“Currency” in the news

Example collocations

foreign currency
local currency
national currency
new currency
paper currency

Publications and example sentences

Seeking Alpha
· Continued Pricing Pressure Tips Daqo's Risk Reward Prospect Slightly Bearish  
Since the USD and RMB currencies were fairly stable during the quarter, the manufacturing cost decline was primarily due to operational efficiencies.
Seeking Alpha
· Portfolio Managers Discuss Contrarian Views And Emerging Opportunities  
The risks of investing in securities of foreign issuers can include fluctuations in foreign currencies, political and economic instability, and foreign taxation issues.
Malay Mail
· In Sudan, traced Bashir regime assets ‘tip of iceberg’  
The country also remains in deep economic crisis, suffering an acute shortage of foreign currency and soaring inflation, which reached around 99 percent in April.
Seeking Alpha
· What Makes The Mexican Peso Important  
Mexico's economy is highly sensitive to the U.S., which makes its currency one to watch in a volatile environment.
Seeking Alpha
· Breakouts Need Confirmation  
The dollar had a difficult week, falling against all the major currencies.
The New York Times
· Newly Minted Work by a Change Artist  
Studies that have shown that simply touching currency can elevate people’s emotional states, and a Swing sofa or chair invites sitters to immerse themselves in cold, hard — though surprisingly comfortable — cash.
Seeking Alpha
· Weekly Commentary: The Scourge Of 'Whatever It Takes' Monetary Mismanagement  
For the week, Currency increased $9.3bn.
The Guardian
· Out on the 'microbeats' where police hope to reclaim London's streets from gangs  
It might seem odd that criminals would choose to be conspicuous, but fear is currency in west Croydon.
Financial Express
· Supreme Court must not flinch from its duty, not ever: P Chidambaram  
As everyone knows, on November 8, 2016, the Central government declared as illegal the Rs 1,000 and the Rs 500 currency notes.
The New York Times
· Coronavirus Showed How Globalization Broke the World  
And the idea that violent Islamist jihadism would be the engine of Islam’s revival — and that purging the region of foreign influences, particularly American, was its necessary first step — gained much wider currency.