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CAPE VERDE escudo (CVE)
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For a quick review on the escudo currency for Cape Verde as presented by BankINTRO.com, please click the flag below. Thank you for visiting.
UPDATED: April 20, 2006




CAYMAN ISLANDS dollar (KYD)
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As a pure tax haven with no direct taxation on residents or corporations, the Cayman Islands today is considered to be one of the world’s elite offshore tax and money havens. The eyes of the large OECD countries have taken notice with the activities of many offshore financial destinations including the Cayman Islands that are providing very attractive tax rates for investment capital. It is these outward capital flows from rich industrialized nations to offshore financial centres that have resulted in new laws and regulations in the Caymans in an attempt to counter tax evasion in OECD countries. