Statoil, the national oil company of Norway, is a large,

Statoil, the national oil company of Norway, is a large, sophisticated, and active participant in both the currency and petrochemical markets. Although it is a Norwegian company, because it operates within the global oil market, it considers the U.S. dollar as its functional currency, not the Norwegian krone. Ari Karlsen is a currency trader for Statoil, and has immediate use of either $3 million (or the Norwegian krone equivalent). He is faced with the following market rates, and wonders whether he can make some arbitrage profits in the coming 90 days?

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