Well, it's a funny business, to be sure," she said, as still half reluctantly she unpegged
the coveted garments from the line; "but if what you say 's true, I suppose you must have them.
However, the Egyptian pound's flotation one year ago, which unpegged
it from the US dollar has made many feel poorer.
56 percent strengthening that marked the biggest change since July 2005, when the currency was unpegged
from the dollar.
43) The origin of these cases was the Argentinean economic emergency in 2001, when the Argentinean peso, unpegged
from the U.
The midpoint saw the biggest rise in a single day since the historic revaluation of the currency in July 2005, when Beijing unpegged
the yuan from the US dollar.
Let's remember that in January of 1999 the Brazilian currency was unpegged
from the dollar and lost half its value against the U.
Six months from now we'll forget about" the currency move, he predicted, just as the market has done with the Swiss central bank unpegged
the franc from the euro in January.
That devaluation -- the biggest since 2005 when China unpegged
the yuan, also known as the renminbi (RMB) from the dollar -- raised worries over the health of the world's second-largest economy.
He usually puts an unpegged
bullet weight of 1/4 or 3/8 ounce in front of the hook.
The bank's group chief executive for the Asia Pacific, Peter Wong, said that the currency could be unpegged
from the US dollar, tied to a basket of currencies or even the yuan.
Further to that observation, even unpegged
rates are by no means guaranteed to reflect a country's economic competitiveness (see box), though sooner or later they will probably do so, but even then possibly only in passing.
1 yuan to the dollar and rose roughly 25 percent when it unpegged
from the dollar in 2005.