Currency exchange rate which is determined by free market forces, rather than being fixed by a government.
An exchange rate where the value is determined by the market. Also known as a dirty float when changed frequently.
An exchange rate system in which currency values are allowed to fluctuate according to supply and demand forces in the market without direct interference by government authorities.
A regime in which a country's exchange rate is allowed to fluctuate freely and be determined without intervention in the exchange market by the government or central bank.
An exchange rate whose value is determined by market forces.
the rate of exchange of currencies is permitted to rise and fall with supply and demand on the international private market
Floating exchange rate means that they fluctuate day to day according to the market. More generally the term can also refer to the price at which any good is being traded for another good.
Floating exchange rates refer to the value of a currency as decided by supply and demand.
A foreign exchange rate whose value is determined by market forces.
System whereby the rate of a country's currency against others is determined by market forces without any intervention from the government.
The term used to describe how a currency's exchange rate is determined by market forces it is free to 'float' up or down as the market dictates.
Rate determined in the market by the demand for and supply of the currency in question; also called a variable exchange rate.
An exchange rate where the value is determined by market forces. Even floating currencies are subject to intervention by the monetary authorities. When such activity is frequent the float is known as a dirty float.
A currency regime in which the value of the local currency is determined in the marketplace for foreign exchange.
s - This refers to the value of a particular currency as decided by supply and demand. Changing supply and demand create different daily price levels.
When exchange rate is not fixed by the government but fluctuates depending on the demand and supply of the currencies in the market.
Country's decision to allow its currency to float.
Exchange rates determined by market forces based on the demand for and supply of a currency.
A currency has floating exchange rate when its value is decided by the market, by supply and demand.
When supply and demand or other market forces determine the value of a currency.
When the value of a currency is decided by supply and demand
A country's decision to allow its currency value to freely change. The currency is not constrained by central bank intervention and does not have to maintain its relationship with another currency in a narrow band. The currency value is determined by trading in the foreign exchange market.
When the value of a currency is decided by the market forces dictating the demand and supply of that particular currency.
A floating exchange rate or a flexible exchange rate is a type of exchange rate regime wherein a currency's value is allowed to fluctuate according to the foreign exchange market. A currency that uses a floating exchange rate is known as a floating currency. The opposite of a floating exchange rate is a fixed exchange rate.