NZD USD

NZD/USD – Live and Historical Rates The NZD/USD pair is comprised of a major currency (the US dollar) and a non-major one, the New Zealand Dollar (Kiwi). While the two currencies are indeed correlated (at one point the NZD was pegged to the USD), the pair entails relatively low trading volumes. Thus the pair is … Continued

NZD JPY

NZD/JPY – Live and Historical Rates The NZD is not a major currency, while the JPY is one. The pair that these two – economically well-linked – currencies make, is not a major though, nor is it a commodity pair. The chart above illustrates the amount of JPY one will have to spend to purchase … Continued

NZD CHF

NZD/CHF – Live and Historical Rates This pair features a major currency (the Swiss Franc) coupled up with a non-major, the New Zealand Dollar. The pair itself is neither a major, nor a commodity one. The chart featured above shows the amount of CHF needed to purchase a NZD. The NZD Not being a major … Continued

NZD CAD

NZD/CAD – Live and Historical Rates Neither the New Zealand Dollar (Kiwi) nor the Canadian Dollar are major currencies. Thus, the pair they form together is not a major, or a commodity pair. The above chart shows the amount of CAD one needs to purchase a NZD. The NZD The NZD was introduced in 1967, … Continued

GBP USD

GBP/USD – Live and Historical Rates Known as the “Cable”, the GBPUSD pair is one of the major global currency pairs, with both the US and UK economies in the top five largest globally. The chart above illustrates the amount of US Dollars it takes to purchase a GB Pound. The Pound The British Pound … Continued

GBP SGD

GBP/SGD – Live and Historical Rates The GBP/SGD is another pairing of a major currency with a non-major one. The resulting pair isn’t a major, nor is it a commodity pair. The chart above shows the amount of SGD it takes to purchase a GBP. The GBP The British pound had been locked in a … Continued

GBP NZD

GBP/NZD – Live and Historical Rates The GBP/NZD pair is not a major or a commodity pair. The GBP – the 4th most traded currency in the world – is indeed a major, while the NZD is not. The chart above is an illustration of how many New Zealand dollars (Kiwis) one will have to … Continued

GBP JPY

GBP/JPY – Live and Historical Rates Nicknamed the “Geppie”, the GBP/JPY pair is not a major pair or a commodity one, despite the fact that the currencies that make it up are both majors. The chart above is an illustration of the amount of Japanese Yen required to purchase a British Pound.   The GBP … Continued

GBP CHF

GBP/CHF – Live and Historical Rates The GBP/CHF pair is one in which both currencies are majors. The pair itself is not a major though and it quite obviously is not a commodity pair either. The chart above depicts the amount of Swiss Francs one will need to purchase a British Pound. The GBP The … Continued

GBP CAD

GBP/CAD – Live and Historical Rates The GBP/CAD is another pairing of a major currency with one that’s not a major. The GBP is obviously the major here. The resulting pair is not a major, nor is it a commodity pair. The above chart illustrates the number of CAD it takes to purchase a GBP. … Continued

EUR SEK

EUR/SEK – Live and Historical Rates The EUR/SEK pair is neither a major, nor a commodity currency pair. The Euro is obviously a major currency, while the SEK is not. The chart above illustrates the number of SEK one has to pay to buy a EUR. The EUR Introduced in 1999, the Euro is currently … Continued

GBP AUD

GBP/AUD – Live and Historical Rates Both the British Pound and the Australian Dollar are major currencies. They are indeed among the most traded currencies in the world, though the pair that they make according to the above format, is not a major. The chart above shows the amount of AUD needed to purchase a … Continued

EUR TRY

EUR/TRY – Live and Historical Rates The EUR is a major currency, while the Turkish Lira (TRY) isn’t considered one. The overall small influence of the latter on the global economy means that the pair isn’t a major currency pair either. The above chart illustrates the amount of TRY one will need to purchase a … Continued

EUR PLN

EUR/PLN – Live and Historical Rates The Euro/Polish Zloty pair isn’t considered a major or a commodity pair. While the EUR is indeed a major currency, the PLN is not. The EUR is in fact expected to replace the Zloty at one point. The above chart illustrates how many PLN one needs to purchase a … Continued

EUR NZD

EUR/NZD – Live and Historical Rates In this pair, the EUR is a major currency. The NZD, also known as the “kiwi dollar” or as the “kiwi”, is not. The pair itself isn’t a major, nor is it a commodity pair. The forex chart above shows how many NZD one needs to buy one Euro. … Continued

