As of 9:50 am AST 23 November 2020, Foreign exchange rates between U.S., select countries in East Africa, West Africa, the Caribbean, and Asia, and BitCoin

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As of 9:50 am AST, 23 November 2020:

How to read the chart:

CAD/USD: If you come to the United States with one Canadian dollar (CAD)and wish to sell it for a US dollar (USD), the market price is .76362 USD.

USD/CAD: If you take a US dollar (USD) to Canada and wish to sell it for a Canadian dollar (CAD), the market price is 1.30914 CAD

CAD/USD=0.76362   USD/CAD=1.30914

CNH/USD= 0.15258   USD/CNH=6.55057

EUR/USD= 1.18551   USD/EUR=0.84331

DKK/USD =0.15913   USD/DKK=6.27877

NGN/USD= 0.00260    USD/NGN=378.095

JPY/USD=0.00962     USD/JPY=103.81

INR/USD=0.01348       USD/INR=73.9600

JMD/USD=0.00673     USD/JMD=145.650

GYD/USD=0.00469       USD/GYD= 204.889

GHS/USD=0.17074     USD/GHS= 5.80300

XCD/USD=0.37037        USD/XCD= 2.70

KES/USD = 0.00905       USD/KES= 108.539

BTC/USD= 18,581.00     USD/BTC= 0.00005

Source: OANDA

Major political/legal event in the United States

On 22 November, the press secretary for the President of the United States issued the following statement at the G20 Leaders Summit:

“President Donald J. Trump participated in the second day of the virtual G20 Leaders Summit on November 22, 2020.  President Trump discussed the economic model he has enacted through cutting taxes and regulations, promoting abundant and affordable energy, and negotiating trade agreements grounded in the principles of fairness and reciprocity.  President Trump expressed the importance of policies that promote workers and families.  He also discussed the historic achievements made in the United States and around the world in empowering and investing in women, and called on all countries to do more.  President Trump thanked Saudi Arabia for its leadership during its G20 presidency and looked forward to working with Italy as incoming G20 president.  He also encouraged the G20 to continue to work together to achieve security, prosperity, and peace for all nations.”

Source: Executive Office of the President of the United States

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