Devaluation and depreciation of domestic currency

Distinguish among devaluation and depreciation of domestic currency




Whenever Government or authorities decrease the price of domestic currency in terms of all foreign currencies is termed as devaluation.

The fall/down in market price of domestic currency (that is, due to demand supply in the market) in terms of a foreign currency is termed as depreciation.

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