Income statement effect of transactions, commitments,& hedging. Clayton industries sells medical equipment worldwide. On Mar 1 of the current year, the company sold equipment, with a cost of $160,000 to a foreign customer for 200,000 euros payable in 60 days. At the same time, the company purchased a forward contract to sell 200,000 euros in 60 days. In another transaction, the company committed, on Mar 15, to deliver equipment in May to a foreign customer in exchange for 300,000 euros payble in June. This equipment is anticipated to have a completed cost of $210,000. On Mar 15, the company hedged the commitment by acquiring a forward contract to sell 300,000 in 90 days. Changes in the value of the commitment are based on changes in forward rates & all discounting is based on a 6% discount rate.