exchange rate


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Synonyms for exchange rate

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

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The results show that openness and capital flows have an important and contradictory impact on real exchange rate misalignment.
The People's Bank of China intervened heavily to push down the RMB-dollar exchange rate between February and April in 2014 to stamp out a one-way bet on RMB appreciation, which had gone on for many years.
The Balassa-Samuelson model has been widely used in analyzing real exchange rate determination.
Another growth of the Euro exchange rate took place on October 21 up to 71.
Noting the exchange rate, the Minister said: "This year s exchange rate is less favourable than last year s rate and is disappointing news for local farm businesses as it will reduce the amount of Single Farm Payment received.
The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV), said that it would lift the exchange rate of the Vietnamese dong (VND) against the US dollar.
In a statement to SUNA, Hijair pointed out that the stability of the normal and custom exchange rate from the official deal (Banks and Exchanges) reverse to the parallel market, noting that the mechanisms of the exchange rate's stability alone didn't give the required outcomes, calling on the concerning authorities to introduce some additional acts to work to contribute to stability of the exchange rate.
Let me mention that in the last decade, there have been some episodes when the real exchange rate index reached levels higher than 130, signaling a strong overvaluation of the Turkish lira.
Using monthly data, we investigate exchange rate pass-through from the US dollar (USD) and the Euro on the consumer price index (CPI) between January 1999 and March 2010.
1) Complete reform, consisting in the implementation of gradual devaluation in the CUP exchange rate for all companies; and 2) reform by sectors, consisting in the gradual incorporation of some sectors in a particular system with a devalued official exchange rate.
European breeders with a leaning towards Kentucky will no doubt now sit up and take notice of Exchange Rate, the catalyst for change being last year's unbeaten two-year-old Reckless Abandon.
The move towards a market--based exchange rate regime in 1993 and the subsequent adoption of current account convertibility were the key measures in reforming the Indian foreign exchange market.
In a statement to SANA, Mayaleh attributed the rise in USD exchange rate to the sharp drop in the EUR exchange rate against the USD.
Net sales for the first quarter of 2011, excluding effects of exchange rate movements and divestments, rose 6% as a result of higher prices and volumes compared with the same quarter a year ago.
As a working solution to this issue, managed exchange rate system allowing deviations within a very narrow band have been adopted.