United States dollar

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the basic unit of money in the United States

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According to market operators, the US currency was quoted at Tk 77.
The US currency depreciated one per cent against the euro, also the biggest weekly decline since September 20, to $1.
NEW YORK: Oil prices neared new highs for the year Tuesday as the dollar slipped against other major currencies, demonstrating how much the weakened US currency can affect consumers globally.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has called the US currency a "worthless piece of paper.
The Central Bank is, therefore, expected to continue to provide support to the foreign exchange market, injecting more US currency into the system within the next few weeks.
The US currency also advanced for a third week against the yen, strengthening 2.
While the problem of counterfeit US currency is not widely publicized within the US, it is a well-recognized problem in other parts of the world.
A senior official of BB said the bank has purchased the US currency from six banks directly at market rate.
43 against the dollar in early trade at the Interbank Foreign Exchange market due to renewed dollar demand from importers and appreciation of the US currency overseas.
The funds raised will be used to retire a substantial part of the syndicated bank loan contracted in the US currency at the time of the GE AMERICOM acquisition.
The Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV) has announced it sold USD 210 million in the third auction of the Ancillary Foreign Currency Administration System (Sicad), a mechanism designed to support the Foreign Exchange Administration Commission (Cadivi)'s effort of supplying the US currency to the Venezuelan economy.
00 in US currency for the purchase and construction of a Pilot Plant for the Duna Chaopa Norte and La Barca ore-body.
These changes are in response to investor confusion created by ST's unusual symbol, which denotes US currency, and the assumption that a stock listed on a Canadian exchange would trade in Canadian dollars.
announced today that the Vancouver Stock Exchange (the "VSE") has agreed to trade the company's shares in US currency and to cease trading its shares in Canadian currency effective July 24, 1995.
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