Rate of exchange

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RATE OF EXCHANGE. Among merchants, by rate of exchange is understood the price at which a bill drawn in one country upon another, may be sold in the former.

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Since the collapse of the Bretton Woods system, the explanation of exchange rate dynamics has been the biggest challenge in international finance.
This problem is especially apparent in the study of real exchange rate movements among high-income, financially developed countries with floating exchange rates.
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Pegged exchange rate is a regime in which the central bank announces an official (par value) of its currency and then maintains the actual market rate within a narrow band by intervening in the forex market.
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More flexible exchange rate regimes are associated with smaller responses of output during commodity price episodes.