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I·fe

 (ē′fā)
A city of southwest Nigeria east of Ibadan. Center of a powerful Yoruba kingdom until the late 1600s, it is an agricultural market with varied industries.

Ife

(ˈiːfɪ)
n
(Placename) a town in W central Nigeria: one of the largest and oldest Yoruba towns; university (1961); centre of the cocoa trade. Pop: 229 000 (2005 est)

I•fe

(ˈi feɪ)

n.
a town in SW Nigeria. 262,000.
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The International Fisher Effect (IFE) theory is an important concept in the fields of economics and finance that links interest rates, inflation and exchange rates.
The international Fisher effect is known not to be a good predictor of short-run changes in spot exchange rates (Cumby & Obstfeld, 1981).
In view of the above, it is the objective of this paper to examine the International Fisher Effect theory as relevant to some selected industrialized nations.

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