Direct quote


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Direct quote

For foreign exchange, the number of US dollars needed to buy one unit of a foreign currency.

Direct Terms

In foreign exchange, the expression of a currency in terms of one unit of a different currency. For example, to say there are two U.S. dollars per one British pound is to express the dollar in direct terms to the pound. See also: Indirect terms, Currency pair.
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In a direct quote from the film Lars Seier Christensen sets the tone for the future: "The ambition has always been to be the most professional facilitator in the market, we are building our own business but a lot of our business is about helping others succeed.
London Multi Commodities Exchange also provides wide-array of order types, the capabilities of making direct quote requests and direct trading access for spreads.
He said that the Yes camp "posed the question the question during the campaign - was this not the end of the cumbersome, time-consuming, costly bureaucratic procedure which led to misunderstanding and tension between Parliament and London - that's a direct quote from the book".
The quotation was not a misrepresentation of the position of the Frontline Church, it was a direct quote from theirwebsite only a fewweeks prior to the news ite m.
It has a foreword by the "Chairman, Llandaf Society" (a direct quote again).
It was not, as some have inferred, a direct quote from Archbishop Sambi, the apostolic nuncio.
The ISNA news agency did not give a direct quote from Oil Minister Gholamhossein Nozari.
The Blades have still to score in an away game since returning to the top flight and Bet Direct quote Neil Warnock's goalshy outfit at 14-1 to stay blank on the road before Christmas.
In our article headlined 'Solicitors join forces for accident claims venture' published on May 31, a direct quote referred in negative terms to the services offered by Claims Direct.
After being asked twice, then that's where we have that direct quote, `I would say yes, it's an endorsement,'" Oswald said.
A direct quote from the Howard Jarvis Taxpayer Association letter which I just received and which scared the heck out of me: ``Your help is needed to prevent a small group of young, liberal, multimillionaires from buying the election of an initiative that will open the way to double property taxes,'' along with a bumper sticker that says, ``Save our Homes, No on 39.
As Hubert Damisch writes, it was already observed in 1863, when this scandalizing work was first exhibited, that "the focal group of three figures in Manet's composition was a direct quote from a print that was well-known in artists' studios at the time.