EUR NOK

EUR/NOK – Live and Historical Rates The Euro – used by the 21 countries of the Eurozone – is a major currency. The Norwegian krone on the other hand is not. The pair that these two currencies form is not a major, nor is it a commodity currency, despite the fact that the Norwegian economy … Continued

EUR HUF

EUR/HUF – Live and Historical Rates In this currency pair, the EUR is a major, while the HUF is not. The pair itself isn’t considered to be a major, nor is it a commodity pair. The above chart illustrates the amount of HUF one needs to purchase a EUR.   The EUR Officially used by … Continued

EUR JPY

EUR/JPY – Live and Historical Rates The EUR/JPY is a pair made up of two major currencies. Interestingly, when paired up like this, they don’t make a major or a commodity pair. The chart above depicts the amount of Japanese Yen needed to purchase a Euro. The EUR The EUR is the common currency of … Continued

EUR GBP

EUR/GBP Live and Historical Rates The EUR/GBP pair – also known as the Chunnel – is yet another pair made up of two major currencies, which does not itself qualify as a major. The Chunnel is obviously massively influenced by the close correlation of the EU and British economies, and that will likely remain the … Continued

EUR CHF

EUR/CHF – Live and Historical Rates The Swiss Franc and the Euro are both among the most traded currencies, yet the pair that they make (EUR/CHF) isn’t considered a major one. The chart above illustrates the amount of CHF one will need to purchase one EUR. Given the proximity and close economic ties between the … Continued

EUR CAD

EUR/CAD Live and Historical Rates The two currencies making up this pair are both major currencies, though the EUR/CAD pair itself is not considered a major, because of low trading volumes. The forex chart above illustrates the EUR/CAD rate, meaning the amount of Canadian Dollars required to purchase a Euro.   The EUR The EUR … Continued

EUR AUD

EUR/AUD – Live and Historical Rates Not considered a major pair, the EUR/AUD is the pairing of geographically very disparate currencies. Unlike the EUR, the AUD is generally considered a commodity currency which has followed the ups and downs of the US dollar more than the Euro. The above chart illustrates the amount of AUD … Continued

CAD JPY

CAD/JPY – Live and Historical Rates The Canadian Dollar and the Japanese Yen are two geographically very distinct currencies, that do not form a major Fx pair, despite the fact that the Yen is a major currency indeed. The CAD on the other hand isn’t. The currency chart above illustrates how many JPY one needs … Continued

CAD CHF

CAD/CHF – Live and Historical Rates Of these two currencies, the CHF is a major, while the CAD is not. Despite that, the Canadian dollar is still the 7th most traded currency in the world. The above chart shows how many Swiss Francs one needs to buy a Canadian Dollar. The CAD Backed by the … Continued

AUD USD

AUD/USD – Live and Historical Rates Both currencies involved in this pair are majors and the AUD/USD is considered a commodity pair. The chart above illustrates the number of US Dollars it takes to purchase one Australian Dollar. The AUD Serving as the floating currency of the Australian Commonwealth – which, besides Australia itself, includes … Continued

AUD NZD

AUD/NZD – Live and Historical Rates While the Australian Dollar is one of the major currencies, the New Zealand Dollar (also known as Kiwi Dollar) is not. The pair reflects the close economic ties between the two countries. The above chart illustrates how many NZD it takes to purchase one AUD. The AUD The Australian … Continued

AUD JPY

AUD/JPY – Live and Historical Rates The Australian Dollar and the Japanese Yen are two major currencies which do not actually form a major pair, or a commodity pair for that matter, despite the fact that the AUD is indeed a commodity currency. The chart above shows the AUD/JPY rate, which refers to the number … Continued

AUD CHF

AUD/CHF – Live and Historical Rates The AUD/CHF pair isn’t considered a major forex pair, though both currencies involved in it are majors. There’s little direct trading between the two countries whose national currencies these are, hence the non-major designation for the pair. Illustrated in the chart above, the AUD/CHF rate describes how many Swiss … Continued

AUD CAD

AUD/CAD – Live and Historical Rates Featured in the chart above, the AUD/CAD pair isn’t one of the major forex currency pairs. It could be considered a commodity pair given how the countries whose national currencies make it up are heavily dependent on exports of commodities, but due to the relatively low volumes involved, that … Continued