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The Australian dollar (AUD, “Aussie”) is the 5th most traded currency in the world. The issuer is the Reserve Bank of Australia.
The Canadian dollar (CAD, “Loonie”) is the 7th most traded currency in the world. The issuer is the Bank of Canada.
The Swiss franc (CHF, “Swissie”) is the 6th most traded currency in the world. The issuer is the Swiss National Bank.
CNH is an offshore version of the Chinese Yuan which has been introduced by Hong Kong Monetary Authority and People’s Bank of China so as to allow investors to get an opportunity to raise capital in the Chinese currency beyond Continental China. CNH is often called offshore Yuan.
The Czech Koruna (CZK) – national currency of Czech Republic, also known as Czech Crown. Emitted by the Czech National Bank.
The Danish krone (DKK) – the national currency of Denmark, emitted by the National Bank of Denmark.
The euro (EUR, single currency) – the 2nd most traded world currency, emitted by the European Central Bank.
The British Pound (GBP, "Sterling", "Cable") is the 4th most traded currency in the world. The issuer is the Bank of England.
The Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) – currency of Hong Kong, which is issued in full autonomy under the supervision of a local regulator, Hong Kong Monetary Authority.
The Japanese yen (JPY) is the 3rd most traded currency in the world. The issuer is the Bank of Japan.
The Mexican Peso (MXN) – national currency of Mexico, the most traded in Latin America, issued by the Bank of Mexico.
The Norwegian Krone (NOK) is a popular currency in European trades. The issuer is the Bank of Norway.
The New Zealand dollar (NZD, “Kiwi”) is the 10th most traded currency in the world. The issuer is the Reserve Bank of New Zealand.
The Polish Zloty (PLN) – national currency of Poland, issued by the National Bank of Poland.
The Russian Ruble (RUB) – national currency of the Russian Federation, issued by the Bank of Russia.
The Swedish Krona (SEK) is a popular currency in European trades. The issuer is the Bank of Sweden.
The Singapore dollar (SGD) – the 12th most traded world currency, emitted by the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
Turkish Lira(TRY) – national currency of Turkey, issued by The Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey.
The US dollar (USD, “Greenback”) is the most widely traded currency in the world. The issuer is the Federal Reserve System(the Fed).
The South African Rand (ZAR) – national currency of South Africa, issued by the South African Reserve Bank.