currency rate

Translations

currency rate

ntasso di cambio
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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Commenting on currency rate, he said it was the prerogative of state bank to formulate the policy regarding currency rate.
Currency rate fluctuations impact the supply chain and raise questions about who should bear the brunt of the fallout--the manufacturer, the distribution channel, or the end user.
Loizou, who was addressing the House Finance Committee which debated the CTO budget for 2014, said that tour operators were concerned by the euro -- ruble currency rate rather than issues relating to the Ukrainian crisis.
The bank reiterated its summary for the latest Monetary Policy Committee (PPK) meeting, where it said that food prices, tax adjustments for the new year and currency rate developments will push price levels up.
Sony has set its assumed currency rate at around 88 yen to the U.S.
Money contacted 21 currency providers on six occasions over three months and obtained currency rates from the big four banks as well as selected debit and credit card providers as part of its eurozone currency rate experiment.
How do you feel about the currency rate issues of the moment?
Unrelated to the American book-selling chain, Southoftheborders.com sells its books, magazines, compact discs, and videos at 15 percent off list price, but bills customers at the currency rate in their respective countries on the morning of the day of purchase, not at the time the order is actually placed.
The weakness of US psychological war alongside strict rules of the Central Bank of Iran, including the establishment of secondary market and Integrated System for Hard Currency Transactions, has led to drop of foreign currency rate in Iran, MP Zahra Saeedi told Trend.
* Procter & Gamble said currency rate changes in Venezuela, Argentina and other developing countries are hurting its profitability and therefore has cut its earnings outlook for the year.
The central bank of Iran has set a new currency rate for the US dollar.
For example, the Chinese government, recognizing the dual-currency rate system was impeding rapid business development, unexpectedly eliminated the "official" currency rate as of January 1, 1994.