American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Transaction of international monetary business, as between governments or businesses of different countries.
- n. Negotiable bills drawn in one country to be paid in another country.
- n. The exchange of currency from one country for currency from another country.
- n. the system by which one currency is exchanged for another; enables international transactions to take place
“And she decides to go to the school dance that night though Long Duk Dong, the foreign exchange student staying with her family, is accompanying her.”
“Despite Mobutu’s declaration upon taking power in 1965 that the IMF would never again enter the country and impose restrictions, Zaïre adopted the IMF program in March 1976, purchasing $48 million in foreign exchange from the Fund under the enlarged first credit tranche.”
“Baudoin noted that whenever demand for an import was high, a country would allocate foreign exchange despite its countertrade requirements.”
“In foreign exchange markets, the euro was supported on news of a tentative deal for a new financing package for debt-stricken Greece, while the poor U.S. jobs report kept the U.S. dollar on the defensive.”
“So he'd gone into a private office and phoned his newfound friend, Ishwar Soorjani, the moneylender and dealer in foreign exchange whom he had met through the old Eurasian at the library.”
“He's a Parsee from India and deals in money and foreign exchange and buys and sells stocks from time to time.”
“Before that they were moneylenders, dealers in foreign exchange and ship's chandlers.”
“Double the foreign exchange period and he's to deal direct with First Central, giving us first option on all future loans for five years.”
“For the $68-million loan, Ex-Im Bank required that Zaïre set up an account abroad to receive foreign exchange from copper exports and to service new and old Ex-Im Bank loans for the project; to Citibank, this covenant amounted to preferential treatment.”
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