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
Shanghai’s stock market today is about two-thirds of its mid-2015 highs and China’s foreign exchange reserves in September were $3.1 trillion, down from a peak of nearly $4 trillion in 2014.
Reuters reported on Monday that the draft resolution calls for a ban on North Korean textile exports, one of the country’s main generators of foreign exchange, as well as for a cap on crude-oil imports.
The cash influx represents 7 percent of its gross domestic product and dwarfs the $74 million the country holds in foreign exchange reserves.
But excluding Whole Foods and favorable foreign exchange rates, revenue is still up 29 percent year-over-year.
But the lack of foreign exchange means that imports may become scarce.
Closely watched organic sales, which exclude the impact of foreign exchange, mergers or acquisitions, rose 1%.
Closely watched organic sales, which exclude the impact of foreign exchange, mergers or acquisitions, rose 1 percent.
There are many companies that offer the arrangement and placement of foreign exchange students.
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First Known Use of foreign exchange
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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