floating exchange currency
A monetary system in which the value of currency is determined by supply and demand. The U.S. dollar, Pound Sterling, Euro, and Japanese Yen are examples of floating exchange currencies. Compare to fixed currency. See Foreign Exchange Market; foreign exchange rate.
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law of supply and demand
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