DEFINITION
Fixed Exchange Rate System

"Fixed exchange rate system": A system in which the value of a country's currency is tied to a major currency, such as the US dollar, gold or Special Drawing Rights (SDR). The term usually allows for fluctuations within a range of 1 or 2 per cent on either side of the fixed rate.
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