Examples of foreign exchange in a Sentence
Our country has to export more in order to earn more foreign exchange.
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Mining as a whole provides more than half of the country's foreign exchange revenue.
Because two currencies are involved in each foreign exchange transaction, the sum of the shares totals 200% instead of 100%.
His arrival in the boardroom coincided with an industrywide slump in global luxury sales, which was prompted by a crackdown on gift-giving and a slowdown in economic growth in China, geopolitical instability and volatile foreign exchange rates.
The bank’s former global head of foreign exchange alerted the traders around the globe via phone calls and chat messages, prosecutors at Johnson’s fraud trial say.
Student exchange programs have similar set standards for accepting student applicants into their foreign exchange programs.
Russia, on the other hand, relies on North Korean labor, a valuable source of foreign exchange for the Kim regime; Moscow has also expressed skepticism about the efficacy of international sanctions.
Trump administration officials said expanded sanctions on the country’s vital oil industry, which provides 95% of Venezuela’s foreign exchange, were possible if Mr. Maduro carried out his plans.
The cash influx represents 7 percent of its gross domestic product and dwarfs the $74 million the country holds in foreign exchange reserves.
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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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