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Synonyms for exchange rate

the charge for exchanging currency of one country for currency of another

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This paper examines correlations between currency exchange rates and economic output in a country.
Ace is interested in how fluctuation of inflation, interest and currency exchange rates and other economic factors could affect its business, Nealon said.
The results of a sensitivity or shock analysis (assessing a hypothetical effect on future earnings or fair values of financial and commodity instruments) of a selected move in interest rates, currency exchange rates and commodity prices, such as the effect of a 1% or 2% increase in interest rates on an entity's earnings.
Among them are adverse weather conditions, price volatility and availability of all energy products, including propane, natural gas, electricity and fuel oil, increased customer conservation measures, domestic and international economic and political conditions and currency exchange rates.
The firm released the findings in a whitepaper entitled Measuring the Influence of Currency Exchange Rates on United States Lodging Demand.
This arises from a fluctuation in currency exchange rates, even if the individual is not subject to gain in a foreign currency.
This can mainly be attributed to fluctuations in currency exchange rates.
This decline was primarily due to the negative impact of changes in currency exchange rates, which reduced net sales by approximately $10.
We're saying that if the currency exchange rates stay the same, as the macroforecasters say they will, we're looking at continued strong demand," he said.
The increase amounted to 6% after adjusting for changes in currency exchange rates.
Such risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, economic conditions, market demand and pricing, competitive and cost factors, raw material availability and prices, global interest rates, currency exchange rates, labor relations and other risk factors.
At comparable foreign currency exchange rates, net sales for the fourth quarter were up 34%.
These include political, economic or other conditions such as currency exchange rates, inflation rates, recessionary or expansive trends, taxes and regulations and laws affecting the business; competitive products, advertising, promotional and pricing activity; the degree of acceptance of new product introductions in the marketplace; technical difficulties which may arise with new product introductions; and the difficulty of forecasting sales at certain times in certain markets.