Consider the following transactions:
(i) A Japanese firm pays a U.S. consulting firm for consulting services.
(ii) Fresh Garden purchases products produced in Mexico that it will sell in its U.S. stores.
(iii) A U.S. investor purchases stocks of Heineken (Netherlands).
(iv) John Hopkins, a U.S. investor, purchases bonds issued by Volkswagen Group (Germany).
How many of them are classified as Financial Account transactions on the U.S. Balance of Payment?:
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