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a generally accepted form of money, including coins and paper notes , which is issued by a government and circulated within an economy.

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FX - Reconciling monetary policy and interest rate parity

Theory suggests that as rates rise domestically, the home currency (call it currency A) will appreciate against currency B (all else equal). What we see with currency forward rates though seems to be ...
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Creating a pragmatic, useable (not theory heavy) proxy for a currency basket for a set of economies

This is currently, a gedanken experiment, but may well form the basis of a whitepaper - or better still, an actual project. I am trying to come up with a practical way of creating a "currency ...
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If Lebanon has a shortage of dollars, are USD donations meaningless?

I was reading about the dollar crisis in Yemen the other day, which mentioned that even people who owned dollars couldn’t withdraw them. If the situation with Lebanon’s currency is similar, what ...
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How does the imposition of import duties affect the nominal and real exchange rates in the long term?

Let's assume that a country imposes an import duty on goods imported from abroad. How will this change the long-term real exchange rate between domestic and foreign currencies? How will it affect the ...
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Depreciation of currency shall incentivise or disincentivise the foreign portfolio investors?

I am confused - if suppose currency depreciates then assets will become cheaper and foreign investors will find it enticing to buy these assets so in that case, foreign inflows shall increase In ...
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How to interpret correctly the uncovered interest rate parity condition

So, according to my macroeconomics professor's notes, the UNCOVERED INTEREST RATE PARITY CONDITION is defined this way : Now, i don't quite grasp the concept of the 'expected appreciation rate of ...
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Why does a loose Fed policy reduce the downward pressure on the currencies of emerging markets?

To start off, my background is not in economics but in Computer Science. I recently read in the Economist that a looser Fed policy removes downward pressure on the currencies of emerging markets. Is ...
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Math based proof for currency changes (microeconomics)

This isn't part of my homework but I am genuinely interested in the mathematical proof behind this question (this is my line of work currently). I tried to work through it but after 2 hours gave up. ...
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What does 'currency convertibility' mean?

As a student with almost zero background in economics, I've been struggling to comprehend the notion of the currency convertibility. Most of the definitons I've found online talk about the ease with ...
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Measuring economic growth in GDP (in USD) vs Real GDP (domestic currency)

I've noticed that a lot of data online seems to measure a non-US country in USD. This seems odd to me, because doesn't that mean that US fiscal/monetary policies, politics, and economics would affect ...
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Effect of interest rates on currencies

I always understood that high interest rates in country A attract investors and cause the currency to appreciate. However, the interest rate parity theory suggests that high interest rates weaken a ...
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Commonly used indicators for currency pair strength?

I am attempting to write a program in Python that monitors a single currency pair, GPB/NZD to be specific. My main focus will be to run constant calculations every 2 to 3 minutes in order to give ...
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Inflation-adjusted units of account

In Chile, most of prices are measured in the local currency, the peso (currency code CLP). However, there are two other units of account. These are the UF and the UTM. These keep track of the real ...
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Currency triplets - arbitrage opportunity?

I have three currency pairs - USDEUR - 0.88, USDINR - 67.13 and EURINR - 75.88 , so simple math tells me that EURINR should be USDINR/USDEUR = 76.28 ...this is a fairly significant deviation from an ...
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How does the euro swap for Greek debt work?

As I understand it, some portion of the Greek sovereign debt has been converted into "Euro swaps". Can someone explain in simple terms what that means? What debt was given to whom?
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Why doesn't Dollar exchange rate go down?

I am from India and my question is related to conditions based in India which may be applicable to other countries as well. Dollar value is gradually rising in India. I was trying to understand why. ...
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Do the stock performances of various companies have a measurable correlation with exchange rate?

For example if the values of big companies in a country decrease, will the value of that country's currency measurably decrease?
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Why does the United States have a fungible currency?

