Top 10 most Strongest Currencies in the World

NZD (New Zealand Dollar) makes its rightful place on the list of strongest currency at number 16. The strength of this currency is increasing, most likely due to the political stability of the country.

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The Australian Dollar (AUD) is the national currency of Australia; It is also used by its outlying territories and some Pacific island states.

Australian dollar

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The Singapore Dollar (SGD) is the official currency of Singapore. It is used in both Singapore and Brunei. 1 US Dollar will buy you around 1.36 Singapore Dollars.

Singapore dollar

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The Brunei Dollar or BND has been the currency of the Sultanate of Brunei since 1967. The Brunei dollar is interchangeable with the Singapore dollar at face value and both currencies are legal tender in each country.

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The national currency of Libya is known as the Libyan Dinar or LYD for its abbreviation. Interestingly, a dinar is subdivided into 1000 dirhams, in contrast to the sub-measure of 100, which follows many other currencies.

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The Canadian dollar or CAD is the currency of Canada and one of the most popular currencies for central banks to hold as foreign exchange reserves due to Canada's legal and political stability.

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The US dollar is the currency of the United States of America and many other countries.

United States dollar

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The Swiss Franc or CHF is the national currency of both Switzerland and Liechtenstein. 1 US Dollar will buy you approximately 0.98 Swiss Francs, so the Swiss Franc comes in as the first currency to be worth more than the US Dollar.

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One of the newest currencies, the Euro or Euro is the official currency of 19 countries, making it the most widely used 'official currency' in the world.

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