United States dollar

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the basic unit of money in the United States

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The dollar-denominated commodity was feeling the effects of the stronger American currency, which made it more expensive for international investors.
The lira saw a drop of 13 percent in its value against the American currency.
95 points Rupee appreciates The Indian rupee on Tuesday inched up by a paisa against the American currency to end at 62.
Four currency-exchange businesses surveyed by Bloomberg on Thursday said sales of the American currency have stopped because of a lack of demand.
BIS said that it was concerned about the impact of a resurgent US dollar on emerging markets where companies hold large debts denominated in the American currency.
The Spy Ring discovered a plot by the British to produce counterfeit American currency to create financial turmoil.
However, drivers in the emirate say they usually accept most popular currencies including euros, pounds and dollars, the last of them being the most popular because of the dirham's fixed peg against the American currency.
and the report of the head of FED weakened the position of the American currency at the Russian market.
The dinar, which is pegged to the US dollar, has been strengthening against most international currencies on the back of a strong showing by the American currency but the rupee has been hit particularly hard because of local issues in the sub-continent, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.
21 against the US dollar at the Interbank Foreign Exchange market in early trade, following strong demand for the American currency from importers amid concerns over deepening eurozone crisis.
I would not bet a nickel, if that is still part of American currency, on the same thing happening in 2012 or beyond.
The American currency started the day's trading at Rs 85.
86 against the US dollar in early trade on the Interbank Foreign Exchange today amid a fall in the value of the American currency against its major rivals.
jobs data, which pushed investors to seek the safety of the American currency.
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