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  • Thus, its recent issues resolutely ignore the issue of China's alleged downward manipulation of its currency - sometimes called "exchange-rate mercantilism" - which actually made it into the last GOP presidential candidates' debate.

  • Stripping out exchange-rate fluctuations and acquisitions, sales jumped 4.8%.

    L'Oréal Sales Lose Momentum

  • The company said 2012 sales would come in at about $66 billion to $66.5 billion if current exchange-rate trends persist.

    J&J Net Slumps on Charges

  • Meanwhile, the euro and the dollar slumped against the franc after the SNB defied calls from Swiss exporters to raise the exchange-rate floor to 1.25 francs per euro, noted Kathleen Brooks from Forex.com.

    Euro Rebounds After Breaching $1.30

  • "Our whole approach to exchange-rate management has been driven by the need to ensure that our medium-term external situation is secure, while also not allowing the currency to move uncontrollably," Mr. Gokarn said.

    RBI: Rupee Is Stabilizing

  • Volatile trading is typically viewed as a positive for foreign-exchange traders as it poses an opportunity to profit on sharp exchange-rate swings but investment banks from Sydney to New York have been cutting staff and freezing hiring as profits fall on the back of the uncertainty in Europe.

    Australia Foreign-Exchange Trading Volumes Slump

  • Coal India recently linked its prices with international rates, Mr. Jha said, adding that the company will now fix its prices after adjusting for exchange-rate fluctuations and the discounts it offers to local consumers.

    Coal India Expects International Prices to Stabilize or Fall

  • Asked whether China would back exchange-rate related indicators as part of the list, Ms. Lagarde said: "I don't know."

    France Seeks Input on Euro Pact

  • In Asia, exchange-rate appreciation and structural reforms are top priorities, the fund said.

    IMF Cuts Growth Forecast for Global Economy

  • Axioma, a firm that provides risk models and portfolio-construction tools for stock investors, uses 10 factors for U.S. stocks, including exchange-rate sensitivity, debt load and momentum, or the tendency of a rallying stock to keep rallying.

    Here's What's Really Driving Your Returns

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