“Currency” in the news
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· 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.
· 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.
· 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.
· 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.
· 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.
· Weekly Commentary: The Scourge Of 'Whatever It Takes' Monetary Mismanagement →
For the week, Currency increased $9.3bn.
· 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.
· 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.