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 o...
Breaking free from dollar hegemony
By Henry C K Liu
The vast expansion of US-led globalized trade since the Cold War ended in 1991 had been fueled by unsustainable serial debt bubbles built on dollar hegemony, which came into existence on a global scale with the emergence of deregulated global...
Management Education Programme-2006-07
Brief Write up on Rupee-Dollar Exchange Rate Forecasting as of 31st March 2007
During the Bretton Woods era, Indian Rupee was pegged to the pound sterling. After the collapse of the fixed rate system, there was a brief interval when it was pegged to the U...
Order Code RL31985
CRS Report for Congress
Received through the CRS Web
Weak Dollar, Strong Dollar: Causes and Consequences
Updated June 13, 2005
Craig K. Elwell Specialist in Macroeconomics Government and Finance Division
Congressional Research Service ˜ The Library of Congress...
NBER WORKING PAPER SERIES
OIL AND THE DOLLAR
Working Paper No. 554
NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH 1050 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge MA 02138
This paper was presented at the NBER's 1980 Summer Institute in International Studies. This research was su...
We discuss the currency depreciation vs. devaluation. Also, discuss the impact of currency depreciation from Indian economy perspective.
Currency Depreciation & Impact
Rajesh Kanjani (34473)
SIBM Exe. MBA (2011-2014)
Currency Devaluation vs. Depreciatio...
THE EFFECT OF EXCHANGE RATE VOLATILITY ON INFLATION IN NIGERIA (1986-2007)
FADEYI AKNWALE ABRAHAM
1. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY...
EFFECT OF INTEREST RATE ON FOREIGHN EXCHANGE RATE
(EVIDENCE FROM ASIAN REGION)
In this article we investigate the impact of a change in U.S. short term interest rates relative to those in some Asian countries like Bangladesh, Thailand, Japan, Pakistan, and China on the bilateral f...
The foreign exchange market is a worldwide decentralized over-the-counter financial market for the trading of currencies. Financial centers around the world function as anchors of trading between a wide range of different types of buyers and sellers around the clock, with the except...
PTI Dec 16, 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 wi...
Journal of Policy Modeling 29 (2007) 691–696
The dollar and the current account deﬁcit:
How much should we worry?
Michael Mussa ∗
Peterson Institute for International Economics, 11 Dupont Circle, NW Washington, DC 20036-1207, USA
Available online 3 June 2007
The U.S. curren...
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 Excha...
Guangdong University of Technology
School of Management
Term Paper of International Business
The influence of the RMB appreciation on China’s
external trade and countermeasures
Group No.: Team 9
Arth Prabhand: A Journal of Economics and Management
Vol.1 Issue 1, April 2012, ISSN
AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON INDIAN CURRENCY RUPEE
DEPRECIATION AGAINST THE US DOLLAR AND ITS ECONOMIC
*Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Management and Technology,...
April 18, 2013
Foreign Trade: Effect on America
Foreign trade has become more important to our economy in recent years. Exports and imports of goods and services have grown rapidly. A growing trade volume benefits our standard of living in several...
Economic crisis has been a common phenomenon all over the world in the past century. A country experiences a sudden down turn brought about by a financial crisis, financial assets lose a large part of their value, a falling GDP, drying up of liquidity, rising or falling of prices due...
Impact of exchange rate on Imports and Exports of Pakistan.
Abdullah Hashmi (18016)
Table of Contents
1. Introduction: 3
1.1What is exchange rate? 3
1.2 Floating exchange rate function. 3
1.3 How exchange rate effect imports and exports? 3