Price of the Eastern Caribbean Dollar …

How to read the chart:

XCD/USD: If you come to the United States with one Eastern Caribbean Dollar (XCD)and wish to sell it for a US dollar (USD), the market price is 0.37037 USD.

USD/XCD: If you take a US dollar (USD) to a participating Eastern Caribbean nation and wish to sell it for a Eastern Caribbean Dollar (XCD), the market price is 2.70 XCD.

As of 6:40 am AST this is the price of the Eastern Caribbean Dollar in various currencies:

XCD/USD=0.37037 USD/XCD=2.70

XCD/GBP=0.27581 GBP/XCD=3.62517

XCD/EUR=0.30526 EUR/XCD=3.27557

XCD/PLN=1.36501 PLN/XCD=0.73179

XCD/TRY=2.89327 TRY/XCD=0.34509

XCD/JPY=38.57 JPY/XCD=0.02592

XCD/XAF=200.284 XAF/XCD= 0.00499

XCD/TTD=2.46504 TTD/XCD=0.39101

XCD/BBD=0.74074 BBD/XCD=1.35000

XCD/JOD=0.26259 JOD/XCD=3.80818

XCD/CHN=2.42224 CHN/XCD=0.41276

Source: OANDA

Political/Legal Events impacting Eastern Caribbean Dollar:

U.S. awaits release of unemployment report

The U.S. Department of Labor is scheduled to release today its jobs situation report which will provide the U.S. and economies trading with the U.S. with insights into the American economy and its ability to consume exports.

Source: U.S. Department of Labor

As of 9:36 am AST 3 December 2020, Foreign exchange rates between U.S., select countries in East Africa, West Africa, the Caribbean, and Asia, and BitCoin; Federal Reserve sees increased bank delinquencies in 2021 …

As of 9:36 am AST, 3 December 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 .77302 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 1.29344 CAD

CAD/USD=0.77302   USD/CAD=1.29344

CNH/USD= 0.15265   USD/CNH=6.54972

EUR/USD= 1.20787   USD/EUR=0.82781

DKK/USD =0.16225   USD/DKK=6.16157

NGN/USD= 0.00262   USD/NGN=377.841

JPY/USD=0.00957   USD/JPY=104.50

INR/USD=0.01357      USD/INR=73.5849

JMD/USD=0.00678    USD/JMD=144.553

GYD/USD=0.00469       USD/GYD= 204.916

GHS/USD=0.17049     USD/GHS= 5.82649

XCD/USD=0.37037        USD/XCD= 2.70

KES/USD = 0.00897      USD/KES= 109.505

BBD/USD = 0.50000     USD/BBD = 2.0000

TTD/USD = .14488         USD/TTD= 6.65179

BTC/USD= 17444.40     USD/BTC= 0.00006

Source: OANDA

Major political/legal event impacting foreign exchange

Federal Reserve releases its Beige Book finding moderate, modest US expansion

Yesterday, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System released its final Beige Book for 2020.  The Federal Reserve determined that US economic expansion is either moderate or modest at best.  A number of districts, including the Philadelphia district, have observed a slow down in growth with a spike in COVID-19 cases since early November.  Banks expect the number of borrower delinquencies to increase in 2021.  

Source: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

As of 12:04 pm AST 27 November 2020, Foreign exchange rates between U.S., select countries in East Africa, West Africa, the Caribbean, and Asia, and BitCoin

As of 12:04 pm AST, 27 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 .76870 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 1.30069 CAD

CAD/USD=0.76870   USD/CAD=1.30069

CNH/USD= 0.15229   USD/CNH=6.56495

EUR/USD= 1.19144   USD/EUR=0.83922

DKK/USD =0.16007   USD/DKK=6.24556

NGN/USD= 0.00261    USD/NGN=378.872

JPY/USD=0.00959    USD/JPY=104.28

INR/USD=0.01355       USD/INR=73.7012

JMD/USD=0.00673    USD/JMD=145.545

GYD/USD=0.00469       USD/GYD= 204.941

GHS/USD=0.17070     USD/GHS= 5.83161

XCD/USD=0.37037        USD/XCD= 2.70

KES/USD = 0.00901       USD/KES= 108.870

BTC/USD= 17368.40     USD/BTC= 0.00006

Source: OANDA

Major political/legal event impacting foreign exchange

Basel Committee amends capital requirements for non-performing loan securitisations

The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision yesterday published the technical amendment Capital treatment of securitisations of non-performing loans. The rule, which the Committee started developing before the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, closes a gap in the Basel framework by setting out prudent and risk sensitive capital requirements for non-performing loan securitisations.

The Committee consulted publicly on the technical amendment in June 2020. In contrast to the consultative proposal, the final rule permits banks to apply the external ratings-based approach to non-performing loans securitisation exposures, without the 100% risk weight floor. In addition, the final rule include discounts on tranche sales in the definition of discount incurred by the originating bank that factors in the capital requirements.

Committee jurisdictions agreed to implement the technical amendment by no later than January 2023. The Committee would like to thank all those who contributed time and effort to express their views during the consultation process.

Source: Bank of International Settlements