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denominate

Maths (of a number) representing a multiple of a unit of measurement
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ORIX was the first Japanese corporation to issue offshore Renminbi denominated unsecured notes in the CNH market, and has issued baht denominated unsecured bonds in Thailand, and sold Australian dollar denominated bonds in Japan.
Jahan Ara said that Central Bank of Iran (CBI) last year agreed with issuance of 15 thousand billion rial denominated bonds all of them were sold with 20 percent interest rate.
In the second auction for 20-month (616 days) TRY denominated zero coupon bonds, the Treasury sold nominal 2.
The class '1A' floating rate notes will be dollar-denominated and sterling- denominated and have a legal final maturity of May 2011.
The scope of the plunge suffered by the euro-quoted bonds was the steepest among bonds denominated in a range of currencies.
267(f)-l(e) provide an exception for a holder of a debt instrument denominated in foreign currency, but do not address a debtor issuing a nonfunctional, currency-denominated instrument.
Wages of employees in the public sector and public utilities, all social welfare entitlements (and pensions), and tax bills, would now be denominated and payable in florins.
Existing assets and liabilities -- Accounting for hedges of existing foreign-currency denominated assets and liabilities is usually straightforward.
residents, and about $10 billion in non-dollar denominated claims on U.
For this purpose, qualified payments are (1) declared but unpaid dividends denominated in a nonfunctional currency, and (2) accrued rent or royalty payments denominated in a nonfunctional currency, the amounts of which are fixed on the date the hedge is acquired.
91-1, Hedging Intercompany Foreign Currency Risks, discusses whether hedge accounting is appropriate for hedges of intercompany transactions denominated in foreign currencies.