Given all the problems of money laundering and black market money entering the market why does the US have a fungible currency at all? If I put my totalitarian hat on it would make sense for every ...
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Consequences of removing hard currency [closed]

If an appropriate electronic system were implemented governments would know how much money there is in circulation, who has it and if some illegal transaction has been done. This measure could help ...
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how does the USA maintain the value of it currency in light of $800 billion trade deficits

In light of its Reserve currency status, How does the USA maintain the value of it currency in light of $\$800$ billion trade deficits that have accumulated to over $\$12$ trillion as pointed out by ...
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Is the debt owed to resourceful producers by resourceless consumers practically irrepayable?

Here is my argument for the debt owned by resourceless consumers to resourceful producers (as currency, bonds, loans, or other means). Is it correct? If not, where am I going wrong? Economic value is ...
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Are currencies equilibrating?

I was travelling recently and realised that dollars, euros, British pounds and Swiss francs all have more or less the same worth (i.e. 1 dollar $\cong $1 pound $\cong$ 1 euro $\cong $ 1 chf). This was ...
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Is it possbile central banks are outside of books getting money from deflation? [duplicate]

Is it possile that central banks are secretly stealing from the economy by printing money when the the dollar deflates, so the dollar stay the same value and nobody notice it? What if the dollar ...
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Series 2013 US dollar bills [closed]

it's 2015 now but still, I can't find any USD bills of 2013 series. All my bills are 2009 series (not even 2009A series). I'm looking for 100 dollar denomination. what's the latest series for USD ...
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Relation inExchange rate of currency.and Export

You might say that this question has been asked many times. But all were too complex for me. I read a report stating Indian Rupee appreciation (from 75 to 73), will negatively affect exports for India....
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Central Banks Currency being used as value keeping hypothesis

I recently came up with the idea that all the worlds currencies with central banks may be being used as a way to steal value from people who give value to them. And no, im not talking about inflation (...
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What is the list of countries where the central bank prints money?

Is there a list of the countries where the central bank is creating money, today ? How much ? We know for: EUR: Euro countries (since ECB QEs) (and euro-bound countries as DKK ?) YEN: Japan (BOJ '...
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Why does a weaker currency make sovereign debt cheaper?

Investopedia tells me that a weaker currency will reduce sovereign debt burdens. It is quoted as saying 'a weaker currency makes [these] payments effectively less expensive over time.' However, I ...
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How does one country peg its currency to another's? [closed]

For example, Belize has pegged its currency to the US dollar at an exchange rate of 2 Belize dollars to 1 US dollar. How does Belize do that?
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Can the U.S print infinite money? [duplicate]

I know that a country can't simply print money to pay debt, since it would only lower the value of the money, i. e. cause inflation. But what about the U.S? Since their new printed money is very ...
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Is there merit to the argument of reducing the US trade deficit

Is the merit to the argument of reducing the US trade deficit and the inequitable tariff regime imposed by its trading partners that works unfavorably towards the US. Does this give merit to the ...
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Famous recent paper on monetary Unions

do you know any (theoretical or empirical) recent famous paper about monetary unions ? I heard that topics like "monetary unions at ZLB" or "fiscal coordination during crisis time" ...
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How do currency traders resolve imbalances in the demand for different currencies?

Countries trade different amounts of goods that are inherently imbalanced. How do currency traders resolve these imbalances in the demand for different currencies? For example.... Imagine we have two ...
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What faction determines the strength of a state's currency and can that faction be rebelled?

I know that to determine the strength of a state's currency (a currency's Equilibrium Price), the following factors are contemplated by some faction, but I don't know what is that faction. ...
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What is meant by digital currency? [closed]

I know that China introduced digital currency for the first time in 2014.There was some issue following the bitcoin. But I sincerely do not understand what it means by digital currency. A slightly ...
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Which country has the most efficient growth? [closed]

By efficient I mean "currency printed by the country's government" vs the GDP growth. The currenty printed should be measured in weight of gold, i.e. if the govt print 1 trillion of its ...

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