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Fixed Exchange Rate

Fixed Exchange Rate

A fixed exchange rate is an alternate option that some governments use instead of leaving their currency exchange exposed to macro-economic market forces. Some nations choose to control the exchange rate of their currency against outside monetary units. For example, a Cuban Convertible Peso is fixed to equal one American dollar. 

Another term for this is a currency peg; the Chinese government pegs their currency against the US dollar, seeking to maintain a stable, consistent exchange rate. This is done by controlling how much foreign currency is worth.


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