Currency Rate Invertedby ForgeFlow https://github.com/OCA/currency , Odoo Community Association (OCA) https://github.com/OCA/currency
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Currency Rate Inverted
This module applies the inverse method in the conversion between two currencies.
The inverse method is a calculation method that uses the inverse (reciprocal) exchange rate for the multiplier and divisor when converting amounts from one currency to another.
The exchange rate of the multiplier and divisor are the reciprocal, or opposite, of each other.
The inverse method multiplies the foreign amount by the exchange rate to calculate the company currency (also called domestic) amount.
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To convert amounts from one currency to another using the inverse method, you have to go to Accounting / Configuration / Accounting / Currencies. Then select the foreign currency that you wish to maintain inversion for and set the flag Inverted exchange rate.
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This module is part of the OCA/currency project on GitHub.
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