Foreign exchange markets, Managerial Economics

Foreign Exchange Markets

It is the place where buyers and sellers meet to negotiate the exchange of different currencies e.g. forex bureaus.

Exchange Rates

These are the rates at which one currency can be exchanged for another or the price of one currency in terms of another

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