• Economics
    Analyse the effects of changes in the exchange rate of the Australian dollar (against other currencies) on the Australian economy. Fluctuations in the exchange rate of the Australian dollar can have significant implications on the Australian economy. The exchange rate is the price of one currency in...
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    Analyse the effects of changes in the exchange rate of the Aus. dollar (against other currencies) on the Aus economy: The exchange rate refers to the relative price of 2 currencies. It is an indication of the relative purchasing power of one currency to another and is an essential price determining...
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  • Impacts of Rupee Appreciation/Depreciation on Import
    INTRODUCTION CURRENCY APPRECIATION:- An increase in the value of one currency in terms of another. Currencies appreciate against each other for various reasons, including capital inflows and the state of a country's current account. Typically, a Forex trader trades a currency pair in the hopes of...
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  • Pesteels Analysis of Organic Cosmetics
    two currencies.    Therefore, if I have Rs1,000/- with me and I wish to get US $ by surrendering the above INR, I need to go to a bank or an authorized currency dealers for this transaction.    They will convert my INR into US$ at that day's rate.    Thus, it becomes clear that there is a foreign exchange market...
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  • The Australian Exchange Rate
    Australian dollars in the foreign exchange markets? Distinguish between the possible causes and effects of currency depreciation and a currency appreciation on the Australian economy. What forces have come into play, if any, in the past four months that have affected the value of the Australian dollar? Exchange...
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  • Rathod Shailendra
    A CONCEPTUAL STUDY ON FLUCTUATION OF RUPEE IN RELATION TO DOLLAR MEHUL RAITHATHA* ABSTRACT The appreciating rupee is posing a unique set of challenges for the Indian economy. The impact would not be limited to macro economy alone but it will also affect down to the level of firms under various...
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  • Australia's Exchange Rates
    currencies The most common way of measuring is to quote the Australian dollar relative to another. E.g. $A is quoted as '$US0.75' or '85 Yen'. Trade weight index The Trade weight index (TWI) compares the Australian dollar against a basket of currencies. These currencies are weighted according to...
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  • Economics
    dollar’s trend appreciation during the period of the global resources boom between 2005 and 2008. The reasons for the Australian dollar’s trend appreciation during the period of the global resources boom between 2005 and 2008 are that the US dollar experienced a significant depreciation of about 20% against...
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  • An Analytical Study of the Impact of Dollar-Rupee Movement on Indian Equity Market.
    1. TITLE OF THE STUDY: An analytical study of the impact of Dollar-Rupee movement on Indian equity market. 2. INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY: The study is about how the Rupee appreciation or Rupee depreciation against Dollar impacts the investors in Indian equity market. The study details about...
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  • Dollar vs Rupee (Info)
    2012, 10.40AM IST Rupee may breach 55-mark again vs dollar by year-end: Experts NEW DELHI: Continuing its volatile path, the rupee is likely to breach the 55-mark again before this year-end against the dollar due to demand for the US currency from banks, oil importers and withdrawals by FIIs...
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  • Export Appreciation
    Chapter 3 IMPACT OF RUPEE APPRECIATION ON INDIA’S EXPORT (WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON LABOUR INTENSIVE SECTORS) Indian exports enjoyed the advantage of slow depreciation of currency during the period of mid2005 to mid-2006. Rupee showed a turn around since August 2006. In terms of Real Effective Exchange...
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  • exchang rate
    countries and international organization. Since the start of the War in Afghanistan, the majority of the Aid comes from the United States.The Majority of US assistance to Pakistan is from the Coalition Support Fund which is reimbursement to Pakistan for expenses already incurred and compensation for facilities...
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  • Trends and Turnover of Currency Market in India
    the counter currency is being sold. The opposite is true, when the sale of a currency pair takes place. There is appreciation and depreciation of exchange value of currency and it effect the various industry, it has an impact in seller, buyer, trader, government of both buyer and seller country. In this...
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  • Lala
    RMB appreciation on the impact of Sanyang Company In recent years, the value of RMB constantly is increasing. As we know, the RMB appreciation is a double-edged sword. For the economy of our country, the appreciation of RMB can improved terms of trade, curbing inflation and digestion of excess foreign...
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  • Impact of Decreasing Rupee on Indian Economy
    RBI The fall of rupee vs. Dollar has created the same conundrum what the rupee appreciation caused in year 2007. However, the impact has reversed this time with exporters making appreciated revenues and the importers feeling the heat. The increased demand for dollars vis-à-vis the India rupee has...
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  • The Exchange Rate, Gdp and Kse, a Relationship Anlysis
    currency (mostly US dollar in Pakistan) used in imports and exports trade. Whereas the volumes of imports and changes therein seem to be the major source to determine demand for US dollar in Pakistan, the value and changes in exports appear to be the major determinants of supply of dollar. In addition,...
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  • Currency
    Sharma** Abstract The paper has used Prakash theorem to develop an input output model to estimate output effect of foreign exchange rate fluctuations through their impact on export earnings and import bills. The study finds that exchange rate has fluctuated a lot from 1990-91 to 2007-8, though the fluctuations...
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  • Walmart Case:
    good product quality. Why does Walmart important for American economy and beyond? According to the figures from Charles Fishman’s book The Walmart Effect, more than half of all Americans live within 5 miles of a Walmart. Every week, more than 100 million Americans shop at Walmart (1). In comparison...
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  • Mr. Jean
    interest income i) trade balance = exports - imports. Exports +, imports - ii) net tranfers - gifts between countries. Gift to US +, gift to other countries - iii) net interest income - income you receive from coupon payments (bonds) and dividends (stocks). US recieves (+), US gives (-) b) Capital account...
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  • Economy
    India raises duty on gold imports as demand India is the world's surges biggest consumer of gold and demand for the metal has been rising further India has increased the duty on gold imports for the second time in six months, in an attempt to rein in surging demand for the precious metal. The finance...
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