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Elements of Foreign Exchange

A Foreign Exchange Primer

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Author: Franklin Escher
Published: 1910
Language: English
Wordcount: 33,317 / 104 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 56.4
LoC Category: HG
Downloads: 803
Added to site: 2009.07.11 24673
Genre: Politics

reation of very large amounts of foreign exchange. As the financial relationships between our bankers and those of the Old World have been developed, it has come about that European money is being put out in this market in increasing volume. Conditions of money, discount, and exchange are constantly being watched for the opportunity to make loans on favorable terms, and the aggregate of foreign money loaned out here at times reaches very large figures. In 1901 Europe had big amounts of money outstanding in the New York market, and again in 1906 very large sums of English and French capital were temporarily placed at our disposal. But in the summer of 1909 all records were surpassed, American borrowings in London and Paris footing up to at least half a billion dollars. Such loans, running only a couple of months on the average and then being sometimes paid off, but more often shifted about or renewed, give rise to the drawing of immense amounts of foreign exchange.

4. Drawing of so-called "finance-bills



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