exchange rate

(redirected from Exchange rates)
Also found in: Thesaurus, Financial, Encyclopedia.

exchange rate

n.
A rate of exchange.

exchange rate

n
(Banking & Finance) the rate at which the currency unit of one country may be exchanged for that of another

exchange′ rate`


n.
the ratio at which a unit of the currency of one country can be exchanged for that of another country.
[1895–1900]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.exchange rate - the charge for exchanging currency of one country for currency of anotherexchange rate - the charge for exchanging currency of one country for currency of another
charge per unit, rate - amount of a charge or payment relative to some basis; "a 10-minute phone call at that rate would cost $5"
Translations
měnový kurzsměnný kurs
vekselkurs
vaihtokurssivaluuttakurssi
tečaj valute
為替レート
환율
menjalni tečaj
växlingskurs
อัตราแลกเปลี่ยน
tỉ giá ngoại hối

exchange rate

ntasso di cambio

exchange rate

سِعْرُ الصَّرْف směnný kurs vekselkurs Wechselkurs τιμή συναλλάγματος tipo de cambio valuuttakurssi taux de change tečaj valute tasso di cambio 為替レート 환율 wisselkoers vekslingskurs kurs wymiany taxa de câmbio обменный курс växlingskurs อัตราแลกเปลี่ยน döviz kuru tỉ giá ngoại hối 兑换率
References in periodicals archive ?
KARACHI -- Treasury Management Division of National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) on Monday issued the following exchange rates.
Have these dollar exchange rates made you feel like taking your very own inexpensive vacation?
The Optimal Currency Areas (OCA) theory pioneered by Mundell (The American Economic Review, 1961) arose in the early sixties of the last century as an extension of the literature on the choice between fixed or flexible exchange rates.
Regression model is used to undertake empirical examination of the linkage between exchange rates, portfolio flow and industrial production.
The market's forecast for the RMB exchange rate has focused predominately on the RMB-dollar cross rate, ignoring the Chinese currency's trade-weighted exchange rates (or nominal effective exchange rate and real effective exchange rate).
In the aggregate, relative goods-prices compared across countries are defined as real exchange rates.
So, by the end of March, the central bank was very comfortable with the levels of both the nominal and real exchange rates since there was room for a limited decrease of the nominal exchange rate, allowing some appreciation of the Turkish lira.
5 Avellan evaluated the relationship between parallel exchange rates.
By the end of the 1960s, Pakistan was implementing a very complex system of controls and multiple exchange rates owing to export bonus voucher scheme.
So, foreign currency exchange rates have declined, he explained.
Average Euro Exchange Rates Applied By Banks in Client Transactions Differ from the Official Middle Exchange Rate of the National Bank of Serbia by Maximum 2.
Instability of exchange rates is a symptom of instability in the underlying economic structure .