Currency prices change in the international currency market

Currency prices continue to change over the course of the second !!
The change is either up or down.
If the price of the euro against the dollar EUR / USD = .98
Then it became EUR / USD = 1
What does that mean?
We were at the first price asking for $ .98 for one euro.
Then, at the second rate, we were asked to pay $ 1 for a single euro.
This means that we are being asked to pay a larger dollar to get euros, meaning that the euro has become more expensive and more expensive.
This means that the euro has risen and the dollar has fallen, the currency height is necessarily lower for the corresponding currency.
If the price of the pound against the dollar GBP / USD = 1.3
Then it became GBP / USD = 1.5
What does that mean?
This meant that the Fairy rose and the Dollar fell.
Because at the first price we were required to pay $ 1.3 to get one pound and the second price, we became required to pay $ 1.5 to get one pound
That is, we are now required to pay more than the dollar for a dollar, that is, the Fairy has become more expensive and more precious.
Which means that it has risen and that the dollar price has fallen.
And always remember: that the price is the amount required payment of the second currency to get one unit of the base currency.
Let us take more examples:
Example 1
EUR / USD was: EUR / USD = 1
Became: EUR / USD = 1.01
Did the euro rise or fall?
Answer: The euro rose and the dollar fell because we were required to pay more than the dollar for one euro.
Example 2
EUR / USD was: EUR / USD = .95
Became: EUR / USD = .90
Did the euro rise or fall?
Answer: The euro dropped and the dollar rose because we are required to pay less than the dollar to get one euro.
Example 3
The pound against the dollar was GBP / USD = 1.6
Became: GBP / USD = 1.2
Did the fairy rise or fall?
Answer: The pound has fallen and the dollar has risen because we are required to pay less than the dollar to get one pound.
Example 4
The pound against the dollar was GBP / USD = 1.6
Became: GBP / USD = 1.69
Did the Fairy rise or fall?
Answer: The pound has gone up and the dollar has fallen because we are being asked to pay more than the dollar for one pound.
Thus, it became known whether the price of the direct currency had risen or fallen.
And now ..
To our assumption that the price of the dollar against the yen was USD / JPY = 125
Then it became: USD / JPY = 120
Has the yen soared or fallen?
We were required to pay 125 yen for one dollar.
We are required to pay 120 yen for one dollar.
That is, we are required to pay less than the yen to get one dollar, which means that the yen has become more precious and more expensive, a lower amount than it gets for dollars, which means that the yen has risen and the dollar has fallen.
Remember that the price is the amount to be paid from the second currency to get one unit of the base currency.
The base currency is the dollar against the yen and the franc.
If we assume that the price of the dollar against the yen was USD / JPY = 125
Then it became: USD / JPY = 130
Has the yen soared or fallen?
Answer: The Yen has fallen because we have been forced to pay a larger amount to get one dollar, which means that the dollar has become more precious and expensive and as long as the dollar has become the most valuable, it has risen.
As you see that against the yen and the franc the high figure means the decline because the figure refers to the dollar, which is the base currency if the dollar rose the yen or the franc.
Let’s take examples:
Example 1
The price of the dollar against the yen was: USD / JPY = 126
Then it became: USD / JPY = 128
Has the yen soared or fallen?
Answer: The Yen has fallen because we have been asked to pay more for a dollar, so the Yen has fallen and the Dollar has risen.
Example 2
The dollar against the yen was USD / JPY = 127.8
Then it became: USD / JPY = 127
Has the yen soared or fallen?
Answer: The Yen has risen because we are in the last price demanding to pay less than the Yen to get a dollar so the Yen has risen and has become more valuable and the Dollar has fallen.
Example 3
The price of the dollar against the franc was: USD / CHF = 1.42
Then it became: USD / CHF = 1.40
Has the franc soared or fallen?
Answer: The franc rose because we were required to pay 1.42 francs for a dollar, but now we are required to pay less 1.4 francs to get a dollar. This means that the franc has become more valuable and the dollar has fallen.
Example 4
The USD / CHF rate was USD / CHF = 1.62
Then it became: USD / CHF = 1.78
Has the franc soared or fallen?
Answer: The franc has fallen and the dollar has risen because we are required to pay more than the franc for a dollar.
Thus, it became known whether the price had risen or fallen in indirect currencies.
It is very important to know the difference between the price in direct currencies and the price in indirect currencies.