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Does national debt affect the currency exchange rate?

It is important to know the negative implications national debt has on the currency exchange rate in order to avoid additional losses during trying times

National debt erodes the value of a country’s currency. Without a systemic crisis plan set in motion, it will negatively impact investment performance, inflation, job markets and so on. It is crucial that we develop a solid understanding of the relationship between national debt and the currency exchange rate to come up with solutions.

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US Dollar: How it became the global currency

The US Dollar, also known as the greenback is the world’s most traded currency. Due to its global acceptance, general stability and wide usage, it’s safe to say that the United States has dominated the global market. But how did it happen? How did the US dollar become the global currency and subsequently, the world’s leading superpower?

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What is money laundering?

Money laundering is a grave offence in Singapore, but what is money laundering and how do we combat it? Read more to find out...

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Save more money with these cashback apps this Holiday

There is nothing wrong with spending a little extra during the holiday season. But if there is a way for you to save, then why not? Here are 5 cashback apps that can help you enjoy your Christmas shopping while keeping your bank account healthy...

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5 Ways to Save Cost

Without proper savings, trying to stay afloat amidst a pandemic sounds almost impossible. Here are ways to save costs and to recession-proof your finances. Open to read more...

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The impact of currency fluctuations on businesses

Currency fluctuations can severely impact your business. Regardless of your trade, it’s important to understand the effects of a fluctuating currency. Open to find out more...

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