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  • 1 have currency — index circulate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 currency — n. paper money 1) to issue; print currency 2) to call in, withdraw currency 3) convertible, hard; foreign; non convertible, soft, weak; stable, strong currency general use 4) to enjoy, have currency (to enjoy wide currency) * * * [ kʌrənsɪ]… …

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  • 3 Currency Symbol — A graphical symbol used as a substitute for the actual name of a form of money which is usually unique to a specific country or region. A currency symbol is the short hand, familiar version of a currency. Short hand currency identifiers created… …

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  • 4 Currency packaging — includes several forms of packing money for easy handling and counting. Many systems use standard color coding or are marked to indicate the amount in the package. Contents 1 Currency straps 2 Coin bags 3 Coin wrappers 4 …

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  • 5 Currency competition — is a monetary system in which private entities print money (usually backed by a valuable, exchangeable commodity such as gold or silver) in order to satisfy the demand for a simple, low cost method of trading goods and services. Competition in… …

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  • 6 Currency Reform for Fair Trade Act 2010 — Enacted by U.S. Congress Date signed n/a Introduced by Timothy …

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  • 7 Currency overlay — is a financial trading strategy or method conducted by specialist firms who manage the currency exposures of large clients, typically institutions such as pension funds, endowments and corporate entities. Typically the institution will have a pre …

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  • 8 Currency (film) — Currency Directed by Swathy Bhaskar Produced by Brij Gill Wr …

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  • 9 currency effect — UK US noun [C] ► an increase or decrease in the value of a foreign investment or of something bought or sold in a foreign country caused by a change in the exchange rate (= the rate at which the currency of one country can be changed for the… …

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  • 10 currency volatility — UK US noun [U] ► FINANCE, ECONOMICS a situation in which the value of a country s currency changes suddenly and often: »Floating exchange rates have not resulted in currency volatility, as feared …

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  • 11 Currency war — Brazilian Finance Minister Guido Mantega, who made headlines when he raised the alarm about a Currency War in September 2010. In July 20 …

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  • 12 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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  • 13 Currency — For other uses, see Currency (disambiguation). Coins and banknotes are the two most common forms of currency. Pictured are several denominations of the euro …

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  • 14 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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  • 15 Currency transaction tax — For the more specific types of currency transaction taxes , see Tobin tax and Spahn tax. See also: Financial transaction tax A currency transaction tax is a tax placed on a specific type of currency transaction for a specific purpose. This term… …

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  • 16 Currency swap — Foreign exchange Exchange rates Currency band Exchange rate Exchange rate regime Exchange rate flexibility Dollarization Fixed exchange rate Floating exchange rate Linked exchange rate Managed float regime Markets Foreign exchange market Futures… …

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  • 17 Currency board — Part of a series on Government Public finance File:Governmentbhj,i,gu Vedder Highsmith detail 1.jpeg …

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  • 18 Currency sign — Not to be confused with currency code (the three letter ISO 4217 abbreviation) or the ¤ currency symbol. A currency sign is a graphic symbol used as a shorthand for a currency s name, especially in reference to amounts of money. They typically… …

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  • 19 Currency risk — Categories of financial risk Credit risk Concentration risk Market risk Interest rate risk Currency risk Equity risk Commodity risk Liquidity risk Refinancing risk …

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  • 20 Currency bill tracking — USD 1 banknote (Dollar bill) Currency bill tracking is the process (usually facilitated by any one of a number of websites set up for the purpose) of tracking the movements of banknotes, similar to how ornithologists track migrations of birds by… …

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