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Exchange rate:  Impact of a depreciation of the Rand/Dollar exchange rate on exports and imports
 
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A depreciation of the Rand/Dollar exchange rate decreases the price of exports and increases the price of imports.
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history of south african rand 1973 to 2018
 
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Dollar Vs  Rand Exchange Rate
 
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South African Rand/ US Dollar Exchange Rate
 
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I first came to the US about 10 years ago and the Rand/Dollar was 6/1 now after 10 years it is 16/1. Very scary.
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#BizPrime CHART OF THE DAY: Rand-Dollar exchange
 
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The rand was knocked today after the ruling African National Congress proposed that the South African Reserve Bank should be wholly state-owned rather than an institution with private shareholders. The recommendation was approved in a plenary session at the party's policy conference but still needs to be ratified at the party's national electoral conference in December. The move comes just two weeks after South Africa's Public Protector attempted to instigate a change in the bank mandate. Busisiwe Mkhwebane instructed Parliament to amend the constitution to make the Reserve Bank focus on "socioeconomic well-being of the citizens" rather than inflation. Economist says removing private shareholders would have no immediate effect on policy though it could be seen as symbolic. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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Currency conversion
 
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Currency Review - South African Rand
 
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Off to Africa (for the first time) to look at one of the more beautiful currencies out there. Got a bunch of these lined up so keep an eye out for those coming soon.
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How Exchange Rates Work
 
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● We explain topics simply. So Subscribe if you want to learn while being entertained. ✔ Please like the video and comment if you enjoyed - it helps a lot! ▶ If you want a question answered then ask in the comments and we may make a video about it! About the video: You may have traveled a lot and wondered why you get more of one currency when you exchange it for another. If so, you have witnessed exchange rates in action, but do you know how they work? Watch the video to find out what exchange rates are, how to convert between them and the different systems which determine a currencies exchange rate. Historically the gold standard system had been used, which fixed currency to a select value of gold, held in a vault. The three main systems are the floating, managed and fixed exchange rate systems. The floating system has minimal government intervention, using supply and demand to determine the exchange rate. The managed exchange rate is allowed to be within a permitted band and a fixed exchange rate is usually pegged to a currency with the interest of being competitive in the international market. The video explains this in more detail and with helpful picture to guide you through the subject.
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Use Calculator As a Live Currency Converter
 
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Exchange rate 03:  Determining the rand dollar exchange rate
 
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How the rand dollar exchange rate is determined
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How to Add Real Time Currency Converter in Excel Sheet (Calculate Currency & Update)
 
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Change Currency in Excel
 
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How to change the currency in an Excel recipe sheet from U.S. to any other currency standard. Easily change any of my Excel worksheets into the currency you prefer to work with. More info at: http://goo.gl/fBJfKZ Check-out our website for Professional Chefs: https://www.chefs-resources.com/ Our other Excel Video Demos for Chefs: * Excel for Recipe Costing & Inventory https://youtu.be/vDvxeuRA_dc * Excel for Event Planning https://youtu.be/MnwopmKgfYo * How to Scale a Recipe https://youtu.be/QG_TCs1FYOA * How to Unprotect a Sheet https://youtu.be/gA43Nmjd6f0
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Exchange rate:  Impact of South Africans visiting USA on the Rand/Dollar exchange rate
 
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Tourists from South Africa to the USA increases the demand for dollars. The demand for dollars curve shifts tot the right. The rand depreciates and the dollar appreciates.
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South African rand
 
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The start of my travel in South Africa starts with having the South African rand.
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Exchange British pound for SA rand,,, yes or no ??!!
 
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Wondering if you should send your hard earned pounds back to SA?? This video will give you a technical perspective of what could be around the corner to make a better informed decision
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Exchange rate: Impact of exports on the Rand/Dollar exchange rate
 
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An increase in exports increases the supply of dollars and the supply curve for dollars shifts rightwards. The rand appreciates and the dollar depreciates.
Views: 1672 lostmy1
Look at life without Zimbabwe currency, use of US dollar
 
