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"The situation of excess liquidity in foreign exchange on the foreign exchange market has led the BCT to intervene in the market since April, only as regards the purchase of foreign currency against the dinar from banks, helping increase the stock of net reserves of the BCT by over 700 million dollars (for the only month of August, the BCT bought $ 230 million against the dinar from banks), while during the same period in 2018 the BCT sold on the market $ 827 million to mitigate the gap of liquidity in currencies and to smooth the strong depreciation of the dinar.
Section two provides an overview of the empirical literature, Section three provides an overview of the foreign exchange market of Sri Lanka.
The US foreign exchange market forms a substantial portion of the US economy.
The foreign exchange market is able to be rigged when a number of market participants work together, for instance agreeing to place orders at a certain time or sharing confidential information, which then moves prices sharply to their advantage.
James McGeehan, who spent 12 years working in the City and now runs a US advisory firm, said: "The foreign exchange market is like the Wild West.
James McGeehan, who worked in the City for 12 years, said: "The foreign exchange market is like the Wild West."
Foreign exchange market efficiency and the uncovered interest-rate parity
Noting that the yen's strength is a spillover of the debt problems in the eurozone, through increasing risk aversion among global investors who see the Japanese currency as relatively safe, Shirakawa said in a speech, ''the Ministry of Finance intervened in the foreign exchange market today.
The Foreign Exchange Market is the largest and most liquid financial market worldwide.
SANA'A, March 16 (Saba)- The Central Bank of Yemen (CBY) imposed Wednesday significant sanctions on ten exchange companies that have not committed to the prices in the foreign exchange market.
The central bank of Taiwan has denied newspaper reports that it had made changes to foreign exchange market rules.
Trading volume at the Taipei Foreign Exchange Market reached only US$1.1 billion yesterday, when that at the market run by Yuanta Foreign Exchange Brokerage, a minor marketplace, surged to US$600 million, as many forex speculators switched to the marketplace, to dodge intervention of CBC.

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