Since Gizmo is deutsche-mark-based, it won't have any currency exposure if you price in deutsche marks
4%: - Currency fluctuations were a major factor; - The third quarter sales decline in deutsche marks
dollars, unless such holder elects to receive Deutsche marks
in accordance with the procedures set forth in the indenture.
dollars, while the Deutsche Mark
Fund and Sterling Fund will invest primarily in short-term securities denominated in German marks and British pounds, respectively.
US Dollar Portfolio AAAm The Pound Sterling Portfolio AAAm Deutsche Mark
Portfolio AAAm Canadian Dollar Portfolio AAAm SSgA International Liquidity Fund
The weakness of the Deutsche mark
compared to the dollar has helped mitigate the impact that the recent decline in the price of oil would have had on the price of gas in Germany.
80 of Senior Discount Deutsche Mark
(DM) Units, consisting of DM denominated 12.
Dollar, Sterling, Deutsche Mark
, French Franc, and Dutch Guilder Funds, which are five subfunds of the Dublin registered, ABN-AMRO Global Liquidity Funds PLC.
AFFIRMED RATINGS The International Currency Fund US Dollar Portfolio AAAm The Pound Sterling Portfolio AAAm Deutsche Mark
Portfolio AAAm Canadian Dollar Portfolio AAAm SSgA International Liquidity Fund (Formerly named Five Arrows Short-Term Investment Trust) US Dollar Fund AAAm The Pound Sterling Fund AAAm Deutsche Mark
Fund AAAm Canadian Dollar Fund AAAm SSgA Cash Management Fund PLC (Formerly named Five Arrows Cash Management Fund PLC) US Dollar Fund AAAm The Pound Sterling Fund AAAm Deutsche Mark
Fund AAAm Canadian Dollar Fund AAAm
Then the exchange rate of the deutsche mark
would shoot up, undermining to some extent the competitiveness of the economy.
In the late 1960s, the Bundesbank had to buy dollar assets in order to stop the Deutsche mark
from rising, and to preserve the integrity of its fixed exchange rate.
Hanke is one of the principal designers of the currency board, which after a local financial collapse in the late 1990s pegged the Bulgarian lev to the Deutsche Mark
and then to the euro.
But, instead of Greece being pushed out the door, analysts say an outside-the-box solution to the euro zone's sovereign-debt problem would be for Germany to voluntarily withdraw from the euro and reinstall the Deutsche mark
In May 2011, Demetriades wrote to the Financial Times to suggest that Germany should re-adopt the Deutsche mark
to help weaker eurozone members.
A separate poll published in October showed 54 percent of all Germans would like to bring back the Deutsche mark
, a number that has remained broadly stable as the euro zone debt crisis has deepened over the past year.