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There is no incentive for capital to flow between the two countries when the two sides of the equation are equal, which is when sterling's forward discount is exactly equal to the interest-rate differential in favour of London. At this point the forward exchange rate is said to be at interest parity. e. when the forward discount/premium equals the interest-rate differential between relevant currency assets. At this rate there is no incentive for arbitrage capital flows. In a situation where the spot and forward exchange rates are not held constant by the monetary authorities, and both the domestic and foreign interest rates adjust under the impact of international capital flows, all four prices adjust to any exogenous disturbance to an initial equilibrium.
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12 There is no net change in the volume of financial assets when the budget deficit equals the current account deficit, as the former increases net wealth while the latter drains financial assets from domestic residents. This becomes the equilibrium condition and, with a fixed exchange rate, the government 26 INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INTEGRATION expenditure multiplier becomes (_1_), m+w where m is the marginal propensity to import. This must necessarily be smaller than the closed-economy multiplier.