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exchange rate

noun [C]
 
 
( also rate of exchange)
ECONOMICS, FINANCE the rate at which the currency of one country can be changed for the currency of another country: a fall/rise in the exchange rate The fall in the exchange rate triggered a rise in inflation.a competitive/favourable/good exchange rate Maintaining low inflation is essential to secure a stable and competitive exchange rate. a high/low exchange rate exchange rate fluctuations/movements
→  See also equilibrium exchange rate , fixed exchange rate , floating exchange rate , forward exchange rate , official exchange rate , real exchange rate , spot exchange rate , trade-weighted exchange rate , unofficial exchange rate
Translations of “exchange rate”
in Korean 환율…
in Arabic سِعْر الصَّرْف…
in Portuguese taxa de câmbio…
in Catalan tipus de canvi…
in Japanese 両替率, 為替レート…
in Italian tasso di cambio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 匯率, 兌換率…
in Russian курс валюты…
in Turkish döviz kuru…
in Chinese (Simplified) 汇率, 兑换率…
in Polish kurs wymiany…
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