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  • 1 give currency — index promulgate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 give currency to — index circulate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 Currency War of 2009–2011 — The Currency War of 2009–2011 is an episode of Competitive devaluation which became prominent in September 2009. Competitive devaluation involves states competing with each other to achieve a relatively low valuation for their own currency, so as …

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  • 4 Currency — Money. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * currency cur‧ren‧cy [ˈkʌrənsi ǁ ˈkɜːr ] written abbreviation cur noun currencies PLURALFORM FINANCE 1. [counta …

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  • 5 currency — money. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary The currency that the security is traded in. London Stock Exchange Glossary * * * currency cur‧ren‧cy [ˈkʌrənsi ǁ ˈkɜːr ] written abbreviation cur noun currencies PLURALFORM …

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  • 6 Currency crisis — A currency crisis, which is also called a balance of payments crisis, is a sudden devaluation of a currency caused by chronic balance of payments deficits which usually ends in a speculative attack in the foreign exchange market. It occurs when… …

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  • 7 Currency of Colombia — Contents 1 Spanish colonial coinage 1.1 1622–1756 Cob coinage (macuquina) 1.2 1756–1822 Milled coinage 1.3 1813–1820 Necessity coinage …

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  • 8 Currency Strategist — A financial professional who evaluates economic trends and geopolitical moves to forecast price moves in the foreign exchange market. A currency strategist is often employed by a forex brokerage firm to perform research and analysis, and to form… …

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  • 9 Currency —    The Israel pound (lira Yisraelit) became the first currency of the modern state of Israel in August 1948. It replaced the Palestine pound that had been introduced by Great Britain in 1927 and was subdivided into 1,000 mils. Pursuant to the… …

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  • 10 North American currency union — Amero redirects here. For the teacher, see Julie Amero. The North American Currency Union is a theoretical economic and monetary union of three North American countries: Canada, the United States and Mexico. Map of a theoretical NAU, with Canada …

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  • 11 Optimum currency area — In economics, an optimum currency area (OCA), also known as an optimal currency region (OCR), is a geographical region in which it would maximize economic efficiency to have the entire region share a single currency. It describes the optimal… …

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  • 12 History of Canadian currency — Canada has an extensive history with regards to its currency. Beginning in the early 16th Century, items such as wampum and furs were actually considered currency. With the colonization of France and England, various coins were introduced in the… …

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  • 13 COINS AND CURRENCY — Jewish and Non Jewish Coins in Ancient Palestine THE PRE MONETARY PERIOD Means of payment are mentioned in the Bible on various occasions; the relevant passages in their chronological order reflect the development of these means from stage to… …

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  • 14 Non-decimal currency — A non decimal currency is a currency which has sub units that are a non decimal fraction of the main unit, i.e. the number of sub units in a main unit is not a power of 10. Contents 1 Contemporary non decimal currencies 2 Historic non decimal… …

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  • 15 Roman currency — Numismatics Terminology Portal Currency …

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  • 16 Community Currency — A form of paper scrip issued at the county, town or community level for use at local participating businesses. The theory behind community currencies is to encourage spending at local businesses as opposed to chain or big box stores. Local… …

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  • 17 Foreign Currency Convertible Bond - FCCB — A type of convertible bond issued in a currency different than the issuer s domestic currency. In other words, the money being raised by the issuing company is in the form of a foreign currency. A convertible bond is a mix between a debt and… …

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  • 18 Foreign currency transaction gains and losses —   Gains or losses resulting from the effect of exchange rate changes on transactions denominated in currencies other than the functional currency (for example, a U.S. enterprise may borrow Swiss francs or a French subsidiary may have a receivable …

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  • 19 European Currency Unit —   the forerunner of the Euro, this was a stable means of exchange between the former national currencies as they prepared to give way to the single currency …

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  • 20 Economy of Venezuela — Infobox Economy country = Venezuela currency = Bolívar fuerte (VEF) year = calendar organs = WTO, OPEC, Unasur, MERCOSUR , ALBA rank = 31st gdp = $334.600 billion (2007 est.) growth = 8.3% (2007 est.) per capita = $12,800 (2007 est.) sectors =… …

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