Price and Prosperity
- CLP: Familiar Sight. // Emerging Markets Monitor;11/20/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 31, p13
The article reports on the devaluation of the Chilean peso as of November 2006. The currency fell to a three-week low of CLP527.40/41. In 2005, the currency has twice failed to breach key resistance. The devaluation could affect the prices of copper and the country's economy. It is predicted...
- EFFECTS OF DEVALUATION IN THE PRESENCE OF NONTRADED GOODS, AND CAPITAL MOBILITY. Das, Satya P. // American Economist;Spring80, Vol. 24 Issue 1
Considers the implications of devaluation in the presence of nontraded goods and international capital mobility. Effects of devaluation in the presence of nontraded goods; Description of the basic framework of the economic model to illustrate devaluation.
- Whisky prices aren't reeling - yet. Keenan, Ted // Finance Week;11/2/2001, p60
Focuses on the price of whisky in South Africa. Affordability of Scotch to customers; Effects of the devaluation of the rand to the price of whisky; Distribution and marketing of whisky.
- Inflation, Currency Devaluation, and the Price of Gold. Ratner, Mitchell // American Business Review;Jan1992, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p93
Examines factors influencing gold price movement in the United States. Impact of speculations on gold prices; Assessment on benefit of gold investment on investors; Usability of gold investment against currency devaluation.
- Is wheat crisis brewing again? Asad, S. Hasan // Economic Review (05318955);Oct97, Vol. 28 Issue 10, p41
Provides information on the wheat crisis in Pakistan. Decline in wheat production; Fixed wheat production target for 1997; Effects of currency devaluation on the price of wheat.
- Leading Indicators of Currency Devaluation. Bilson, John F.O. // Columbia Journal of World Business;Winter79, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p62
Because of the policy orientation of the economics profession, most economic analysis has been concerned with the effect of exogenous government policies on private sector behavior. This has been particularly true in the case of the economic analysis of currency devaluation where the question...
- El control de la economï¿½a. Steindl, Josef // Boletï¿½n del CEMLA;nov/dic1984, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p312
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- Stepping Back And Assessing The Risks. // Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;Sep2007, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p11
The article forecasts on the unlikely currency devaluation in Latvia. The core view remains that the prospects of a currency devaluation is only a small risk at present. Question remains whether the asymmetries within the domestic economy are large enough to warrant such undertaking. Several...
- Competitive Devaluations--Bitter Pill or Bad Medicine? Yang, Tracy; Lim, Jamus Jerome // ASEAN Economic Bulletin;Aug2004, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p213
Devaluation and crises in emerging economies have tended to be followed by an outright economic collapse. This post-devaluation economic contraction is inconsistent with the conventional view that devaluation is expansionary/inflationary and needs to be accompanied by demand deflationary...