15 December 2021 By GO Markets


Trading terms glossary

“The Kiwi” is a slang name for New Zealand’s Dollar.

Key currency
Key currencies are stable currencies that don’t vary too much, which can be globally used to set exchange rates and support international trade. Examples of key currencies include the U.S. dollar, the British pound, the Euro, the Japanese yen, the Canadian dollar or the Swiss franc.

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