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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of unpeg.

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Examples

  • Malaysia "unpegged" the ringgit from the US dollar in 2005 and the currency appreciated 6% per year against the dollar in 2006-08.

    Malaysia

  • Malaysia "unpegged" the ringgit from the US dollar in 2005 and the currency appreciated 6% per year against the dollar in 2006-07.

    Malaysia

  • Malaysia "unpegged" the ringgit from the US dollar in 2005 and the currency appreciated 6% per year against the dollar in 2006-07.

    Economy-overview

  • "unpegged" the ringgit from the US dollar in 2005 and the currency appreciated 6\% against the dollar in 2006.

    The 2007 CIA World Factbook

  • "unpegged" the ringgit from the US dollar in 2005 and the currency appreciated 6\% against the dollar in 2006.

    The 2007 CIA World Factbook

  • The yuan is up nearly 7% since June 2010, when Beijing unpegged its currency from the dollar.

    Australia to Broach Yuan at G-20

  • Ultimately, the recent changes could make it easier for the government to allow faster appreciation of the yuan, which has strengthened 3.6% against the dollar since Beijing unpegged it from the dollar in June — a far slower rise than the U.S. and other foreign governments want.

    China Opens More Options for Yuan

  • Before this week, the yuan had hit its daily trading limit only three times since June 2010, when China essentially unpegged its currency from the U.S. dollar.

    Traders Probe Yuan's Limit

  • The city's offshore yuan market began to develop in earnest beginning in mid-2010, when China relaxed regulations on the use of its currency outside the nation and essentially unpegged its currency from the U.S. dollar.

    Bank of China's Hong Kong Unit to Remain Sole Yuan-Clearing Bank

  • Yet today, having been unpegged completely from the world monetary system, gold is neither relic nor toilet tile; it is more important than ever, and precisely because the paper value of goods and services is ever-more dependent on the whims of an elite few.

    Gold and the Barbarians

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