A new class of foreign exchange bags will go up to $1,000 on November 17th, a change that has caused a backlash among some foreign exchange professionals.
This year’s class of bags will be priced at $100 and $150, respectively, with a minimum of $200 and $250.
“It is a big deal to us, but at the same time it’s going to be a little bit more expensive than we were expecting,” said Jason Gershon, vice president for global exchange at New York-based investment firm Fidelity Investments.
Gershon and others in the financial services industry have been advocating for the change for a long time.
The bags will become a little less valuable once the $200 minimum is reached.
New foreign exchange classes are often used to gauge the value of a foreign currency in a country.
They can include the value added to the country’s economy, as well as a discount on the value or inflation.
It’s not just the foreign exchange that will change, Gerson said.
In addition to the new class, the price of a bag will go from $50 to $100, which is about $5 to $10 higher than the current price.
For many years, a bag had to be traded at a fixed price, Geshon said.
Now, you can go ahead and get a bag that costs $100 at a time, and then you can get a new one for $50 at a higher price.
The move comes as the market for foreign exchange is booming and there is a need for a new set of foreign currency bags.
To make the move, the U.S. Federal Reserve will also hike interest rates to 1 percent starting on Tuesday.
The bank will also be increasing the value-added tax from 5.25 percent to 5.75 percent on November 15th.
On Tuesday, the Fed will also begin raising the maximum amount of cash it will accept for U.N. payments.
It will allow banks to accept up to a $1.2 trillion in cash for its U.n. payments, which it has held at the $10 trillion level since 2010.
The move comes just days after the Federal Reserve said it was raising interest rates and expanding its cash holdings to $4 trillion, or the equivalent of $3.6 trillion at the time.