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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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He was carrying foreign currency notes in bulk to exchange the same in Chennai.
At end-January, the outstanding amount of foreign currency deposits was USD 746.8 billion, down 10.6 percent year-on-year.
Under the headline of 'Sale of foreign currency notes to the public', the SBP said the dealers may sell foreign currency notes to persons proceeding abroad within the amount of foreign exchange allowed through special permission by the SBP or under the authority delegated to them.
Pakistan foreign currency reserves stood at $8,057.6 million only while, its current account deficit stood at $11.586 billion in first 10-month (July-April) in current fiscal year 2019.
Regarding loans, the effects of these changes are even more pronounced, as foreign currency indexed loans in the amount of over KM 10.5 billion since January have been classified as foreign currency loans.
"For example, Donald Trump tried to rock the foreign currency market by creating the theory of 'Iranophobia', that turned out to be partly successful.
RCBC rolls out improved online forex platform !-- -- (The Philippine Star) - December 2, 2018 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines RCBC online banking continues to make foreign currency exchanges easier and more convenient for many Filipinos as it now accommodates travel and investment-related transactions.
Ratio of credits in foreign currency and credits in national currency has changed since February 2016, the National Bank of Kyrgyzstan data showed.
Summary: Tunisia's foreign currency reserves are up again.
The ratings follow Moody's recent decision to downgrade Turkey's government bond rating to Ba3 from Ba2, with a negative outlook as well as lowering the ceiling for foreign currency deposits to B1.
In conjunction with the Outlook revision to Stable, Fitch affirmed Argentina's Foreign Currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) at Argentina 'B' and its Country Ceiling at 'B'.
LAHORE -- The FIA conducted a raid at Habib Prize Bond in Bhera in Sargodha District and recovered a huge cache of foreign currency from people doing illegal business of Hawala/Hundi.
The transportation of foreign currency in cash could have serious repercussions from the view of terrorism financing and money laundering via delivery of funds to forbidden individuals/entities.
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