Each nation has a bureau of foreign exchange, which manages its trading.
Foreign exchange proceeds must be surrendered to the Bank of Greece.
Lastly, what is the effect upon international commerce of the constant play of the Par of Foreign Exchange.
If foreign exchange suddenly rose several cents, while imports and exports remained the same, to what causes might it be due?
To effect this purpose, large means were necessary, and to procure these, resort was had to the sale of foreign exchange.
Foreign exchange performs many of these functions of money in European countries, particularly Austria-Hungary.
Commonly, the holder of a note of the Austro-Hungarian Bank does not ask for it to be redeemed in gold, but in foreign exchange.
Dealings among banks in these items and in foreign exchange are exceedingly important.
Foreign trade and foreign exchange in Egypt are under official control.
Some folks ought to be getting better acquainted at the foreign exchange desk in the banks where this sort of business is done.