Chilean peso


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Synonyms for Chilean peso

the basic unit of money in Chile

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Financial Highlights (in millions of Chilean pesos as of March 31, 2004, except percentages and per share amounts) 1Q2004 1Q2003 Change Revenues from sales 33,464 32,468 3.
LatAm Walkers Cayman Trust, Series 2006-101 (the issuer) issued a class of credit-linked, fixed rate certificates with a principal amount of Chilean Peso (CLP) 5,348,000,000.
As mentioned above, 2005 operating and bottom line results were impacted by the strong appreciation of the Chilean peso over our export returns in foreign currency.
Commenting on the results for the quarter and first nine-months, Company CEO Eduardo Guilisasti says, "Company results have been strongly affected by the appreciation of the Chilean peso against all the currencies in which it invoices its exports, mainly the US dollar, the euro and the pound sterling.
CLP5,081,500,000 Chilean Peso (CLP) UF-Adjusted Certificates Due 2032 Credit-linked to Morgan Stanley 'A-'.
The result was partially compensated by an exchange rate impact involving an appreciation of the Chilean peso against the U.
Signum Verde Limited, Series 2007-03 (the issuer) issued a class of credit-linked, fixed rate notes with a principal amount of Chilean Peso (CLP) 5,300,000,000.
The 6 percent increase in value of the Chilean peso relative to the dollar late in 2002 made imported goods and services more cost competitive.
CLP5,348,000,000 Chilean Peso (CLP) UF-Adjusted Notes Due 2027 Credit-linked to Empresa Nacional De Electricidad S.
Chilean peso amounts are expressed in Chilean pesos at March 31, 2005, whereas percentages are expressed in real terms.
1% mainly due to increases in headcount and a stronger Chilean peso.
In this report, Chilean peso amounts are expressed in Chilean pesos at June 30, 2005, whereas percentages are expressed in real terms.
Also, our operating and bottom line results were impacted by the strong appreciation of the Chilean peso over our export returns in foreign currency.
The implementation would allow the bank to settle payments between participant banks and companies in foreign currencies, as well as in the Chilean Peso.
the Inter-American Development Bank, and Chilean commercial bank CorpBanca, which is also offering a local Chilean Peso VAT facility equivalent to $35 million.