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Xenocurrency

What is 'Xenocurrency'

A currency that trades in markets outside of its domestic borders. The term "xenocurrency" is derived from the prefix "xeno," which literally means foreign or strange.

Explaining 'Xenocurrency'

An example of a xenocurrency would be the euro traded in the United States, or the Japanese yen traded in Europe. The term "xenocurrency" is seldom used in markets, perhaps because of the somewhat negative connotation of the word "xeno." Xenophobia, for example, means an irrational fear or hatred of foreigners. "Foreign currency," therefore, is the preferred term when referring to a non-domestic currency.


Further Reading


The fourfold relation between the essence of money, inflation, bubbles and debt—A theoretical macrofounded analysis
onlinelibrary.wiley.com [PDF]
… Having spent almost three decades as an economist at the Fed- eral Reserve Board, I feel particularly familiar with this … Tax reduc- tion was the central tenet of supply-side economics … Economic dissatisfaction in France led to a move to the left rather than to the right as in the …

Electronic finance and monetary policyElectronic finance and monetary policy
papers.ssrn.com [PDF]
… Having spent almost three decades as an economist at the Fed- eral Reserve Board, I feel particularly familiar with this … Tax reduc- tion was the central tenet of supply-side economics … Economic dissatisfaction in France led to a move to the left rather than to the right as in the …

Full Dollarization: A last resort solution to financial instability in emerging countries?Full Dollarization: A last resort solution to financial instability in emerging countries?
link.springer.com [PDF]
… Having spent almost three decades as an economist at the Fed- eral Reserve Board, I feel particularly familiar with this … Tax reduc- tion was the central tenet of supply-side economics … Economic dissatisfaction in France led to a move to the left rather than to the right as in the …

The debt crisis and the crisis of global regulationThe debt crisis and the crisis of global regulation
www.sciencedirect.com [PDF]
… Having spent almost three decades as an economist at the Fed- eral Reserve Board, I feel particularly familiar with this … Tax reduc- tion was the central tenet of supply-side economics … Economic dissatisfaction in France led to a move to the left rather than to the right as in the …

THE GROWLERY: Ending the Debt-Money SystemTHE GROWLERY: Ending the Debt-Money System
www.tandfonline.com [PDF]
… Having spent almost three decades as an economist at the Fed- eral Reserve Board, I feel particularly familiar with this … Tax reduc- tion was the central tenet of supply-side economics … Economic dissatisfaction in France led to a move to the left rather than to the right as in the …

Changing targets and strategies for the European financial integrationChanging targets and strategies for the European financial integration
annalidibotanica.uniroma1.it [PDF]
… Having spent almost three decades as an economist at the Fed- eral Reserve Board, I feel particularly familiar with this … Tax reduc- tion was the central tenet of supply-side economics … Economic dissatisfaction in France led to a move to the left rather than to the right as in the …

Fictions of State: Culture and Credit in Britain, 1694-1994Fictions of State: Culture and Credit in Britain, 1694-1994
search.proquest.com [PDF]
… Having spent almost three decades as an economist at the Fed- eral Reserve Board, I feel particularly familiar with this … Tax reduc- tion was the central tenet of supply-side economics … Economic dissatisfaction in France led to a move to the left rather than to the right as in the …


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