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.
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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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Not a direct quote. It wasn't the words which he had uttered.
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