United States dollar

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Noun1.United States dollar - the basic unit of money in the United StatesUnited States dollar - the basic unit of money in the United States
dollar - the basic monetary unit in many countries; equal to 100 cents
Eurodollar - a United States dollar deposited in a European bank and used as an international currency to finance trade
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As per the police, the couples went to money exchange office claiming they want to exchange 500 Saudi Riyal with the American dollar and stole the foreign currencies which came as their plan of forgery.
Suspects were making sale and purchase of American dollar in the form of online electronic currency.
Consequently, a single American dollar will fetch you just over INR73.
The statement said that the increase in the petroleum prices was caused due to increase (of petroleum prices) in the international market and depreciation of the rupees against the American dollar. The official statement said that the financial impact of the dispensation would be implemented through the revision of the sales tax rates and the petroleum development levy.
According to Kabul-based moneychangers, the value of American dollar increased from 71 afghanis to 72.50 afghanis during the past week.
(AFP) March 21: The Nation report by Salman Abduhu states that Pakistani rupee on Tuesday slumped to an all-time low of 115.5 against the American dollar during intra-day trading in the interbank market, closing at Rs 114 as compared to Monday's closing rate of Rs 110.5, in what appeared to be a currency devaluation by the central bank, the second such intervention in less than four months.
Sterling reached 1.402 versus the greenback yesterday, as further weakness from the American dollar pushed the pound beyond the psychologicallyimportant milestone.
Along with its existing American dollar and Euro offerings, Payoneer provides UK-based customers with local receiving accounts in key trading markets to accept payments in those countries and currencies.
June 6, 2017 (KHARTOUM) - The Sudanese pound Tuesday slightly fell against the American dollar in the black market flowing the diplomatic rift between several Gulf countries and Qatar which they accused of supporting terrorist groups.
The central banks of Zimbabwe and China are still negotiating a deal to settle payments using the Chinese yuan as an alternative to the American dollar.
Currency market analysts said they anticipated the economic events would elevate the American dollar over other regional currencies.
In the global market, oil prices went down yesterday with American crude reaching under USD 50 pb due to the increase in US oil reserves and the price of the American dollar. American crude contracts for September delivery went up by 15 cents to reach USD 49.34 pb after being down by USD 1.6 on Wednesday.

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