Foreign Exchange

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Staatsbank - The Internal Foreign Exchange Rate Regime
... (on which it expended considerable resources) was attempting to control the circulation of foreign exchange within the G.D.R ... This was primarily because of concerns that the circulation of foreign exchange (particularly the Deutschmark) could lead to the establishment of a parallel currency ... Thus citizens of the GDR who were in the possession of foreign exchange (typically Deutschmarks sent by Western relatives or, for a small minority such as writers and artists, overseas royalties earnings ...
Currency Of Ecuador - 1932–2000 Sucre
... Main article Ecuadorian sucre The gold exchange standard was suspended February 8, 1932 ... Exchange controls were adopted April 30 and the official rate was fixed at 5.95 (buying) per US dollar ... followed by numerous adjustments to the foreign exchange system as the sucre continued to depreciate ...
Spot Date
... In the foreign exchange market, spot is normally two banking days forward for the currency pair traded ... For example, a one month foreign exchange forward settles one month after the spot date ... For a trade with two dates, such as a foreign exchange swap, the first date is usually taken as the spot date ...
Foreign Exchange - Other Uses
... Foreign exchange service (telecommunications), connection of a phone to a non-local office Foreign student exchange, a school program in which students study in ...
Little Brother Discography - Members - Phonte Albums
2003 Phonte Eccentric The Story of US 2004 The Foreign Exchange Connected 2008 The Foreign Exchange Leave It All Behind 2008 Phonte Zo! Zo! Tigallo Love The 80's 2010 The Foreign Exchange Authenticity 2011 ...

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