# German Intervention: Bundesbank Purchases on the Dollar/D-Mark (Millions of DEM)

1995-12-29: 0 Millions of DEM (+ see more)
Daily, Seven Day, Not Seasonally Adjusted, DEINTDUSDDM, Updated: 2008-03-03 2:32 PM CST
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Source: European Central Bank (ECB).

(+) numbers mean purchases of USD, (-) numbers mean sales of USD. Unpublished data.

Source: Deutsche Bundesbank

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(a) German Intervention: Bundesbank Purchases on the Dollar/D-Mark (Millions of DEM), Millions of DEM, Not Seasonally Adjusted (DEINTDUSDDM)
Source: European Central Bank (ECB).

(+) numbers mean purchases of USD, (-) numbers mean sales of USD. Unpublished data.

German Intervention: Bundesbank Purchases on the Dollar/D-Mark (Millions of DEM)

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``` Deutsche Bundesbank, German Intervention: Bundesbank Purchases on the Dollar/D-Mark (Millions of DEM) [DEINTDUSDDM], retrieved from FRED, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis https://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/series/DEINTDUSDDM/, November 23, 2014. ```

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