Chilean peso


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Noun1.Chilean peso - the basic unit of money in ChileChilean peso - the basic unit of money in Chile; equal to 100 centesimos
centesimo - a fractional monetary unit of several countries: Panama and Italy and Uruguay and Chile
Chilean monetary unit - monetary unit in Chile
Translations
chilenischer Peso
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1% year-on- year appreciation of the Chilean peso against the U.
3% at Megaplaza Norte in Peru, when translated to Chilean pesos for consolidation purposes, the contribution was negative due to the utilization of the US Dollar end of period rate for conversion purposes prior to translating to Chilean pesos.
Financial Highlights (in millions of Chilean pesos as of March 31, 2008, except percentages and per share amounts) 1Q2008 1Q2007 Change Revenue from sales 57,635 58,754 -1.
Debt at Inversiones CMPC at the end of 2008 consisted of $687 million of syndicated loans, $300 million of a USD denominated bond due in 2018 and $350 million of bonds that are denominated in Chilean pesos.
This result reflects mainly the impact of the sharp appreciation of the Chilean peso for the period.
CLP5,348,000,000 Chilean Peso (CLP) UF-Adjusted Certificates Due 2027 Credit-linked to Petroleos Mexicanos S.
dollars from Chile and Argentina were offset by the sharp appreciation of the Chilean peso against the U.
Payments of interest and principal will be made in US dollars (USD) adjusted according to the prevailing value of the Unidad de Fomento (UF) and the Chilean Peso (CLP)/USD exchange rate.
3%) as a result of the strong appreciation of the Chilean peso against the U.
NEW YORK -- Fitch rates Signum Verde Limited 2007-5 Chilean Peso (CLP)-denominated notes as follows:
Higher domestic wine sales, strong sales from the subsidiary in the UK and higher exports from Argentina were offset by the decrease in revenues from export sales to third parties which were impacted by a 15% appreciation of the Chilean peso against the dollar.
Latam Trust, Series 2007-108 (the issuer) issued a class of credit-linked, fixed rate certificates with a principal amount of Chilean Peso (CLP) 5,081,500,000.