Redenomination

When redenomination occurs, financial data that spans the change must be correctly accounted for. For example, the GDP reported by the Central Bank of Nicaragua{Dead link |date=January 2013} is properly documented. ==Inflationary== In times of inflation, the same number of monetary units have continually decreasing purchasing power. In other words
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redenomination

(simple) redenomination: a change in the currency unit in which the nominal value of a security is expressed (at the conversion rate rounded to the nearest euro cent)...
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redenomination

option in restructuring agreement which allows banks to redenominate existing loans in their domestic currencies or the ECU...
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redenomination

the change of the unit in which the amount of outstanding debt or equity is stated from a national currency unit to the euro unit, with no alteration of any other term....
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redenomination

The narrowest definition of redenomination is a simple conversion of a value expressed in one currency unit to another using a conversion factor....
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