trade-weighted index

trade-weighted index

a PRICE INDEX that shows the value of one country's CURRENCY measured in terms of a ‘basket’ of other countries’ currencies, where each country's currency is given a weight in the basket proportionate to its share of INTERNATIONAL TRADE. See EXCHANGE RATE.
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3995 and the narrow USD trade-weighted index to a four-session low.
FAO's Food Price Index is a trade-weighted index tracking international market prices for five major food commodity groups, it said.
However, despite this, the Index - a trade-weighted index tracking international market prices for five key commodity groups - remained 6 percent above its value a year earlier.
FAO Food Price Index - a monthly trade-weighted index tracking international market prices of five major food commodity groups - averaged 179.
The FAO Food Price Index a trade-weighted index tracking international market prices for the cereals, vegetable oils, dairy, meat and sugar commodity groups averaged 163.
LONDON: Sterling trade-weighted index fell 1 percent to hit a three-week low on Monday, while the cost of hedging against swings over the coming month traded at its highest since late 2008 on growing concerns over whether Britain will stay in the European Union.
The trade-weighted index tracks prices on international markets of five major food commodity groups: cereals, meat, dairy products, vegetable oils and sugar.
It marked the lowest level since September 2009 in the trade-weighted index that tracks prices on international markets of five major food commodity groups: cereals, meat, dairy products, vegetable oils, and sugar.
The FAO Food Price Index is a trade-weighted index that tracks prices of cereals, meat, dairy products, vegetable oils and sugar.
While the euro should keep falling against the dollar and sterling as the United States Federal Reserve and Bank of England shift toward higher interest rates, those currencies account for only about a third of the trade-weighted index.
Sterling hit a five-year high on its trade-weighted index in December and remains near that level, making British goods more expensive for overseas buyers.
The euro has climbed to its strongest level on a trade- weighted basis since August 2011, according to Deutsche Bank AG's EUR Trade-Weighted Index.