D-mark

D-mark

or D-Mark (dē′märk′)
n.
Informal A deutsche mark.

[German.]

D-mark

or

D-Mark

n
(Currencies) short for (the former) Deutschmark

D-mark

or D-Mark

(ˈdiˌmɑrk)
n.
a German mark; Deutsche mark.
Translations

D-mark

[ˈdiːmɑːk] N ABBR =DeutschmarkDM m

D-Mark

n (Hist) abbr of DeutschmarkD-Mark f
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And with the pound only just starting to decline in value against the D-mark, there are few hopesthe situation will ease in time for output to start growing in the current quarter.
We have previously argued that the appreciation of the D-Mark has followed from the realisation that unification, with its attendant increase in the supply of labour, will reduce real wages and would improve German competitiveness if the exchange rate did not rise.
The venture will merge Franklin's D-Mark channel bank with StarComm's V.
Yet not only are they overlooking that the French and Germans include in their figures all those who are economically inactive, as opposed to those who merely get benefit entitlement but also that the weaker the D-Mark has now become more competitive.
Over the year to the end of July 1990 the Yen had depreciated by 14 per cent and the D-Mark had risen by 9 per cent in effective terms.
According to Frank Peters, Franklin's president and chief executive officer, "We have been in an intense product development period which has yielded our new Tempest TCP/IP & IP Novell Boundary Router, the D-Mark Channel Bank and the Typhoon Basic Rate ISDN terminal adaptor.
The influx of labour into the West will put downward pressure on wages and German import prices will be held down by the recent appreciation of the D-Mark.
The D-Mark has risen over the last six months mainly as a consequence of developments in the East.
By 1988-9 these values were halved in the case of the Dollar, declined to one quarter of the 1960 value for the D-mark and fell vis-a-vis the Swedish Kronor as well, though only by about 25 per cent in view of the latter's devaluation.
Additional products offered by D-Mark include activated carbon, aluminum and honeycomb filters for the appliance and air cleaner markets, as well as filled filters for V-Banks, or extended surface filters, and heavy duty air cleaners.
Following that, the D-Mark needed several more decades to become the second-most important investment and reserve currency after the U.
As currency dealers ponder the prospect of a 43p D-mark while UK pigs command up to 1 Op per kg more than Danish or Dutch stock, the trade ought to be at its price limit.