Definitions for "Dirty float"
A system of floating exchange rates in which the government occasionally intervenes to change the direction of the value of the country's currency.
Exchange rate policy where the value of a currency is allowed to fluctuate but the central bank will intervene from time to time.
A system of floating exchange rates where the domestic monetary authorities occasionally intervene to manage and control the exchange rate by buying or selling domestic currency against foreign Reserve currencies. In a Clean float, no intervention is used. Français: Fluctuations contrôlée Español: Flotación sucia, flotación impura, flotación manipulada
Keywords:  way, market
DM Either way market