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(16 Aug 2009) SHOTLIST 1. Wide of minibus stop in down town Harare 2. Low angle shot of minibus 3. Minibuses moving into queue 4. Various of commuters getting into minibus 5. Minibus pulling out of stop 6. Various of minibus driver driving 7. Wad of US and Zimbabwe dollar notes being passed from back of minibus to front 8. Close of hand with one US dollar note 9. Conductor checking money 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Passenger, Name not given: "The arrangement is sort of like an agreement between the drivers and the passengers so that when we have a (US) dollar or 10 Rands, if you pay a (US) dollar you get three (t) trillion (Zimbabwe dollars) change." 11. Man passing money through to back of minibus 12. Various of minibus on road 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Carl Mike, Conductor: "We use these Zimdollars here for the need of change in the Kombis (minibuses)." 14. Close of money 15. SOUNDBITE (English) Carl Mike, Conductor: "It just assists us for change that's all. We can't buy fuel with this money, so we just keep it and use it for change, that's all" 16. Cash vendors counting notes 17. Tilt up from box full of Zimbabwe dollar notes to hands counting notes 18. SOUNDBITE (Shona) Nochance Chinya, Cash vendor: "We provide the Zimdollar cash to the taxi people and it's helping us a lot because we are able to pay the US dollar rentals that our landlords demand from us" 19. Various of cash vendor changing money STORYLINE The Zimbabwe dollar is officially dead. It was killed off in hopes of curbing record world inflation of (b) billions of percentage points, and Zimbabwe has replaced it with the US dollar and the South African rand. Yet the old Zimdollar, as it is known, is still used, and has become another point of contention for the divided leadership of the country, now one of the poorest in the world. Taxi drivers in Harare said they were operating with a multi-currency system that includes US dollars, the South African Rand and the infamous trillion Zimbabwe dollar notes, which are equivalent to approximately 15 US cents. "The arrangement is sort of like an agreement between the drivers and the passengers so that when we have a (US) dollar or 10 Rands, if you pay a (US) dollar you get three (t) trillion (Zimbabwe dollars) change," one passenger explained. All the drivers can do with Zimdollars is give them back to other passengers in change for foreign bills. "It just assists us for change that's all. We can't buy fuel with this money, So we just keep it and use it for change, that's all," Carl Mike, a conductor working on one of Harare's many minibuses said. Outside the cities, where hard currency can be hard to come by, Zimbabwe dollars are used like tokens or IOU's. Stores without small change in hard currency don't offer obsolete Zimbabwe dollars in change like the bus drivers do, but routinely provide candies and chocolate bars or coupons handwritten on check-out slips to be redeemed on future purchases. President Robert Mugabe has called for the return of the Zimdollar as legal tender, complaining that most Zimbabweans lack the hard currency needed to buy basic goods. The central bank under governor Gideon Gono, a Mugabe loyalist, has acknowledged printing extra local money to fund government spending that fuelled inflation. But Finance Minister Tendai Biti, who joined the government as part of a power-sharing agreement between his Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) and Mugabe's ZANU-PF party, has declared the local dollar indefinitely obsolete. He has threatened to quit if a return to the local currency is forced upon him. That shortage is not helped by the state of the global economy, on which Zimbabwe depends. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d1b53fae922d9632fc8a11bfa861362d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Could SA's rand face an exchange-rate crisis?
 
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First the Argentine peso, then the Turkish Lira, third the Russian rubble, then the Indian Rupee, could the South African rand be next for an exchange-rate crisis? CNBC Africa is joined by Jameel Ahmad, Global Head of Currency Strategy & Market Research at FXTM. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/
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Our new Currency Converter Calculator and how to use it...
 
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Instructions on how overseas customers can use our new currency converter calculator, on http://www.itsjustcricket.co.uk Currencies available for conversion (from the default Pounds Sterling) are US Dollars, Euros, Canadian Dollars, Australian Dollars, New Zealand Dollars, Indian Rupee and South African Rand. Our currency converter calculator is an essential tool for all customers shopping from outside the UK.
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Some exporters are benefiting from the weak Rand/Dollar exchange rate
 
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Some exporters are benefiting handsomely from the weak Rand/Dollar exchange rate. That's according to the Manufacturing Circle's quarterly review for the second quarter. The rand fell nearly one percent against the dollar today, breaching 13 rand to the dollar for the first time in 14 years. For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SABCNewsOnline?lang=en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SABCNewsOnline
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Rand vs Dollar
 
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A brief thought on the rand vs the dollar, and what I think is a problem with ranking currencies against the dollar...
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Holders of old Zimbabwe dollars get US Dollars
 
