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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8%, impacted by the strong appreciation of the Chilean peso over export returns in foreign currency, and also due to higher wines costs as a result of higher prices for grapes during the 2005 vintage.
The following table sets forth certain information with respect to loan portfolios for the periods indicated in millions of Chilean pesos (except percentages):
Consolidated Statements of Income (unaudited) (In millions of Chilean pesos as of June 30, 2005, except percentages) Six months Six months ended June ended June Change 30, 2004 30, 2005 Ch$ millions % OPERATING INCOME Net interest revenue 56,906.
Financial Highlights (in million Chilean pesos as of June 30, 2005, except percentages and per share amounts) 2Q05 2Q04 Change 1H05 1H04 Change Revenue from sales 51,816 47,716 8.
dollar began to depreciate markedly against the Chilean peso in late 2003, a problem for exporters.
Besides, the CEO in addition bemoaned the weakening Chilean Peso which, he said, had driven up fuel costs.
In addition to new language translations, ClickBank added 18 new currencies to its online marketplace including: Argentinian Peso, Brazilian Real, Chilean Peso, Chinese Yuan, Columbian Peso, Czech Koruna, Hungarian Forint, Indian Rupee, Indonesian Rupiah, Korean Won, Malaysian Ringgit, Mexican Peso, Philippine Peso, Polish Zloty, Russian Ruble, Singaporean Dollar, Thai Baht and Turkish Lira.
The Brazilian real and Chilean peso depreciated only 10.
We would play the Chilean peso short," IDEAglobal said.
The bar for intervention especially in the case of Chilean peso is very high," said Doandio.
FXDD will offer the following NDFs: Malaysian Ringgit, South Korean Won, Chinese Yuan, Taiwan Dollar, Indian Rupee, Indonesian Rupiah, Russian Ruble, Brazilian Real, Columbian Peso, Peruvian Nuevo Sol, Argentine Peso, Chilean Peso, and the Philippine Peso.
The initial product launch will be for NDF-style transactions for US dollar (USD) versus Chilean peso (CLP), where original trades conducted in the standard USD/CLP interbank terms of Chilean peso per US dollar, can be submitted for clearing.