Flipping the figures

Tora, Brian
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/3/2009, p14
In this article the author discusses the financial status and recovery of the stock exchange market based on the Big Mac index in Great Britain. He states that the country is already having fair value against the U.S. due to postponement of steady devaluation received by the market. He adds that the index is used as an indicator of the currency valuation of Great Britain compared to other countries.


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