# [Solved] Which of the Following Theories Suggests the Percentage Change in Spot

## Which of the following theories suggests the percentage change in spot exchange rate of a currency should be equal to the interest rate differential between two countries?

A) absolute form of PPP.

B) relative form of PPP.

C) international Fisher effect (IFE).

D) interest rate parity (IRP).

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