Belgian franc


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formerly the basic unit of money in Belgium

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With total assets of over Belgian franc (BFr) 10 trillion, the new combined banking group would become one of the major players in the Benelux countries.
With total assets of Belgian franc (BFr) 2,634 billion ($71 billion at BFr37 to $1), BACOB was the sixth-largest banking group in Belgium at year-end 1997.
s (Hypo-G) mortgage-backed floating-rate notes, due January 2018, Belgian franc (BEF)5,000,000,000 class A1 and BEF4,485,000,000 class A2, are rated 'AAA' by Fitch.
dollar appreciated 3% versus the Belgian franc in the second quarter of 1998 compared to the second quarter of 1997.
dollar has appreciated an average of 10% versus the Belgian franc for the first quarter of 1998 compared to the first quarter of 1997.
dollar appreciated an average of 21% and 16% versus the Belgian franc for the third quarter and first nine months 1997, respectively, compared to the third quarter and first nine months of 1996.
dollars relative to the German Mark and Belgian Franc may result in European revenues approximately 15 percent below the analysts' estimates.
1, 2019, Belgian franc (BEF)2,000,000,000 class A1, BEF5,000,000,000 class A2 and BEF2,165,000,000 class A3 are expected to be rated 'AAA' by Fitch Investors Service.
The 3 billion Belgian Franc program is equivalent to approximately US $100 million.
dollar has appreciated an average of 13% versus the Belgian franc for the first quarter of 1997 compared to the first quarter of 1996.
dollar has appreciated an average of 8% versus the Belgian franc for the fourth quarter and 6% for the full year of 1996 compared to 1995.
In 2009 he made an emotional visit back to the beaches 65 years after the Allied onslaught and until his death kept the French and Belgian francs which were given to him at the time to spend while making his way through occupied Europe.
Until his death he kept the French and Belgian francs, which were given to him at the time, to spend while making his way through occupied Europe.
Dedee fled to Paris where she took over the office operated by her father, Frederic de Jongh, who then took over the Brussels branch, but soon had a price of five million Belgian francs on his head
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