• economics
    demand for $A, or an increase in the supply of $A. The positive effects of depreciation are noticed on the long run. It allows a more competitive industry at an international level, by making prices more competitive than imports. This helps  export income & reduce expenditure on imports on the long...
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  • Economics
    in terms of another economy’s currency. Typically in the case of Australia, the Australian dollar is measured in terms of the US dollar. Changes in the exchange rate, whether the alteration is an appreciation or depreciation, can have negative or positive impacts on the Australian economy. An...
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  • Impacts of Rupee Appreciation/Depreciation on Import
    , depreciation will make foreign goods relatively more expensive to you, leading to a fall in imports. It also means that, even if prices remain the same, your goods will be cheaper to foreigners. They will buy more of your goods and exports will rise. As a result, your country's net exports will increase...
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  • Pesteels Analysis of Organic Cosmetics
    -run. The appreciation of the rupees will help the economy in many ways. There will be positive impact on importers and negative impact on the exporters. Let's evaluate the possible impact of the devaluation of dollar and appreciation of rupees on the export & import in India. The dollar has...
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  • Australia's Exchange Rates
    the new relative prices. On the negative side, Australia's foreign debt and interest repayments become bigger burden in Australian dollar term. However, , the overall effect of a depreciation is expansionary. Rising export and falling imports stimulates the economy. Government might have to adopt to...
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  • Economics
    boom between 2005 and 2008 are that the US dollar experienced a significant depreciation of about 20% against other major currencies. Rising world commodity prices and a favourable movement in Australia’s terms of trade reflected strong demand for Australian resources exports. And sustained...
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  • The Australian Exchange Rate
    The Australian Exchange Rate By: Dontae Smith Introduction: What factors affect the demand and supply of 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...
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  • Export Appreciation
    and more Dollar flows to India, its supply exceeds demand and result in depreciation against Indian Rupee. As most of India’s trade is through US Dollar, continuous appreciation of Indian Rupee against US Dollar has a significant impact on exports. Exports through Euro were unable to balance the loss...
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  • An Analytical Study of the Impact of Dollar-Rupee Movement on Indian Equity Market.
    depreciation: Rupee depreciation is when it loses value against dollar. For a nation like India where import is more than export, rupee depreciation makes things worse because imports get expensive. This increases the deficit. Rupee depreciation is not a good signal except for export driven companies...
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  • Rathod Shailendra
    sector. US being the largest importer, majority of the Indian commodity exports are dollar denominated. The metal companies especially the iron-ore exporters would be benefited as they will have gains accruing from lower global commodities prices on account of rising dollar. RUPEE DEPRECIATION IN...
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  • exchang rate
    -dollar exports increase, as U.S. produced goods become cheaper abroad.  The effect on current-dollar imports is more ambiguous:  Depreciation increases the dollar cost of a given volume of imports, but the volume may decline to the extent that domestic goods and services are substituted for imports in...
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  • Dollar vs Rupee (Info)
    0.66 percent, Malaysia's Ringgit by 0.6 percent and Indonesia's Rupiah by 0.42 percent. On the other hand, China's Yuan has gained 0.45 percent against the US dollar, while Australia's dollar has also appreciated by 0.37 percent in the same period. "Recent economic data like exports, imports...
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  • Lala
    costs, is squeezing us dry," says Wang Fu, general manager of Sanyang Textile Co., Ltd, in addition to rising labor costs, energy, raw material prices and other factors in the Textile Industry, the depreciation of the dollar, the yuan appreciate too, and textile is bound to have significant negative...
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  • Trends and Turnover of Currency Market in India
    DEPRECIATION OF INDIAN RUPEE A strong economy would mean an appreciation of the Rupee. At the same time RBI has raised policy rates to check inflationary pressure. This would encourage more portfolio investment, leading to appreciation of the rupee. Rupee appreciation against US dollar is an...
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  • The Exchange Rate, Gdp and Kse, a Relationship Anlysis
    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, workers’ remittances...
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  • Currency
    growth rate in rupees is twice as large as the dollar rate, signifying depreciation of rupee in US dollars. The difference between the two growth rates may be attributed to exchange rate fluctuations. It may be inferred that the fluctuations of exchange rate accounts for 3.91 per cent growth of export...
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  • Exchange Rate System
    started appreciating from the last quarter of 2008. While depreciation indicates the competitiveness of our export sector, appreciation indicates the loss of competitiveness. With nominal exchange rate being fixed, REER showed depreciation in 2007/8 because of falling dollar against major currencies...
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  • Mr. Jean
    would increase the demand for US dollars is a plus for the BOP, anything that would require selling of US dollars would be a negative. II) USD appreciation/depreciation a) Fed policy - If the Fed raises interest rates, the return on bonds goes up and this makes holding US dollars more attractive...
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  • Economy
    that due to the appreciation of the Sri Lankan rupee against these currencies, imports will become cheaper and therefore it will lead to an increase in imports while reducing our export competitiveness and widen the trade deficit. Since India is one of our main trading partners, with the sharp...
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  • Australia's global role in the economy
    Dollars received by RB will add to money base  decrease money supply - RBA buys $AU  upward pressure on ER Last half of 2008: $AU lost 1/3 of its value against $US – RBA purchased $3.3 bil. Of $AU to moderate its depreciation and provide support in the forex market RBA sells $AU  prevents...
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