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something, such as coins or printed bills, used as a medium of exchange

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general acceptance or use

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By pooling the foreign currency gains and losses of all assets together with earnings, in the equity pool, the 1991 proposed regulations effectively required recognition of currency gain or loss on all the assets of the QBU, including nonfinancial assets.
dollar weakening and associated Asian currency strength.
To stay ahead of counterfeiters as advances in technology make digital counterfeiting of currency easier and cheaper, the government expects to redesign the currency about every seven to ten years.
The FCA adds that, "Due to the ongoing fixed rate of exchange, it has been estimated that the Chinese currency is undervalued by approximately 40 percent in relation to the U.
Since its rollout as the currency of everyday consumption this past January the euro has headed down once again, flirting with its historic lows by the beginning of March.
Thailand's currency was collapsing because it merited a collapse.
A: The euro becomes the official currency in the 11 nations.
Local currency works on the same principle, but instead of a central computer recording transactions, locally-issued dollars change hands.
currency occurs more frequently, agents detected another $137.
While accountants can perform foreign currency conversions when preparing, say, monthly financial statements, the challenge faced in managerial control is different.
NSHFV's obligations under the dual currency notes will be unconditionally guaranteed on a joint and several basis by CEMEX and its subsidiaries CEMEX Mexico, S.
Were one of the three currency issuers to engage in unilateral intervention, presumably to weaken its home currency versus one or both of the others, the other two would commit to offsetting that intervention.
currency is a worldwide symbol of security and integrity.