Colombian peso

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Noun1.Colombian peso - the basic unit of money in Colombia; equal to 100 centavos
centavo - a fractional monetary unit of several countries: El Salvador and Sao Tome and Principe and Brazil and Argentina and Bolivia and Colombia and Cuba and the Dominican Republic and Ecuador and El Salvador and Guatemala and Honduras and Mexico and Nicaragua and Peru and the Philippines and Portugal
Colombian monetary unit - monetary unit in Colombia
kolumbianischer Peso
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By the fifteenth the season was in full blast, Opera and theatres were putting forth their new attractions, dinner-engagements were accumulating, and dates for dances being fixed.
Hunt's return to Nodowa; yet spring was rapidly advancing and vegetation was putting forth with all its early freshness and beauty.
After another fortnight, when the fine warm weather had fairly begun, and every tree and flower was putting forth its young leaves and rich blossoms, they made preparations for quitting the house at Chertsey, for some months.
Some have just toppled over, and having earth yet about their roots, are bathing their green heads in the river, and putting forth new shoots and branches.
responded the old minister, putting forth his hand in a vain attempt to pat little Pearl on the cheek.
Some London houses have a melancholy little plot of ground behind them, usually fenced in by four high whitewashed walls, and frowned upon by stacks of chimneys: in which there withers on, from year to year, a crippled tree, that makes a show of putting forth a few leaves late in autumn when other trees shed theirs, and, drooping in the effort, lingers on, all crackled and smoke-dried, till the following season, when it repeats the same process, and perhaps, if the weather be particularly genial, even tempts some rheumatic sparrow to chirrup in its branches.
no [evito], por lo tanto, que el peso colombiano se transformara en una de las monedas mas fuertes del mundo (p.
Comparando, en el mismo lapso el dolar canadiense y el australiano, se han devaluado mas del 40%, el real brasileno o la lira turca en mas de 80% y el peso colombiano y chileno en mas del 50%.
Los bajos precios de productos basicos como el arroz han hecho que hasta los mismos narcotraficantes colombianos, bajo la indudable complacencia del presidente, Juan Manuel Santos, aprovechen el estado de excepcion consentido por las autoridades de aquel pais para lavar sus recursos ilicitos mediante la fijacion del tipo de cambio que los usureros "cambistas" de Cucuta establecen a diario tanto del peso colombiano como del bolivar venezolano, en relacion con el dolar.
El peso colombiano podria ser pasible de esporadicos brotes de volatilidad, lo que puede provocar la intervencion de las autoridades, mientras que el real brasileno seguira padeciendo por las pobres condiciones de recuperacion economica y la necesidad de una consolidacion fiscal.
Por otro lado, la tabla 3 muestra que si el valor del prestamo se incrementa en 1 peso colombiano, la variacion en el riesgo seria de -0,000000483% (en otras palabras, si incrementa en 1 millon de pesos, el impacto seria una disminucion de 0,48%), indicandose asi que un mayor desembolso no es un factor riesgo (si y solo si dicho monto esta respaldado por un ingreso suficiente o algun tipo de activo liquido, condiciones que se asume han sido evaluadas en el estudio de credito).