rate are related, supported with evidence Explains how trade balance, interest rates, and exchange rate are related; however, examples discussed are incorrect or may have some gaps and misinformation Does not explain how trade balance, interest rates, and exchange rates are related 25 Advantages and Disadvantages of Trade Provides in-depth analysis that demonstrates complete, thorough understanding of trade deficit advantages and disadvantages and cites examples to support the analysis Provides in-depth analysis that demonstrates understanding of trade deficit advantages and disadvantages Provides analysis that demonstrates some minimal understanding of trade deficit advantages and disadvantages, but examples presented are incorrect or may have some gaps and missing information Does not provide analysis demonstrating understanding of trade deficit advantages and disadvantages 25 Imports and Exports Meets “Proficient” criteria, explaining how the rise and fall of imports and exports cost and quantity are influenced by interest rates, with citations to support the explanation Explains how the rise and fall of imports and exports cost and quantity are influenced by interest rates, supported with evidence Explains how the rise and fall of imports and exports cost and quantity are influenced by interest rates; however, information is incorrect or may have some gaps and misinformation Does not correctly apply any of the course concepts in explaining the rise and fall of imports and exports cost and quantity when impacted by interest rates 20 International Crowding Out Meets “Proficient” criteria, explaining the philosophy of “international crowding out” and cites an example of how this may occur, while describing how excessive borrowing in one country has affected U.S. interest rates, with citations to support the explanation. Explains the philosophy of “international crowding out” and cites an example of how this may occur, while describing how excessive borrowing in one country has influenced U.S. interest rates Explains the philosophy of “international crowding out” and cites an example of how this may occur, while describing how excessive borrowing in one country has influenced U.S. interest rates; however, information is not correct or may have some gaps and misinformation Does not explain philosophy of “international crowding out” and does not cite an example of how this may occur, while describing how excessive borrowing in one country has influenced U.S. interest rates 20 Writing (Mechanics/Citations) No errors related to organization, grammar and style, and citations Minor errors related to organization, grammar and style, and citations Some errors related to organization, grammar and style, and citations Major errors related to organization, grammar and style, and citations 10 Earned Total 100%

 
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