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- n. The process of altering the relative value of a currency or other standard of exchange.
- n. A reassessment of the value or worth of something; a reappraisal or reevaluation.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A second or new valuation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A repeated valuation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a new appraisal or evaluation
Mr. Strauss-Kahn and China's Mr. Yi agree that a yuan revaluation is part of such a change.
The day of violent Marxists/socialist revaluation is over for the most part.
I would like to mention in passing that the reverse movement which we presently face in our German banking system, an outflow of speculative funds in the order of more than 5 billion dollars within the few weeks after revaluation, is equally embarrassing and even more painful for us.
Talk of a near term revaluation of the Yuan has been generating a lot of attention in the currency markets over the past 24 hours, with
Juncker said the EU was not pressing for an immediate, short-term revaluation of the yuan, but wanted to see China take a phased approach and adopt a more flexible exchange-rate policy.
Darling also reiterated his commitment to the 2010 revaluation, which is based on property values two years previously.
"If the best solution [depegging from the dollar] is not possible, the revaluation is the second best, if not the only solution," he said.
The United States should not be spending its international political capital on yuan revaluation, which is at best a nonevent.
"The United States should not be spending its international political capital on yuan revaluation, which is at best a nonevent."
What Nietzsche described as the revaluation of value is only a variant of Christian transubtantiation.
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