from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • transitive v. To revise the value of (a nation's currency).
  • transitive v. To evaluate anew; reappraise.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • v. to value again, give a new value to

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To value again.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. value anew
  • v. gain in value


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  • China re-fixed the peg amid the financial panic of 2008, and now the American "revalue" clamor is rising again.

    The Yuan Scapegoat

  • For years, the U.S. establishment has nonetheless been pressing China to "revalue" the yuan in the name of reducing the U.S. trade deficit.

    The Yuan Scapegoat

  • We look specifically at our watch-list and our non-performing assets in the home equity area, beyond just doing the revalue which is sort of an automated revaluation. Home Page

  • "Forcing China to revalue its currency is not just important for this recovery," said Ross Eisenbrey, vice president of the Economic Policy Institute, "I think it's really critical for the future of the economy."

    Job-Creation Idea No. 7: Drawing A Line With China

  • He described forcing China to revalue its currency as "one of the most cost-effective stimulus measures now available to the US Government."

    Job-Creation Idea No. 7: Drawing A Line With China

  • C. Fred Bergsten, director of the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington, told a congressional hearing last month that getting China to revalue its currency would generate 300,000 to 700,000 new jobs, most of them paying well over the national average.

    Job-Creation Idea No. 7: Drawing A Line With China

  • In coming days, South Korea will encourage the U.S. and European nations to ease their pressure on China to revalue its currency, people familiar with the effort said, and look for other ways to change the sizable trade surpluses China has generated, which are blamed for a broader imbalance in the global economy.

    South Korea Pushes for Global Currency Solutions

  • "I say to Europe's leaders: Don't join the chorus pressing to revalue the yuan."

    Yuan Hits High After Holiday

  • Mr. Wen also made no reference Fr iday to Western pressure to revalue the yuan.

    Turkey, China Shun the Dollar in Conducting Trade

  • One question is how any calls for China to revalue the yen could feed through the Japanese stock market to bond prices.

    Japanese Bond Yields Rise


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