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Deutschmark

, Deutsche Mark
the former standard monetary unit of Germany, divided into 100 pfennigs; replaced by the euro in 2002: until 1990 the standard monetary unit of West Germany
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This can be achieved by buying an option to sell deutsche marks.
Suppose a German manufacturer sells its product for 150 deutsche marks in Germany.
dollar LIBOR against LIBOR rates of the deutsche mark, British pound, Swiss franc, and Australian dollar, and LIBOR rates of the deutsche mark and Swiss franc against LIBOR rates of the Italian lira, Spanish peseta, and other high-yielding currencies of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism.
Treasury Federal Exchange Period and item Reserve Stabilization Fund Valuation profits and losses on outstanding assets and liabilities, June 30, 1998 Deutsche marks 39.
As noted above, European results are principally denominated in deutsche marks, which have been depressed relative to the dollar and made the quarterly revenue and year-to-date comparisons seem markedly worse.
Estimates on the cost of unification in 1991 range as high as several billion deutsche marks, with the bill to be shared by the public and private sectors.
com GmbH, for 30,600 Euros (approximately $27,000) and a subordinated loan of 600,000 Deutsche Marks (approximately $268,000).
30, 1997 Net purchases Impact of and sales(1) sales(2) FEDERAL RESERVE Deutsche marks 11,609.
The planned invitation will cover Mexico's fixed-rate Brady Bond (also known as Par Bonds) denominated in Deutsche Marks, Dutch Guilders, French Francs and Italian Lire.
In addition to the negative impact of lower gas prices, the Deutsche mark/dollar exchange rate had a negative impact on the amount of dollars the Trust received when the royalties paid in Deutsche marks were converted into dollars and transferred to the Trust's bank account in the United States.
Millions of dollars Quarterly changes in balances by source Balance, Net purchases Item June 30, 1997 and sales(1) FEDERAL RESERVE Deutsche marks 11,671.
dollars -- its reporting currency and Deutsche Marks - its functional currency in Europe, which is of interest to its European investors and in which the Company conducts substantial business.

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