devalue

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To lower or remove the value of something
To lose value; to depreciate
To devalue the currency of a country means to reduce its value in relation to other currencies. India has devalued the Rupee by about eleven per cent + devaluation devaluations de·valua·tion It will lead to devaluation of a number of European currencies
To devalue something means to cause it to be thought less impressive or less deserving of respect. They spread tales about her in an attempt to devalue her work + devalued de·valued She feels devalued because she knows her husband has had affairs
remove the value from; deprive of its value
{f} depreciate, lessen, decrease, reduce the value of
lose in value; "The dollar depreciated again"
lower the value or quality of; "The tear devalues the painting"
devaluation
The removal or lessening of something's value
devaluation
The intentional or deliberate lowering of a currency's value compared to another country's currency or a standard value -- the price of gold for example
devaluation
the reduction of something's value or worth
devaluation
The reduction in the exchange value of currency by lowering its gold- or hard-currency equivalency A country may "prop-up" or overvalue its currency by using US dollars (or other "hard currency") to buy up their own currency This makes the value of their currency artificially high [TOP]]
devaluation
a reduction in the rate of exchange between one currency and other currencies under a fixed exchange rate system
devaluation
Simply the decline in value of one currency versus the value of another currency caused by either market forces or by official designated exchange rates
devaluation
the reduction of something's value or worth an official lowering of a nation's currency; a decrease in the value of a country's currency relative to that of foreign countries
devaluation
A decrease in the spot price of a currency Often initiated by a government announcement
devaluation
The official lowering of the value of one country's currency in terms of one or more foreign currencies For example, if the U S dollar is devalued in relation to the French franc, one dollar will "buy" fewer francs than before
devaluation
a devaluation is a reduction in the official value of a currency
devaluation
The official lowering of the value of one country's currency in terms of one or more foreign currencies
devaluation
The intentional or deliberate lowering of a currencys value compared to another countrys currency or a standard value -- the price of gold for example
devaluation
A lowering of a country's currency relative to gold and/or currencies of other nations The opposite is revaluation
devaluation
Depreciation
devaluation
The drop in the value of one currency relative to another Developing countries have often been encouraged to devalue their currency as part of IMF / World Bank structural adjustment programs as a means of increasing the costs of imports and decreasing the cost of exports, thereby increasing competitiveness
devaluation
Reduction in the exchange value of a country's monetary unit in terms of gold, silver, or foreign currency. By decreasing the price of the home country's exports abroad and increasing the price of imports in the home country, devaluation encourages the home country's export sales and discourages expenditures on imports, thus improving its balance of payments
devaluation
A significant fall in the value of a currency, as compared to gold or another country's currency
devaluation
when a government or central bank formally decreases the value of its currency under a system of otherwise fixed exchange rates
devaluation
A decrease in the spot price of the currency
devaluation
{i} depreciation, reduction, reduction of the value of
devaluation
The deliberate downward adjustment of a currency's price, normally by official announcement
devaluation
The lowering of the exchange rate between one country's currency and those of the rest of the world
devaluation
A reduction in a country's official rate at which one currency is trade for another A devaluation makes a country's exports cheaper abroad and makes imports more expensive
devaluation
an official lowering of a nation's currency; a decrease in the value of a country's currency relative to that of foreign countries
devaluation
The reduction by a government of the official value of its currency in relation to the value of the currency of other nations
devaluation
The official reduction of the value of a nation's currency in terms of one or more foreign currencies, a standard (generally gold), special drawing rights or the US dollar Therefore, if the US dollar is devalued in relation to the German mark, one dollar will buy fewer marks then before the devaluation
devaluation
A drop in the spot foreign exchange value of a currency that is pegged to other currencies or to gold See Depreciate
devaluation
Situation in which a nation reduces the value of its currency in relation to gold or some other currency
devaluation
The removal or lessening of somethings value
devaluation
Deliberate downward adjustment of a currency against its fixed parities or bands, normally by formal announcement
devaluation
The deliberate downward adjustment of a currency`s value versus the value of another currency normally caused by official announcement
devaluation
Lowering of the value of a country's currency relative to the currencies of other nations When a nation devalues its currency, the goods it imports become more expensive, while its exports become less expensive abroad and thus more competitive BACK TO TOP
devaluation
Lowering of the value of a country's currency relative to gold and/or the currencies of other nations Devaluation can also result from a rise in value of other currencies relative to the currency of a particular country
devaluation
A reduction in the value of a country's currency relative to other currencies
devalued
lowered in value; "the dollar is low"; "a debased currency"
devalued
Past tense of to devalue
devalues
Third person singular simple present form of to devalue
devaluing
present participle of devalue
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