Definitions

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  • n. South Korean won

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Examples

  • If you want one it looks like they are only available in Korea for 19,800 KRW which is about $17 from the Early Shop.

    Salmon Shaped Pillow

  • You can buy this pillow only 19,800 KRW which is about $17 from the Early Shop.

    Salmon Shaped Pillow

  • Let's ignore other currencies such as KRW for simplicity also because we lack the data

    RMB update (ii) - Implied basket weight

  • KRW underperformed Asian currencies today on the back of the news and could be hit further in the coming days until uncertainty fades.9.43am: Bank of England policymaker Paul Fisher pictured has said the present situation is potentially more dangerous than in 2008, and the downside risk from the eurozone crisis is bigger than inflation.

    Eurozone crisis live: UK refuses to contribute to €200bn IMF package - 19 December 2011

  • Another trader says how determined FX authorities are about curbing KRW losses will be a key market focus.

    Asia Falls In Early Trading

  • The Bank of Korea is suspected of intervening to curb excessive KRW losses, and is likely selling the USD around the upper-KRW1,170s region, presumably in a bid to prevent the USD/KRW from rising back above the 1,180 mark, according to three Seoul-based traders.

    Asia Falls In Early Trading

  • Traders may test record or long-term highs in a potentially volatile market that has seen record or long-term highs for AUD, CAD, SGD, KRW and MYR, with "smoothing" interventions spotted in Korea, Malaysia and Indonesia in recent days.

    FX Call 23:15 GMT Hourly News Briefing

  • Please note that payments can only be picked up at the International Bank of Korea (IBK) and are only available in South Korean Won (KRW) currency.

    The medium and large rectangle square off

  • The Korean government tapped various sources to raise a public fund of $127.6 billion (159 trillion KRW) during the period from 1997 to 2002 -- equivalent to 32.4% of Korea's GDP in 1997 -- to resolve impaired assets and recapitalize financial institutions.

    How Korea Solved Its Banking Crisis

  • I disagree with those that think the U.S. would cancel a relay in this type of situation or tragic event KRW, etc.

    China Scales Back Torch Relay After Quake - The Lede Blog - NYTimes.com

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