Big Mac Index

Big Mac Index Big Mac Index is a measure of exchange rates (actually purchasing power parity) between two currencies. It was defined by Economist's editor Pam Woodall to measure whether a currency is under- or overvalued. She used a Big Mac because the burger is produced in about 120 countries.

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