Outward arbitrage

Outward arbitrage is a process that allows banks to profit from the difference between international currency rates. A particular domestic bank could potentially earn more if some of its funds are exposed to a foreign currency account with a higher interest rate. An example of which involves a local bank transferring out some of its funds to a foreign account and lend at a much higher rate.

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