The implications of managed floating exchange rates for U.S. trade policy (Monograph series in finance and economics ; monograph 1979-1)
Clearing Requirement Determination under the Commodity Exchange Act for Interest Rate Swaps (US Commodity Futures Trading Commission Regulation) (CFTC) (2018 Edition)
Exchange Rate Volatility (Japan-US Center UFJ Bank Monographs on International Financial Markets)
[(Accountability and Oversight of US Exchange Rate Policy )] [Author: C.Randall Henning] [Aug-2008]
[(Accountability and Oversight of US Exchange Rate Policy
Accountability and Oversight of US Exchange Rate Policy The dispute over Chinese exchange rate policy within the US has generated a series of legislative proposals to restrict the discretion of the US Treasury Department in determining currency manipulation and to reform the department's accountability to the Congress. This study reviews the Treasury's reports to the Congress on exchange rate policy????????????introduced by the 1988 trade act????????????and Congress's treatment of them. It finds that the accountability process has often not worked well in practice: The coverage of the reports has not provided a sufficient basis for congressional oversight. Nor has Congress always performed its own role well, hold...
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The Almighty Dollar: Follow the Incredible Journey of a Single Dollar to See How the Global Economy Really Works
The Almighty Dollar: Follow the Incredible Journey of
Have you ever wondered why we can afford to buy far more clothes than our grandparents ever could . . . but may be less likely to own a home in which to keep them all? Why your petrol bill can double in a matter of months, but it never falls as fast?Behind all of this lies economics.It’s not always easy to grasp the complex forces that are shaping our lives. But by following a dollar on its journey around the globe, we can start to piece it all together.The dollar is the lifeblood of globalisation. Greenbacks, singles, bucks or dead presidents: call them what you will, they are keeping the global economy going. Half of the notes in circulation are actually outside of the USA – and many of the world’s dollars are owned by China.But what is really happening as our cash moves around the world every day, and how does it affect our lives? By following $1 from a shopping trip in suburban Texas, via China’s central bank, Nigerian railroads, the oilfields of Iraq and beyond, The Almighty Dollar reveals the economic truths behind what we see on the news every day. Why is China the world’s biggest manufacturer – and the USA its biggest customer? Is free trade really a good thing? Why would a nation build a bridge on the other side of the planet?In this illuminating read, econom...
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