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Forbes  Dec 5  Comment 
My family's annual international trip over Thanksgiving was particularly inexpensive this year thanks to a relatively weak Chilean Peso. Bolstered by a recovering US economy and central bank monetary policy easing, the dollar has gained...




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The Chilean Peso is the currency of Chile. The previous Peso was replaced in 1960 due to excess inflation, but was returned to the standard currency after the intermediary currency, the excudo, also experienced excess inflation.

The chart at left shows the USD/CLP currency pair; the number of Chilean Peso equivalent to 1 U.S. Dollar (USD).

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