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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The morning trading session in US dollar with settlements T+0 (immediate settlement) and T+1 (settlement will be implemented in a day) in tenge, euro with settlements T+0 in tenge and US dollars, Chinese yuan with settlements T+0 in tenge ended on Kazakhstan Stock Exchange (KASE).
According to sources, during the first four months of fiscal year 2017-18, the government received loans and grants worth US dollars 2,425 billion.
Post Bretton Woods, and the US dollar replacing gold as the world economy and trade's main anchor, currencies were naturally pegged to the dollar, and in particular those of petro states - as a currency peg requires a constant stream of US dollars.
The 26-year-old US pop star has amassed earnings of 170 million US dollars (PS137.
The shortage of US dollars in banks has forced these manufacturers to secure their foreign currency needs from the informal market, which sells the US dollar at a higher exchange rate than the banks, according to Abdellah.
The oil giant said spending will be slashed by 35% to between 25bn and 30bn US dollars (PS17.
The average price of Oman oil (February Delivery 2015) has stabilized at 61 US Dollars and one cent, thus 17.
AVERAGE pay shared out by Goldman Sachs staff fell by 4% in 2013 amid what its boss called a "challenging environment" - but it still worked out at 383,374 US dollars (PS234,110).
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