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Synonyms for devaluation

a lowering in price or value

Words related to devaluation

an official lowering of a nation's currency

the reduction of something's value or worth

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When we move beyond a country's exports to its GDP, we find the same picture: currency devaluations are associated with slower GDP growth.
There are two parts to this question: do currency devaluations continue to have an impact on trade, and do devaluations enhance national prosperity?
Angola's central bank is said to be planning for more currency devaluations.
Effect of currency devaluations on INROs daily market indicator price
The Indian central bank has aired its apprehensions about quantitative easing and competitive currency devaluations.
Botswana in contrast rallied 23 percent by its domestic index on healthy corporate profits despite rising inflation and interest rates following currency devaluations, an anticipated GDP growth slowdown to the 4 percent range, and the persistent AIDs epidemic devastating the working population.
Currency devaluations and turmoil hurt in Brazil and Venezuela.
In the face of stock market declines and foreign currency devaluations, investors have been snapping up government-guaranteed U.
Local companies provided fierce competition in developing markets, where currency devaluations also made the Spanish candy-makers products more expensive, Chupa Chups executives say.
Producers are also facing increased competition from Asian imports which are now cheaper for American consumers because of currency devaluations.
Mavesa began setting its sights abroad in an attempt to diversify its country exposure following repeated currency devaluations, foreign-exchange and price controls as well as erratic economic growth cycles in Venezuela.
That could trigger another round of currency devaluations across Asia, pushing the region's economies into even deeper distress and roiling financial markets around the globe.
Troubled Asian economies were importing fewer American goods, hurting export sales to the region, and, through currency devaluations, cutting the price of Asian goods on U.
Currency devaluations have reduced Asian consumers' power to purchase U.
But on a predawn flight to Vancouver, Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto told reporters that Japan's financial problems have nothing in common with the bankruptcies and currency devaluations afflicting neighboring countries.