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GSU USD EUR GBP
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  • EUR Eurozone
  • USD United States
  • GBP United Kingdom
  • CHF Switzerland
  • CAD Canada
  • AUD Australia
  • ZAR South Africa
  • ARS Argentina
  • AMD Armenia
  • AZN Azerbaijan
  • BRL Brazil
  • BYN Belarus
  • CNH People's Republic of China
  • CZK Czech Republic
  • DKK Denmark
  • EGP Egypt
  • HKD Hong Kong
  • HUF Hungary
  • IDR Indonesia
  • ILS Israel
  • IRR Iran
  • INR India
  • JPY Japan
  • LKR Sri Lanka
  • KRW South Korea
  • KGS Kyrgyzstan
  • KZT Kazakhstan
  • MXN Mexico
  • MYR Malaysia
  • NOK Norway
  • NZD New Zealand
  • NPR Nepal
  • PKR Pakistan
  • PLN Poland
  • RON Romania
  • RUB Russia
  • SEK Sweden
  • SGD Singapore
  • THB Thailand
  • TJS Tajikistan
  • TRY Turkey
  • UAH Ukraine
  • UZS Uzbekistan

National Optimal


The optimal exchange rate is the one that minimizes the risk of the nation’s total payments.

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As countries tend to trade most with those in their immediate neighborhood, those trading partners will be different for each, e.g. the United Kingdom’s main trade partners are different from Bangladesh’s.

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XXG

These exchange rates are denoted by a ‘G’ after the two-letter standard ISO 3166 country code, so for example the national weighted equilibrium exchange rate for Denmark is denoted by DKG, and for Bangladesh by BDG.

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The national weighted equilibrium exchange rate system enables the setting and real-time operation of market-based exchange rates for any given country. This system optimizes exchange rate stability for that nation's total payments, as measured by variance, through the mechanism of proportionally weighting volumes relative to the values of currencies of those trading partners relevant to the country.

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