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Subject:  Re: International perspective Date:  5/29/2001  3:27 PM
Author:  WinstonWolf Number:  7998 of 8329

However my problem is that I am making these assessments from a foreign country which provides an exchange rate problem.
a)How do I discount back future cash flows in order to determine intrinsic value when there is the added bonus of exchange rate fluctuations to consider?
b) Are there any other areas I should be aware of in respect to valuing a U.S. company when I am on the down under side of the big pond?

I don't know if I completely understand your question. What exchange rate problems are you having? Are you buying these companies on the NYSE or an Austrialian exchange?

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