Deutschemark

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Deutschemark

The former currency of Germany. It was introduced in 1948, replacing the Reichsmark. It became one of the most important currencies in the world. For example, it was one of the currencies included in the basket that determined the value of Special Drawing Rights. After 1990, the deutschemark became the currency of the unified Germany. It was replaced by the euro in 1999 and ceased circulation in 2002.
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dollar-denominated real exchange rates for the German mark and British pound.
The financial records of the subsidiary have been kept in German marks. Only the balance sheet information is given since it is sufficient to illustrate the problems that arise during remeasurement.
For the same reason, Bulgaria used the German mark to anchor its currency and Mexico is contemplating tying its peso to the U.S.
interventions, typically intervenes only in German marks and Japanese yen.(1)
These currencies include the German mark, Dutch guilder, Italian lira and the French franc.
Revulsion at forty-five years of police socialism and the promise of a golden future under the West German mark moved the electorate to see Kohl as a fatherly dispenser of largesse.
For 46 years, the German mark has released 30 million copies of the model.
Apart from the CLA 45 AMG, the company will also unveil the GLA crossover concept, which is the smallest SUV ever from the German mark. Mercedes will also launch the M Guard, which most likely will be a variant based off its succesful M-Class SUV.
Running to between one and two million coins counterfeiting previously mainly affected the French Franc and the German Mark.
This confronted German chemicals and other exports with steep tariffs despite falling prices as the German mark depreciated.
In this paper, a neural network model is developed to forecast the three-month spot rate of exchange for four currencies: the British pound, the German mark, the Japanese yen, and the Swiss franc.