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Major Currency

One of the most commonly traded currencies in the world. Exchange rates are often quoted against one or more major currencies. These currencies are the U.S. dollar, the British pound, the Japanese yen, the Swiss franc and the euro.
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dollar hit a more than eight-month high against major currencies.
9 by the end of this week's trading, as it also retreated compared to major currencies.
Reuters reported that the American currency lost value to three-week lows against a basket of major currencies early on Thursday.
he dollar tumbled against other major currencies Friday following a weaker than expected US jobs report for August.
The past month has been quite a bumpy ride for Sterling, as it has risen and fallen against most major currencies on the back of conflicting economic data, both at home and abroad.
Summary: The dollar strengthened against other major currencies Tuesday, boosted by a batch of positive US economic data.
Summary: New York: The US dollar took a hit against most major currencies Friday after .
The Nikkei stock index hit a 23-month high Friday morning as the yen continued to tumble against other major currencies, providing a better outlook for the export-reliant Japanese economy.
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The foreign currency remittances promotion provides international remittances in all major currencies through network of correspondent and beneficiary banks, and with free telex charges.
Pakistan Rupees rate was in a continue declining trend against US Dollar and other major currencies of the world since the year 2012 started.
With interest rates low on all major currencies, risk-averse investors are trading returns for safety and liquidity through fixed deposits.