currency rate

currency rate
currency rate ˈcurrency ˌrate noun [countable usually plural] FINANCE
the value of one currency in relation to another:

• The currency rate's move above 150 yen to the dollar was bad news for the Japanese bond market.

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currency rate UK US noun [C]
FINANCE the rate at which currency from one country can be bought or sold in the currency of another country: »

Excluding the effects of currency rate changes, sales decreased 2%.

See also EXCHANGE RATE(Cf. ↑exchange rate)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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