reduction in the exchange value of a country`s monetary unit in terms of gold, silver, or foreign monetary units. Devaluation is employed to ... [3 related articles]
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devaluation The reduction of the official value of a currency in terms of gold or of another currency.
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A decrease in the spot price of a country`s currency. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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1. Depreciation. 2. A fall in the value of a currency that has been pegged, either because of an announced reduction in the par value of the currency with the peg continuing, or because the pegged rate is abandoned and the floating rate declines. 3. A fall in the value of a currency in terms of gold...
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Lowering of the value of a country's currency relative to the currencies of other nations. When a nation devalues its currency, the goods it imports become more expensive, while its exports become less expensive abroad and thus more competitive.
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A decrease in the official price of a nation`s currency, as expressed in the currencies of other nations or in terms of gold. Thus when the official price of the dollar was lowered with respect to gold in 1971, we say that the dollar was devalued. The opposite of devaluation, occurring when a nation...
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The reduction in the value of one currency vis a vis other countries.
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devaluation, decreasing the value of one nation's currency relative to gold or the currencies of other nations. It is usually undertaken as a means of correcting a deficit in the balance of payments. Although devaluation occurs in terms of all other currencies, it is best illustrated in the case of ...
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In economics, the lowering of the official value of a currency against other currencies in a fixed exchange rate regime, so that exports become cheaper and imports more expensive. Used when a country is badly in deficit in its balance of trade, it results in the goods the country produces being chea...
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Refers to the action taken by a country via its central bank or monetary board which reduces the value of its currency vis a vis other currencies. Often, the result is more abrupt than would occur within a floating rate framework.
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[disambiguation] Devaluation is a reduction in the value of a currency with respect to other monetary units. Devaluation may also refer to: ...
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1) A decrease in the spot price of the currency 2) Regulating 3) Regulation
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