Dirty float

Dirty float or managed float is a procedure where a local government intervenes with the normal market behavior of its currency. Governments intervene when they think the current direction of their currecy will impose problems with the local economy. In Forex, a dirty float is usually closely monitored by traders as this will ultimately give a clear direction for a particular currency.

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