Economic Structure and Context: Monetary System
- Exchange Rates: Recent Developments. // Panama Country Monitor;Aug2010, p7
The article reports on the developments of Panama's exchange rates in 2010 due to economic stability provided by its monetary system.
- Economic Structure and Context: Monetary System. // Hungary Country Monitor;Nov2011, p20
The article focuses on the monetary system of Hungary and states that its routine on exchange-rate regime was changed in February 2008, in which the Hungarian forint dealt against the euro within a 15% fluctuation band which resulted to 282 forint per euro.
- Economic Structure and Context: Monetary System. // Kenya Country Monitor;Nov2011, p16
The article offers information related to Kenya including the country's currency called shilling, monetary system which follows a conservative monetary policy, floating-exchange-rate system which is said to be market driven.
- Economic Structure and Context: Monetary System. // Philippines Country Monitor;Jan2012, p21
The article offers information about the economic structure and monetary system of the Philippines, wherein the exchange rates of the peso are verified on the basis of supply and demand in the foreign-exchange market.
- Economic Structure and Context: Monetary System. // Colombia Country Monitor;Mar2012, p20
The article reports on the monetary system in Colombia which involves its abandonment of the crawling peg exchange rate regime in late 1999.
- Implicit exchange regimes in Central and Eastern Europe: a first exploration. Ledesma-Rodr�guez, Francisco; P�rez-Rodr�guez, Jorge; Sosvilla-Rivero, Sim�n // International Economics & Economic Policy;Jul2009, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p179
This paper attempts to identify implicit exchange rate regimes for currencies of the Central and Eastern European Countries vis-ï¿½-vis the euro. To that end, we apply a sequential procedure that considers the dynamics of exchange rates to data covering the period from 1977:01 to 2006:02. Our...
- WHO IS THE EXCHANGE RATE MANIPULATOR: CHINA OR AMERICA? Wei Liu; Libing Deng // World Review of Political Economy;Fall2012, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p344
The manipulation of the US dollar and other countries' currencies has been a longstanding American prerogative, thus American politicians and scholars are accustomed to labeling countries that fight against American policies on the US dollar as "currency manipulators." The substance of America's...
- Trade and the Exchange Rate. // Sudan Country Review;2013, p109
A table is presented which shows data on the exchange rate and trade in Sudan from 2007 to 2011 such as exchange rate US dollars, and foreign balance-goods and services National Income and Product Accounts (NIPA).
- Economic Structure and Context: Monetary System. // Philippines Country Monitor;Nov2011, p21
The article offers information on the economic structure and monetary system in the Philippines wherein the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) is the country's central monetary authority which monitors and intervenes fluctuations in the exchange rates of the peso.