The interest rate parity (IRP) suggests that the interest rate differential between two countries equals the differential between the forward exchange rate and the spot exchange rate. In this way, the concept assumes a strong relationship between spot rates, interest rates, and forward rates. You can use the interest rate parity to calculate the forward exchange rate—simply multiply the spot currency rate by the domestic currency interest rate, and divide it by the foreign currency interest rate.
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