Destabilizing speculation refers to
A. actions taken by the International Monetary Fund that increase lending to countries who have pegged their currencies against the dollar.
B. actions taken by investors who sell a country's currency in anticipation of buying it back later at a lower price.
C. actions taken by currency traders to sell a currency that is undervalued. D. any depreciation of a country's currency as a result of long-run adjustments to purchasing power parity.
How does an increase in a country's exchange rate affect its balance of trade?