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RBA Glossary definition for floating exchange rate

floating exchange rate – Exchange rates determined by market forces based on the demand for and supply of a currency.

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The Performance of Exchange Rate Forecasts

1 Jul 1986 RDP 8609
Philip W. Lowe and Robert G. Trevor
Research Discussion Papers contain the results of economic research within the Reserve Bank
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Exchange Rates and Crises

16 Jan 1998 Speech
Stephen Grenville
Talk by Stephen Grenville to the Third Biennial Pacific Rim Allied Economic Organizations Conference, Bangkok

Exchange Rate Regimes for Emerging Markets

30 Oct 2000 Speech
Stephen Grenville
Address by Stephen Grenville to the Economic Society of Australia (NSW Branch), Sydney

Statement on Monetary Policy

10 Feb 2001 Bulletin – February 2001
Graph 15. The peak of the US trade-weighted index broadly coincided with the trough in the Euro/US dollar bilateral exchange rate. ... Elsewhere in Asia, the currencies of countries with floating exchange rates appear to have stabilised against the US

Mining Booms and the Australian Economy

23 Feb 2010 Speech
Ric Battellino
Speech by Ric Battellino to The Sydney Institute, Sydney

Foreign Exchange Derivative Markets in Asia

7 Dec 2017 Bulletin – December 2017
Megan Garner
Activity in foreign exchange derivative markets in Asia has increased in recent years, along with greater incentives to hedge exchange rate risk. But these markets are more developed for the currencies of advanced Asian economies than emerging Asian

Australia's Recent Exchange Rate Experience

29 May 1992 Speech
Bernie Fraser
Talk by Bernie Fraser to the Association Cambiste Internationale Congress, Sydney

The Role of the Exchange Rate in Monetary Policy – the Experience of Other Countries | Conference – 1993

12 Jul 1993 Conferences
Michael Artis
If the exchange rate appreciates, interest rates can fall, consistent with an unchanged inflationary pressure. ... If the exchange rate depreciates, then interest rates must be raised to preserve the same counter-inflationary stance of policy.

Monetary Policy and the Predictability of Nominal

17 Jan 2017 Research Workshop PDF 506KB

Discussion on Recent Thinking About Exchange Rate Determination and Policy | Conference – 1993

12 Jul 1993 Conferences
policies in a world of floating exchange rates and a high degree of international capital mobility. ... the tendency for nominal and real exchange rates to move together under a floating rate regime is explained by the contrast between the behaviour of