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The Fed lends money to banks at an interest rate called "discount rate." It is called so because the Fed lends money to its member banks at a rate lower than other banks.


Problem #1 Cassandra Co., a U.S. corporation, purchased inventory from a company in Sweden on November 18, 2014 when the Swedish krona was trading at 1 krona = $0.161. The transaction was for 600,000 krona, and was to be paid in krona in 90 days. Crabby closed their books at December 31 for financial reporting purposes when the krona was trading at $0.167. On February 16, 2015, Crabby paid the invoice when the krona was trading at $0.156. Required: Show the journal entries recorded by Crabby on November 18, 2014, December 31, 2014, and February 16, 2015.


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