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Efforts by Zimbabwe's Central Bank to reimburse holders of old Zimbabwe dollars is making slow progress. The nation aims to withdrawing the former currency from circulation by September, and replace them with US dollars. However, as Farai Mwakutuya reports, holders of these notes might get a better deal away from the Central Bank
Views: 43510 CGTN Africa
Rand weakened further against the dollar
 
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Despite the Reserve Bank's raising the cost of borrowing last week, the rand has weakened further, with rand-dollar exchange now above 12.60. When interest rates rise, that usually provides uplift for a given currency, but not for the rand. Markets continue to anticipate when and how much the US Fed will raise interest rates by. For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SABCNewsOnline?lang=en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SABCNewsOnline
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Bitcoin Arbitrage. Too good to be true? Using Dollars and South African Rands
 
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Theoretically you could make millions after 3 clicks. Convert Rands to Dollars, Dollars to Bitcoin and Bitcoin back to Rands using these three sites and you have a potential arbitrage opportunity: https://bitx.co/in/za/en/market/XBTZAR http://www.travelex.co.za/ https://exchange.coinbase.com/ BIG DISCLAIMER!!! There might be other Risks!!! Do your own research before doing this!!! This is just an educational video!!! I repeat, just educational!!!
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Rand Exchange Rate Volatility Affect The South African Economy
 
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This video was created for our EBF3213 International Financial Managements assignment purpose. Thanks for watching and don't forget to hits the like button. Thank You
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Iraj Abedian on the drop in Rand/Dollar exchange rate
 
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South Africans have in recent weeks become increasingly worried about the massive drop in the Rand/Dollar exchange rate. Coupled with this the Reserve Bank is expected to hike interests rates on Wednesday. Also, the oil price has dropped to lows last seen in 2003. If you are wondering what this all means for you, we have Economist Iraj Abedian who is joining us from our Sea Point Studios in Cape Town. For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SABCNewsOnline?lang=en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SABCNewsOnline
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Exchange rate 03: Determining the rand dollar exchange rate
 
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How the rand dollar exchange rate is determined
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Return of the Zimbabwe dollar
 
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President Robert Mugabe could re-introduce the Zimbabwean dollar. That currency was last used in 2009, and it could stage a comeback if the veteran politician implements promises he made during his campaign for a 7th term in office. At the moment, Zimbabwe uses multiple currencies including the American dollar, the South African Rand, Botswana's Pula and the British Pound.
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SA Rand at weakest point against dollar in a week
 
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South Africa and other emerging market currencies fell sharply on Tuesday, after China moved to devalue its currency. China's move followed the release of weaker than expected trade data. The Rand has slumped to 12.80 against the dollar, its worst level in almost 14 years. The Rand has been under pressure in recent months reacting to a pending rate hike in the US and China's move could have added concerns. CCTV's Sumitra Nydoo reports.
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Why is the rand to dollar exchange at its best rate in three years?
 
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Why is the rand to dollar exchange at its best rate in three years? The rand is gaining some serious ground on the US dollar in 2018, but what is good news for South Africa isn’t so rosy for the Americans. The current rand to dollar exchange is the best it has been for three years in Mzansi. So, how have we ended up here? It wasn’t that long ago that a cautious midterm term budget speech from Malusi Gigaba had the rand pushing R1 $15. When markets closed on Tuesday, the rand was trading at R11.89 per dollar. Here’s what has tipped the scales in South Africa’s fa...
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Cross Currency Calculations (Forex) | CA Final SFM (New Syllabus) Classes & Videos
 
