Switch trade can change inconvertible currencies
to be convertible, convertible to be inconvertible or non-convertible currencies each other.
Thus, Friedman's expectation--that such stable "monetary experience" under different forms of the gold standard and fixed exchange rates would "characterize our future"--could not survive his successful campaign to destroy the attenuated vestiges of the true gold standard incorporated in the Bretton Woods gold-exchange standard, inaugurating the era of inconvertible currencies
and floating exchange rates (1971-present), associated as it has been with increased monetary and economic instability.
Although the discount rates and the price of exchange were high, people hardly felt the harm of inconvertible currencies
. That is also why, when agricultural commerce resumed in the autumn of 1860, people could no longer bear the economic losses caused by 3 percent discounts on Illinois bank notes and 2 percent premiums on New York exchanges.
The December edition with his article on poverty in London, visas, beauty and the beast, and inconvertible currencies
, seriously questions his intelligence.
A US area, with the dollar at a fixed rate, an enlarged sterling area with floating convertible currencies based around sterling, and the rest with fixed inconvertible currencies
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