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International bonds, currency differences, and effect of inflation on such bonds?

Country X's national government purchases country Y's government-issued bonds. Would the bonds be issued in country Y's currency? How does inflation (of either country's currency) factor into this, ...
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Canada's polymer $100 bank notes: When will other dollar amounts of “plastic money” be available?

In November 2011, the Bank of Canada released a new polymer (plastic) one-hundred dollar bank note, including transparent areas and metallic images. What other denominations of Canadian paper money ...
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TD Waterhouse and USD/CAD conversion in TFSA account, or US money market fund?

I spoke to TD Waterhouse about conversion rates from CAD to USD in my TFSA account. They suggested if I want to avoid going back and forth with currency conversion, that they can put it into a USD ...
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I've heard pennies are being phased out in Canada. Is this true?

If so, will it affect how retailers price items? Will they round up?
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When will Canada convert to the U.S. Dollar as an official currency?

(note I really don't want this to sound argumentative, I'm genuinely interested. The title is simply a follow up to this question and my answer. To the Canadian users of this site, would you agree ...
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It is legal for a retailer/store or other business to refuse $50 & $100 bills or other legal tender, e.g. pennies?

I'm trying to find out about businesses refusing $50 & $100 bills. Aren't they required by law to accept all legal tender? I had one person say it could be that it's not all legal (i.e. a ...