As of 12:53 pm AST 25 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  12:53 pm AST, 25 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 .76700 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 1.30361 CAD

CAD/USD=0.76700   USD/CAD=1.30361

CNH/USD= 0.15198   USD/CNH=6.57876

EUR/USD= 1.18665   USD/EUR=0.84261

DKK/USD =0.15941   USD/DKK=6.27148

NGN/USD= 0.00261    USD/NGN=379.186

JPY/USD=0.00957    USD/JPY=104.49

INR/USD=0.01350       USD/INR=73.9408

JMD/USD=0.00671     USD/JMD=145.984

GYD/USD=0.00468       USD/GYD= 205.237

GHS/USD=0.17068     USD/GHS= 5.82307

XCD/USD=0.37037        USD/XCD= 2.70

KES/USD = 0.00903       USD/KES= 108.669

BTC/USD= 18,846.90     USD/BTC= 0.00005

Source: OANDA

Major legal/political event:

First-time unemployment claims increase

The number of first time unemployment claimants is still high. This morning the U.S. Department of Labor reported that 778,000 Americans filed for unemployment insurance for the first time during the week of November 21st, an increase of some 30,000 claimants from last week. Since the peak of 5,790,250 in April 2020, the moving average of total insured claimants has been trending toward the moving average level pre-Covid-19 but is still more than three times its March 14, 2020 pre-Covid-19 moving average level of approximately 232,500. The labor market still has a way to go before getting back to that point.

Source: U.S. Department of Labor

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