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We simplify your financial learnings. ►►Subscribe here to learn more of Strategic Financial Management: https://goo.gl/HTY5SN CA Final SFM Fast Track Course: https://sfmguru.in/ca-final-sfm/ Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SFM-Guru-1862953747049133/ Read more on our website: http://sfmguru.in/blog Cross Currency Calculations (Forex): Executing a foreign exchange transaction between the major international currencies is usually straightforward, as most banks will be trading and making a price between all the major currencies. However, for less common currencies, many banks will not run books and therefore rates are not always quoted or easily available. In order to establish the appropriate rate of exchange, the cross-rate between the two currencies has to be calculated. This works by translating the first currency into a common currency (often the US Dollar) and then translating the common currency into the second currency. This then determines the cross-rate between the two currencies. All foreign exchange rates are quoted base currency/variable currency – in other words, an amount of the variable currency in exchange for one unit of the base currency. So for USD/CAD, the US Dollar is the base currency and the rate quoted will be the amount of Canadian Dollars for one US Dollar. In most cases, the base currency will be US dollars for both currencies and this will enable the cross-rate to be calculated quite easily. However, for some currencies, the FX market convention is that the US Dollar is the variable currency, such as in the trade GBP/USD when the pound becomes the base currency and the amount of dollars varies. Finally we must remember that for all foreign exchange trades, the dealer can quote two numbers – the first is the bid rate (the rate at which the trader will buy the currency), the second is the offer rate (the rate at which the trader will sell the currency). The dealer always wants more currency if selling units of the base currency than will be given away if currency is being provided for units of the base currency. The difference is the margin and is one of the sources of profit to the dealer. Calculating cross-rates where there is a common base currency quoted for both currencies Where there are two currencies Y and Z both of which are quoted against X, the two exchange rates are X/Y and X/Z and the cross-rates will be: Y / Z = X / Z X / Y and Z / Y = X / Y X / Z Example To calculate the cross-rate between the Canadian Dollar (CAD) and the South African Rand (ZAR), using the US Dollar as the common currency. Let us assume that the Canadian Dollar and Rand are quoted as: USD / CAD = 1.58850 1.58880 USD / ZAR = 11.0500 11.1250 The first number is the rate at which the bank sells the currency being quoted against the US dollar and the second is the rate at which the bank buys the currency being quoted against the US dollar. So the cross rates can be calculated as: CAD / ZAR = USD / ZAR USD / CAD ZAR / CAD = USD / CAD USD / ZAR For CAD/ZAR – to buy a variable amount of ZAR per 1 CAD: Bid = 11.05000 1.58880 = 6.955 - the bank buys CAD and sells ZAR Offer = 11.12500 1.58850 = 7.003 - the bank sells CAD and buys ZAR So CAD/ZAR = 6.955 / 7.003 For ZAR/CAD – to buy a variable amount of CAD per 1 ZAR: Bid = 1.58850 11.12500 = 0.1428 - the bank buys ZAR and sells CAD Offer = 1.58880 11.05000 = 0.1438 - the bank sells ZAR and buys CAD So ZAR/CAD = 0.1428 / 0.1438 As you might expect these rates are the reciprocal of the CAD/ZAR rates. Calculating cross-rates where the common currency is the base currency in one pair and the variable currency in the other Once again there are two currencies Y and Z both of which are quoted against X, but the exchange rates are Y/X and X/Z, not X/Y and X/Z so the cross-rates are: Y / Z = Y / X x X / Z And Z / Y = 1 Y / X x X / Z Example To calculate the cross-rate between Sterling (GBP) and the Mexican Peso (MXN), using the US Dollar (USD) as the common currency. Let us assume that rates are quoted as follows: GBP / USD = 1.43130 / 1.43160 USD / MXN = 9.02000 / 9.03000 GBP / MXN = GBP / USD x USD / MXN MXN / GBP = 1 GBP / USD x USD / MXN For GBP/MXN – to buy a variable amount of MXN per 1 GBP: Bid = 1.43130 x 9.02000 = 12.91 - the bank buys GBP and sells MXN Offer = 1.43160 x 9.03000 = 12.93 - the bank sells GBP and buys MXN So GBP/MXN = 12.91 / 12.93 For MXN/GBP – to buy a variable amount of GBP per 1 MXN: Bid = 1 1.43160 x 9.03000 = 0.07735 - the bank buys MXN and sells GBP Offer = 1 1.43130 x 9.02000 = 0.07746 - the bank sells MXN and buys GBP So MXN/GBP = 0.07735 / 0.07746 #CrossCurrencyCalculation, #Forex, #InternationalFinance, #CrossRates
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The Rand Goes To R13.74 to the Dollar And Here's How You Can Profit From Trading This Currency Pair
 
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The Rand breached 11 rand for one US dollar
 
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The Rand breached 11 rand for one US dollar. And while it might be good to increase the rand value of our exports, it is also going to increase inequality in South Africa.
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Variable Exchange Rate Sports: A Million-Dollar Idea!
 
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Value of the rand remains under debate.
 
