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  • v. Present participle of unpeg.


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  • 'unpegging' themselves from the faltering dollar, which could leave some buyers at risk.

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  • Beijing has let the yuan rise 4.4% against the dollar since unpegging the local currency from the U.S. dollar in July.

    Asian Central Banks Aim to Weaken Currencies

  • I would say that you are right to point out that opening the capital account is as important as unpegging the currency in allowing the markets to really find a suitable equilibrium.

    Pearlstein: Steering U.S.-China economic relations toward a new normal

  • I guess the prospect of the Saudis unpegging their currency is a bit too scary for the folks at the Globe.

    Trying to catch up!

  • And I saw that Vietnam is thinking about unpegging from the dollar.

    CNN Transcript Mar 20, 2008

  • For them, a maxi-revaluation of the Chinese renminbi against the dollar, and an unpegging of other currencies linked to the dollar, would be the ultimate prize.

    A Rescue Plan for the Dollar

  • Steady inflation and price stability are incompatible, and this is the crux of the FOMC's dilemma, with roots in the collapsed Bretton Woods agreement, in Nixon's unpegging of the dollar gold standard, and in half a century of delusive Keynesian manipulations.

    The FOMC's Only Task Should Be Price Stability

  • Editor Paul Maidment says unpegging the yuan against the greenback will devastate China's poorest regions.

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  • But that came from unpegging the Canadian dollar which floated its price up some 6% or more and thus reduced the cost of our imports.

    Nixonomics and Canadian Independence

  • Just before dinner Domini gave an order to Batouch, and, while they were dining, Androvsky noticed that their people were busy unpegging the two sleeping-tents.

    The Garden of Allah


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