Recent Examples of franc from the Web
Ri's remarks provided a bid for gold, Treasuries, and other haven assets like the yen and Swiss franc.
There’s a stunning New York rosé from Bellwether, the earthy cab franc fruit of Chinon’s Olga Raffault aged in chestnut barrels, and sparkling wine from … England?
Plumbing repairs to a downtown UBS branch and three nearby restaurants where the bills were flushed have cost thousands of francs, Bloomberg reports.
The country now boasts the lowest unemployment in the 28-member bloc and the koruna has been the best performer in the past two decades among major currencies worldwide, along with the Swiss franc.
One complication is that the SNB’s assets, being foreign, fluctuate in value along with the franc.
The typical firm had three employees and profits of 94,512 CFA francs ($173) a month.
In 2014, shares took a beating from the depreciation of the Swiss franc and problems in the vitamin E market.
Though the border may be open, Switzerland is not a member of the European Union and uses the Swiss franc rather than the euro.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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