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The fair value of the rand is once again a point of debate. The currency is trading near 3-week lows as the dollar surged after the new US Federal Reserve chief indicated a faster-than expected rise in interest rates in the United States. Yet Swiss bank UBS is of the opinion that the rand should be at least 10% weaker.
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ANC's support for Zuma sees Rand fall 1% against the dollar
 
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Following the ANC's decision to rally behind the president, the rand fell by nearly 1% against the dollar to 13.73 -- adding to the losses that have wiped out the currency's gains so far in 2017. Remember, at one point, it was the best-performing currency on the continent. Earlier I spoke to economist Lesiba Mothata about the investment opportunities available in South Africa, amidst this political chaos
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How to Auto Insert All Currency Symbol in MS Excel
 
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SA’s rand strengthens against dollar over concrete Zuma push
 
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The local currency was trading up 0.8 percent against the US dollar at 11.87 at the close of the JSE this afternoon. This follows a slew of political developments in the day. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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Commodities and Currency Exchange Rate
 
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http://www.forexconspiracyreport.com/commodities-and-currency-exchange-rate/ Commodities and Currency Exchange Rate By www.ForexConspiracyReport.com According to Bloomberg currencies of commodity exporters are falling as raw material demand from China falls off. Currencies of commodity-exporting nations including Australia fell as a gauge of raw materials slid to a five-year low on speculation demand will drop after China signaled slower economic growth. The Australian dollar sank to a seven-month low against its U.S. counterpart, dropping against most of its 31 major peers. South Africa’s rand and Brazil’s real weakened, and an index of emerging-market currencies reached the lowest level since 2009. Commodities and currency exchange rate are connected because a major source of income for nations like Brazil, South Africa and Australia is selling their raw materials to nations like China. As the Chinese economy slows so do those of their raw material suppliers and commodities and exchange rate are so connected that the real, rand and Aussie dollar are taking a hit as well. Australia Coal Exports and Pollution Control Efforts in China The Sidney Morning Herald notes that there is an Australian export risk due to an impending ban on dirty coal in China. Australian coal exporters are scrambling to clarify the fallout from changes to China's coal import rules, which could expose the industry to billions of dollars in lost sales as China seeks to cut air pollution. The Chinese government is to limit the use of imported coal with more than 16 per cent ash and 3 per cent sulfur from January 1, 2015, in a bid to improve air quality, especially in the major cities such as Beijing and around Shanghai. Apparently the only issue tying commodities and exchange rate for the Aussies is not just a fall off in Chinese manufacturing. Pollution in major Chinese cities has become a big issue and may be a driving force to reduce imports of low quality coal. The net effect for Australia either way will be a reduction in exports and a hit to the AUD. Trading Exporter Currencies The Financial Times reports that the export dip weighs on Australian growth. Australia’s economy slowed in the three months to end of June as a dip in exports cooled growth that had reached its fastest pace in two years during the previous quarter. Official figures on Wednesday showed gross domestic product had risen 0.5 per cent in the second quarter, slightly above analysts’ expectations but below the 1.1 per cent rate recorded three months earlier. Year-on-year growth moderated to 3.1 per cent over the financial year to June 30, against 3.5 per cent on the previous quarter, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. A ten percent fall in economic growth is sufficient to drag down the value of the Aussie dollar because of the connection of commodities and currency exchange rate. Trading Exporter Nation Currencies To profit in Forex trading from the connection between commodities and currency exchange rate the trader needs to follow the world of commodities and commodity trading. Many times options traded on commodities give a hint as to where commodity values are going. And knowing who produces what and who they sell it to will help a trader make money in the world of commodities and currency exchange rate fluctuations. http://youtu.be/IH-FT2LIS9k
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10 HIGHEST CURRENCY IN AFRICA 2018 {MOST VALUABLE STRONGEST CURRENCY IN AFRICA 2018}
 
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Dollar to Indian Rupee Real Time Currency Converter for MS Excel
 
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Rand falls to a month low at surge of U.S. dollar
 
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The South African rand has fallen to a four month low losing all of its recent gains. The currency is weakening in line with other emerging market currencies on the back of a surge in the dollar. The greenback broke through a key technical level of 92 this week and is now looking to test 91. Sumitra Nydoo takes a look. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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Currency Exchange Rates 23rd April 2019
 
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The Exchange Rate and the Appreciation/Depreciation of Currency
 
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175 Quadrillion Zimbabwean Dollars Are Worth $5
 
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June 12 -- The Zimbabwean dollar will be taken from circulation, formalizing a multi-currency system introduced in 2009 to help stem inflation and stabilize the economy. Bloomberg's Pimm Fox and Betty Liu report on “Bloomberg Markets.” -- Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
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