The word dollar is a noun. Dollar means (1) a symbol of commercialism or greed, (2) a United States coin worth one dollar, (3) a piece of paper money worth one dollar, (4) the basic monetary unit in many countries; equal to 100 cents.
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This website gives a brief detail about world currencies and exchange rates. Information about the European Central Bank and other related topics is included.
Check out this reverse mortgage provider directory for information about reverse mortgage service providers in the United States of America. The illustration on this page depicts a dollar sign and a mirror image of the phrase REVERSE MORTGAGE.
The toy business of today is responsible for the manufacturing and advertising of products which both entertain and inspire children of all ages. Learn more about the multi-billion dollar toy industry.
Shares of Dollar Tree (DLTR) soared nearly 7% Tuesday on the back of a report that said activist billionaire investor Carl Icahn is amassing a significant stake in the discount retail firm. ...
Benjamin Rains. Zacks. Tuesday, 16 Oct 2018 22:24:00 GMT.
The decision by Canada to become the first major economy to fully legalize marijuana this month has created a new, multibillion dollar industry.
Ian Austen. New York Times. Tuesday, 16 Oct 2018 20:36:48 GMT.
Drivers in remote and regional areas of Australia are paying up to $2 a litre for fuel as the drop in the Aussie dollar and oil price increase pushes prices to record levels.
Emily Jane Smith and Molly Hunt. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Wednesday, 17 Oct 2018 07:27:27 +1100.
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