Chilean Peso


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Chilean Peso

The currency of Chile. It was introduced in 1975, replacing the Chilean escudo. It has historically been subject to high inflation. See also: Unidad de Fomento.
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In line with its policy of managing exchange rate risks Enersis group debt denominated in Chilean pesos rose to 26%, versus 5% in 2003.
The findings show that although there is evidence that the bilateral exchange rates of Mexican and Chilean pesos and the dollar are related with interest rate differentials of these economies and the U.
More specifically, the Board of Directors of Enersis Americas set the definitive tender price at 300 Chilean pesos per share (compared with the last price of 285 Chilean pesos per share announced on December 17th, 2015).
2140 per each American Depositary Share (ADS) in cash, either in US dollars or Chilean pesos, as the vendors choose, it has said.
Falabella (Falabella) at 4,715 Chilean pesos per share for proceeds of 249.
A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION TO PRO-PINOCHET PUBLICATION Onda Expansiva: 18,000 Chilean pesos.
based Duke Energy, which had increased its bid to Endesa Chile's shareholders from 250 to 275 Chilean pesos ($0.
873 billion Chilean pesos (around US$ 56 million), equivalent to 4.