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The exchange rate is defined as "the rate at which one country's currency may be converted into another." The exchange rate may vary daily with the demand of currencies from one country to another. For these reasons; when sending or receiving money, it is important to understand what determines Forex exchange rates. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Factors that Affect Foreign Exchange Rates


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Factors that Affect Foreign Exchange Rates
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  • Foreign Exchange Rate

Foreign Exchange rate is one of the most
important means through which a countrys
relative level of economic health is
determined. If you are thinking of sending or
receiving money from overseas, you need to keep a
keen eye on the currency exchange rates.
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Inflation Rates
Changes in market expansion cause changes in
currency exchange rates. A country with a lower
expansion rate than another's will see an
appreciation in the value of its currency. The
prices of goods and services increase at a slower
rate where the expansion is low.
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Countrys Current Account
A countrys current account reflects the balance
of trade and earnings on foreign investment. It
consists of the total number of transactions such
as exports, imports, debt, etc. An insufficiency
in current account due to spending more of its
currency on importing products than it is earning
through the sale of exports causes deflation.
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Government Debt
Government debt is public debt or national debt
owned by the central government . A country with
government debt is less likely to acquire foreign
capital, leading to inflation.
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Terms of Trade
The terms of trade is the ratio of export prices
to import prices. A country's terms of trade
improves if its exports prices rise at a greater
rate than its imports prices.
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