This report provides exchange rate information under Section 613 of Public Law 87-195 dated September 4, 1961 ( (b)) which gives the Secretary of the Treasury sole authority to establish the exchange rates for all foreign currencies or credits reported by all agencies of the government. The rates provided in this report are not meant to be used by the general public for conducting foreign currency conversion transactions.
The primary purpose is to ensure that foreign currency reports prepared by agencies are consistent with regularly published Treasury foreign currency reports regarding amounts stated in foreign currency units and U. This paper deals with application of quantitative soft computing prediction models into financial area as reliable and accurate prediction models can be very helpful in management decision-making process.
Individual traders comprise a very small part of this market.
Because of the volatility in the price of foreign currency, losses can accrue very rapidly, wiping out an investor’s down payment in short order.
Any company operating globally must deal in foreign currencies.