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need help with Macro Econ Exchange Rate question…?

I can’t seem to wrap my head around this. I can usually figure out USD to CAD conversion. (for example.USD exg 10% usd, usd = .10cad)

But these international rates are getting me.

country $ of shirt exchange rate
canada 31.50 —
china 126 yuan 5.3
mexico 168 6

what is the cheapest country to buy the shirt in?

how do you figure out the currency… Continue reading

1 comment - What do you think?  Posted by admin - September 14, 2010 at 6:35 pm

Categories: Economics   Tags: canadian dollars, china, currency exchange, exchange rate, exg, Mexico, rate canada, usd to cad conversion, yuan

do you sometimes get U.S money in your change?

when i got my change back from a store i found a canadian penny. and then i thought if this same thing happen to people in canada, so have you ever gotten a U.S nickel or dime or any type of U.S currency back as change?
1 U.S. dollar = 1.08050053 Canadian dollars, not that much higher, its just more expensive in canada

and the question was directed to canadian… Continue reading

5 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - September 10, 2010 at 1:49 pm

Categories: Economics   Tags: Canada, canadian citizens, canadian dollars, Canadian Penny, currency, Nickel

Math homework please help?

Miriam is planning a trip to new england to spend a weekend on the beach. She needs some Americna currency. She receives US{content}.75 in exchange for one Canadian dollar. Consider the relation between the number of Canadian dollars and the number of American dollars obtained in exchange.

complete the table of values
table of values :
CANDIAN$ US$
0 0
1 0.75
10
50
100
200
300
….. … Continue reading

1 comment - What do you think?  Posted by admin - August 25, 2010 at 6:51 am

Categories: Economics   Tags: american dollars, Canadian Dollar, canadian dollars, currency, miriam, new england, planning a trip, table of values, variation

How often should I go to the grocery store? and what should be my budget?

I am currently living in Halifax, Nova Scotia (canada).

I have a college budget I suppose.
I get around 0 per month. 0 goes to rent. leaving me with 0 a month.

Firstly, how often should I go to the grocery store?
I always cook my meals, rather than buy fastfood. I would say that I would eat around 3 or 4 meals per day, and usually some… Continue reading

7 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - July 28, 2010 at 9:01 am

Categories: Economics   Tags: american dollars, canadian dollars, cheers, college budget, currency, grocery store, halifax nova scotia, halifax nova scotia canada, living in halifax nova scotia, monthly budget, nova scotia canada, snacks, trying to gain weight

Question about inflation?

How do the governments and banks control inflation? What causes inflation? Are interest rates related to inflation or deflation? Someone was telling me that governments exchanges say canadian dollars for indian currency and then wait for their currency to rise and then tthey exchange it back? How does this cause inflation or deflation?

When there is more demand than supply is there a surplus or a defecit?… Continue reading

3 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - July 24, 2010 at 4:11 am

Categories: Economics   Tags: banks, canadian dollars, cause inflation, control inflation, defecit, governments, indian currency, interest rates

what can you do in france with 1,417,20 in franc coins?

ok i have 284 dollars in canadian dollars but i converted it online to france franc. coins
and i have 1,417.20 dollars in franc. france coins….. what could i but with 1417.20 in franc in france?
can i buy a car with it?… Continue reading

3 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - July 8, 2010 at 7:05 pm

Categories: Canadian Coins   Tags: canadian dollars, franc coins, france franc

Whats u with the falling US dollar Is this a sign you spent to much on wars you can't afford ?

TORONTO (CP) - The Canadian dollar will be worth as much as the U.S. greenback by the end of the year, CIBC World Markets economists predict (TSX: CM.TO).

Friday’s report cites an expected rise in Canadian interest rates and stronger-than-expected economic growth, along with hot commodity prices and an "avalanche" of corporate takeovers that require foreign acquirers to deal in Canadian dollars.

"With the national jobless rate plumbing… Continue reading

11 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - July 4, 2010 at 4:11 am

Categories: Economics   Tags: acquirers, avalanche, bank of canada, Canadian Dollar, canadian dollars, canadian interest rates, chief economist, cibc world markets, commodity prices, core inflation, corporate takeovers, economic growth, economists, friday morning, greenback, jeff rubin, lows, national jobless rate, target range, tsx

different currencies?

is there a way to have a bank account where whenever you put money into it , it changes currency?
i have canadian dollars and lets say i want an iraqi bank account.
i put canadian into this account and it changes my into however much iraqi money i can get for .
The iraqi think is just an example but i would really like to do something like this… Continue reading

2 comments - What do you think?  Posted by admin - June 27, 2010 at 6:35 pm

Categories: Economics   Tags: canadian dollars, currency, iraqi money

Which is the best Canadian credit card to take overseas?

I’m planning to take a trip to Australia in a few months and I have not yet applied for a credit card because I am not sure which one will make the most of my money. I know that with whatever bank I choose my money will be subject to the currency conversion of my Canadian dollars going to Australian dollars, however I am having a hard time finding what… Continue reading

1 comment - What do you think?  Posted by admin - June 15, 2010 at 6:36 pm

Categories: Economics   Tags: australia, australian dollars, canadian dollars, cards, credit card, credit history, currency conversion, hard time, money, traveller

Question about European currency?

On ebay some dude is willing to ship me an item for 6,20 euros. Now when they add the comma do they mean a period or a comma? Cause I googled 6,20 and 6.20 euros and converted them to canadian dollars and there’s a huge! difference! Then I went to another site which is based in the uk and found an item for sale for 12.99 euro. Then when I… Continue reading

1 comment - What do you think?  Posted by admin - June 5, 2010 at 11:23 pm

Categories: Economics   Tags: canadian dollars, comma, Ebay, shipping costs

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