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4. The use of technology such as telephones and computers means that money exchanges and other financial transactions can be
a. based on the U.S. dollar all over the world.
b. converted to prices in any currency.
c. made instantaneously.
d.sensitive to variations in any currency.

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    d sensitive to variations in any currency

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