Top 10 Most Expensive Currencies in the World
Which are the top 10 most expensive currencies in the world?
What else? What makes the Earth move? Money or currencies, of course. And people who have them.
Each country has their own currency, their own value. There are also some standard currencies such as USD (United State Dollar), GBP (Pound Sterling) and EUR (Euro) which are frequently and commonly used in foreign exchange markets.
But there are many other currencies, even more valuable than the dollar, pound or euro.
This list is ranked against the US dollar and it’s the most updated list you can get from the internet right now.
Shall we get started with the most expensive currencies in the world? We dare you do stay until the end and see which one is the most expensive currency in the world!
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10. Switzerland franc (1 Franc = 1.16 USD)
Switzerland is one of the richest countries in the world, and in 2004 it had the world’s largest economy by nominal GDP, placing itself on the 19th position.
Of course it has to be in our top, not only because it’s one of the wealthiest countries but also the 36th largest one by purchasing power parity.
It’s also the 20th largest exporter despite its size, it’s the best example that size doesn’t matter when it comes to richness.
With the capital at Berne and the official currency known as Franc, as a country, Switzerland is one of the most powerful in Europe.
It has the highest European rating in the Index of Economic Freedom in 2010 and it is also the one providing large coverage through public services.