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Foreign Exchange Markets Summary Foreign Exchange Markets Assignment: Foreign Exchange Markets Summary Alicia May Axai College of University of Phoenix 1
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Foreign Exchange Markets Summary What is the Gold Standard and what does it have to do with the world’s major foreign exchange markets? Some people, who are not aware of international market systems and the global trading market, certainly are not aware of the world’s foreign currency exchange markets and how they relate to one another and function, to form how the current global trading markets work. The gold standard is as "a commitment by participating countries to fix the prices of their domestic currencies in terms of a specified amount of gold. National money and other forms of money (bank deposits and notes) were freely converted into gold at the fixed price." To get a better understanding of the Gold Standard a brief of the history and formation would be useful in understanding its function. [Sir Isaac Newton, overvalued the guinea in terms of silver, and formally adopted
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This note was uploaded on 05/14/2010 for the course INB 205 AAAA0NSI48 taught by Professor Deanmccullough during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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