A Decade of Currency Rates and Inflation

January 27th, 2012
in econ_news

by UFX Markets

Econintersect:  We have an informative infographic that explains some of the basics penny-jarSMALLabout the CPI (Consumer Price Index) that is the standard measure of inflation used to make a number of inflation adjustments in the economy.  This is one basic measurement in the determination of the currency exchange rate for the U.S. dollar.  However, the standard may far different from what any individual experiences.  And that is one bottom line message from the following infographic.

Disclosure: This article (infographic) is sponsored by UFX Markets as a public service. UFX Markets provides trading services in the EU and other parts of the world and is compliant with major religious and cultural standards. At the present time UFX Markets does not provide services to citizens of the United States.

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