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An Empirical Evaluation of Exchange Rates Changes: Economic Implications in Oil-Exporting Countries

References: 1. Abdelaziz, M., Chortareas, G., Cipollini, A. (2008). Stock Prices, Exchange Rates, and Oil: Evidence from Middle East Oil-Exporting Countries. Topics in Middle Eastern and African Economies , 10 , 1-27. 2. Al-Hamidy, A., Banafe, A. (2017). Foreign Exchange Intervention in Saudi Arabia. BIS Paper, 73 , 301-306. 3. Aljazira Capital (n.d). Currency Wars and Its Impact on Saudi Arabia. 4. Alkhareif, R.M., Albakr, A.B, Alsayaary, S.S. (2016). Exchange Rates Pass

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The Impact of Exchange Rate Volatility on Turkish Exports: 1993-2009

References Aurangzeb, A., S. Thanasis and A. U. Mohammad. 2005. "Short-Run and Long-Run Effects of Exchange Rate Volatility on the Volume of Exports: A Case Study for Pakistan", International Journal of Business and Economics, 4 (3): 209-222. Aristotelous, K. 2001. "Exchange Rate Volatility, Exchange Rate Regime, and Trade Volume: Evidence from the UK-US Export Function (1989-1999)", Economic Letters, 72 (1): 87-89. Arize, A. C. 1995. "The Effects of Exchange Rate Volatility on U. S

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Effects of Monetary Shocks on Exchange Rate: Empirical Evidence from India

References Adolfson, M (2001) Monetary Policy with Incomplete Exchange Rate Pass-Through. Working Paper Series, No.127, Sveriges Riksbank. Agenor, PR and Aynaoui, KE, (2010). Excess Liquidity, Bank Pricing Rule, and Monetary Policy. Journal of Banking and Finance 34, 923-933. Aleem, A (2010) Transmission Mechanism of Monetary Policy in India. Journal of Asian Economics 21, 186-197. Bagliano F and Favero C (1998) Measuring Monetary Policy with VAR models: an evaluation. European Economic Review 42

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Time Series Analysis About The Relationship Between Foreign Trade and Exchange Rate in Turkish Economy

References Appuhamilage, K. S. A., & Alhayky, A. A. A. (2010). Exchange rate movements’ effect on Sri Lanka-China trade. Journal of Chinese Economic and Foreign Trade Studies, 3(3), 254-267. Aristotelous, K. (2001). Exchange-rate volatility, exchange-rate regime and trade volume: Evidence from the UK-US export function (1989-1999), Economic Letters, 72, 87-89. Arize, A. C., Malindretos J., & Kasibhata, K. M. (2003). Does exchangerate volatility depress export flows: The case of LDC’s. International Advances in

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Social Networks, Exchange Rate Fluctuation, and Economic Growth: ARDL Approach

( Akinboade & Kinfack, 2015 ). Given the importance of production and economic growth in any society, a matter of concern for governments has always been to achieve higher production and greater economic growth ( Almosabbeh & Almoree, 2018 ). The exchange rate is one of the economic variables most directly related to the foreign sector of the economy, which can pave the ground for economic growth more than any other variable ( Jibrin, Jelilov, & Gayypov, 2017 ). Economic growth is negatively affected in the short and long terms and positively in the midterm by exchange

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Exchange Rate and Interest Rate in the Monetary Policy Reaction Function

References 1. Agiuar, M. and G. Gopinath (2006). “Defaultable Debt, Interaest Rates and the Current Account”, Journal of International Economics, 69: 64-83. 2. Antal J. and F. Brazdik (2006). “Exchange Rate Peg versus Inflation Targeting Prior To Monetary Union Entry.” Czech National Bank. 3. Aslanidi, O. (2007). “The Optimal Monetary Policy and the Channels of Monetary Transmission Mechanism in CIS-7 Countries: The Case of Georgia.” CERGE-EI Discussion Paper No. 171. 4. Benassy-Quere, A. and S

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The Role of Exchange Rates in the Stock Price Development of Chemical Companies in the Visegrad Four Countries

References Abbasi, G.R., Mohammadi, H.M., Chaharded, O.M. (2015), The Study of the Effects of Exchange Rate Fluctuations on Petrochemical Industry Return in Tehran Stock Exchange , “European Online Journal of Natural and Social Sciences”, Skripta s.r.o., Prague, Vol. 4, No. 1. Adler, M., Dumas, B. (1984), Exposure to currency risk: Definition and measurement, “Financial Management”, Wiley, Toronto, Vol. 13. Akay, G.H., Cifter, A. (2014), Exchange rate exposure at the firm and industry levels: Evidence from Turkey, “Economic Modelling

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The Impact of the Applied Exchange Rate Regimes on the Internal Balance of Transition Countries

References 1. Beker - Pucar, E. (2010). Upravljano fluktuiranje deviznog kursa u režimu inflacionog targetiranja u tranzicionim ekonomijama sa osvrtom na Srbiju. Neobjavljena doktorska disertacija. Subotica: Ekonomski fakultet. Univerzitet u Novom Sadu. 2. Bubula, A. and Otker-Robe, I. (2002). The Evolution of Exchange Rate Regimes Since 1990: Evidence from De facto Policies. International Monetary Fund, WP/02/155. 3. Ćirović, M. (2000). Devizni kursevi. Beograd: Bridge Company 4. De Vita, G. and

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The Impact Of Exchange Rate Pass-Through On Serbian Export Competitiveness

-167. Miljković, D. (2008) Međunarodne finansije , Beograd: Ekonomski fakultet. Narodna banka Srbije (2013) “Izveštaj o inflaciji – maj 2013”, Beograd: NBS. Nikolić, G. (2010) “Uticaj depresijacije deviznog kursa i berzanskih tendencija na konkurentnost”, Škola biznisa , 7 (1): 102-109. Tasić, N. (2008) „ Pass-through deviznog kursa na cene u Srbiji: 2001-2007”, NBS Radni papiri , No 10, Narodna banka Srbije, Beograd, februar. Todorović, M. & Veličković, M. (2010) “The impact of exchange rate depreciation on business conditions in Serbia”, Facta

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Econometric Analysis of Determinants of Real Effective Exchange Rate in Nigeria (1960-2015)

References Abdelbaky M. (2005). Exchange Rate Misalignment across De facto Exchange Rate Regimes. IMF Working Paper series , 124/05. Agu, C. (2002). Real exchange rate distortions and external balance position of Nigeria: Issues and policy options. Journal of African finance and economic development , Institute of African-American Affairs, New York University, New York. Aliyu, S.R. (2008). Real Exchange Rate Misalignment: An Application of Behavioural Equilibrium Exchange Rate (BEER) to Nigeria. Munich Personal REPEC Archive. Working Paper

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