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  1. Why Is the Chinese Yuan Pegged?

    Explore China's currency peg, which has helped Asia's largest economy enjoy robust ...
  2. 6 Factors That Influence Exchange Rates

    An in depth look at out how a currency's relative value reflects a country's economic ...
  3. 5 Places Where Your Travel Dollar Goes Furthest

    The dollar is pretty strong right now, but where is it strongest? Canada? South Africa? ...
  4. How Foreign Exchange Affects Mergers and Acquisitions ...

    Learn how foreign exchange rates can impact the flows of international merger and ...
  5. Why When China Sneezes the U.S. Catches a Cold

    The size and breadth of the Chinese economy will naturally affect the U.S. Making ...
  6. 4 Companies Affected by the Appreciating Dollar ...

    Learn why the appreciating dollar negatively impacts certain companies such as Google, ...
  1. 4 Companies Affected by the Appreciating Dollar ...

    Learn why the appreciating dollar negatively impacts certain companies such as Google, ...
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    Understand the various costs involved with taking a trip to Cuba, including vaccination ...
  1. What risks does a Foreign Institutional Investor (FII) face?

    Read about the types of risks that a foreign institutional investor faces when trading in Indian stock exchanges and dealing ...
  2. What is the purpose of the International Monetary Fund?

    Read about the stated goals of the International Monetary Fund, which acts as an economic adviser and lender of last resort ...
  3. How are international exchange rates set?

    International currency exchange rates display how much one unit of a currency can be exchanged for another currency. Currency ...
  4. How often do exchange rates fluctuate?

    Exchange rates float freely against one another, which means they are in constant fluctuation. Currency valuations are determined ...
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