Exchange Rates │ Business Communication │ Vocabulary

Exchange Rates

Important Vocabulary

  • To 'peg' a currency against something means to - fix its value in relation to it
  • A clean floating exchange rate - is determined by supply and demand
  • Exchange controls were used to limit - the amount of a country's money that residents were able to change into foreign currencies
  • Speculators buy or sell currencies to - make a profit by making capital gains or by investing at higher interest rates
  • 'Market forces' means - the determination of price by supply and demand (the quantity available and the quantity bought and sold)
  • Hedging means - trying to insure against unfavorable price movements by way of future contracts

  • Adjust: To make changes to something
  • Convert: To change something into something else
  • Abolish: To end something permanently
  • Suspend: To end something temporarily
  • Fluctuate: To go up or down (in quality, value, etc.)
  • Diverge: To move away from what is considered normal

-- 𓐴𓐴𓐴 --

More Vocabularies!

Extracted From:

MacKenzie, I. (2002). English for Business Studies: A course for Business Studies and Economics students (Second). Cambridge University Press.

    0/Post a Comment/Comments

    Hey learners, here you go. Feel free to express any of your thoughts and messages!