Taxas cambiais do mil-réis(1795-1913)
[Exchange rates of the mil-reis (1795-1913)]
AbstractThree nominal exchange rate series are presented, for the mil-reis and the dollar in relation to sterling, and for the mil-reis in relation to the dollar. For each of these, two series are constructed: current rates and long-term rates, representing the secular tendency of these exchange rates. The main out-of-trend fluctuations of the mil-reis and the dollar are discussed, as well as the advantage of analyzing fluctuations and trend together. The text includes tables showing rates for all 6 series.
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Brazil; exchange rates; mil-reis; dollar; sterling;
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- André Villela, 1999. "Tempos difíceis: reações às crises de 1857 e 1864 no Brasil," Anais do III Congresso Brasileiro de HistÃ³ria EconÃ´mica e 4Âª ConferÃªncia Internacional de HistÃ³ria de Empresas [Proceedings of the 3rd Brazilian Congress of Economic History and the 4th Internati 013, ABPHE - Associação Brasileira de Pesquisadores em História Econômica (Brazilian Economic History Society).
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