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外面汇储藏,是本钱和金融提高落后于创造业提

作者:locoy / 时间:2019-05-12 / 浏览:人次

  原题目:外面汇储藏,是本钱和金融提高落后于创造业提高的结实

  关怀我,你的眼睛会怀孕

  原本题目是《外面汇储藏是什么?》

  写着写着,看到【学尽】此雕刻句子话——外面汇储藏,是本钱和金融提高落后于创造业提高的结实。深认为然,因此改了。

  外面汇储藏,在CFA教科书上,拥有2个对应词汇:

  情节集儿子合在【汇比值制度分类】壹章的【市场参加以者-央行】和【汇比值制度-永恒汇比值】上。

  Reading 20?Currency Exchange Rates

  2. The Foreign Exchange Market

  2.2. Market Participants

  4. Exchange Rate Regimes

  4.3. A Taxonomy of Currency Regimes

  4.3.3. Fixed Parity

  央行与外面汇储藏

  央行,办外面汇储藏时,像真正的钱币投资基金,经度过慎重、守陈旧的市场操干,维养护本海外面汇储藏的价。

  而此雕刻些外面汇储藏,微少半到来源于对美国及其他兴旺经济体的【日日账户】载余,其方法首要为美元。不止中国家要事此雕刻么,父亲微少半新生经济体也此雕刻么。

  Central banks: These entities sometimes intervene in FX markets in order to influence either the level or trend in the domestic exchange rate. This often occurs when the central banks judge their domestic currency to be too weak and when the exchange rate has overshot any concept of equilibrium level (e.g., because of a speculative attack) to the degree that the exchange rate no longer reflects underlying economic fundamentals. Alternatively, central banks also intervene when the FX market has become so erratic and dysfunctional that end-users such as corporations can no longer transact necessary FX business. Conversely, sometimes central banks intervene when they believe that their domestic currency has become too strong, to the point that it undercuts that country’s export competitiveness. The Bank of Japan intervened against yen strength versus the US dollar in 2004 and again in September 2010. Similarly, in 2010 the Swiss National Bank intervened against strength in the Swiss franc versus the euro by selling the Swiss franc on the euro–Swiss (CHF/EUR) cross-rate. Central bank reserve managers are also frequent participants in FX markets in order to manage their country’s FX reserves. In this context, they act much like real money investment funds—although generally with a cautious, conservative mandate to safeguard the value of their country’s foreign exchange reserves. The foreign exchange reserves of some countries are enormous (e.g., China has about USD2.5 trillion in reserves as of 2010), and central bank participation in FX markets can sometimes have a material impact on exchange rates even when these reserve managers are not intervening for public policy purposes.

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