Examples of foreign exchange in a Sentence
Our country has to export more in order to earn more foreign exchange.
Recent Examples of foreign exchange from the Web
Tracy Walker, voiced by Greta Gerwig, is a foreign exchange student in Japan.
The nation’s current account deficit has risen by 50 percent in the eight months ended February and foreign exchange reserves are deteriorating at the fastest pace in Asia.
The Inquirer reports An Tso Sun, 18, a foreign exchange student from Taiwan, was charged last week with one misdemeanor count of making terroristic threats.
There are signs of stresses in the economy, including temporary blips in foreign exchange rates, the visitors say.
Eventually, compelled both by idealism and her helpless teen crush, so does the American foreign exchange student Tracy, voiced by Greta Gerwig.
Nevertheless, with foreign exchange reserves of more than $400 billion, India’s external finances are likely to offer some cushion to the rupee which is the second-worst Asian currency so far this year.
His central bank stopped providing foreign exchange to importers bringing in 41 categories of goods, including rice, toothpicks and incense.
On the bright side, lower prices drove a 2 percent increase in unit volume and foreign exchange boosted sales 1 percent – the first time in more than five years currency woes haven't lowered revenues.
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Financial Definition of FOREIGN EXCHANGE
What It Is
How It Works
Foreign Exchange has no centralized market. Instead, a foreign exchange market exists wherever the trade of two foreign currencies are taking place. It is open 24 hours a day, five days a week. This foreign exchange market exists to ease investment and trade. The primary trading centers are London, Paris, New York, Tokyo, Zurich, Frankfurt, Sydney, and Singapore. All levels of traders, from central banks to speculators, trade currencies with one another.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of foreign exchange for English Language Learners
: the process by which people in different countries pay each other by exchanging different types of money
: money from foreign countries
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