SUMPRODUCT and LOOKUP Table

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Hi, I am seeking to create a formula that multiples columns B and C and applies the appropriate currency exchange (refer to second table). The result should be the sum total of all rows, being $24.29.

ABC
1FXUnit PriceOpen Interest
2AUD$1000.0%
3SGD$500-10.0%
4GBP$4005.6%
5AUD$6504.2%

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6RateFX
71.00AUD
81.83GBP
90.88SGD
101.12USD

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As an example row 3 should calculate as follows: ($500*-10%)*0.88.

Your assistance is greatly appreciated.
 

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assuming your data is in a1:c10 as per above, your example is:

=(B3+(B3*C3))*INDEX($A$7:$A$10,MATCH(A3,$B$7:$B$10,0))

...copy up / down as required. I'd do each calculation explicitly first then sum the results, rather than trying to stick it all in a mega-formula.
 

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Thanks Paddy. I'm good with the functions 'Index' and 'Match'. The issue I have is with the "...copy up / down". I'm constrained by the need to compute and capture the result of the sum total of all rows in a single cell, hence l'm leaning towards applying the SUMPRODUCT function, but don't quite know how to create the formula for this.
 

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Can you describe how you arrive at the result "being $24.29."?
 

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Sure, as follows:

Row 2: $100*0.0%*1.00 = $0.00
Row 3: $500*-10.0%*0.88 = -$44.00
Row 4: $400*5.6%*1.83 = $40.99
Row 5: $650*4.2%*1.00 = $27.30
TOTAL = $24.29
 

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Sorry for the delay - haven't been around much. With thanks to a few friends:

=SUMPRODUCT($B$2:$B$5,$C$2:$C$5,SUMIF($B$8:$B$11,$A$2:$A$5,$A$8:$A$11))
 
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