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Exchange rates determine, among other things, a nation's economic strength. The stronger a currency unit is against another country's affect not only product costs but also the country's credit rating. On a smaller scale, the exchange rate determines how much a visitor will pay for goods and services in the visited country. Continue Reading...
In financial markets, every transaction comes in twos; in standard trading, the duet is invoked when one entity tries to sell, and one entity tries to buy. Both sides must exist at the same time to have even a chance of being successful. The Foreign Exchange or Forex market, however, multiplies that concept with another pairing Continue Reading...
Currency (or money) has multiple purposes, including being used as a convenient exchange medium for purchasing products and services. Each nation has a monopoly that gives its government the exclusive right to print its own money. There is one accepted currency within national borders for buying and selling merchandise. Continue Reading...
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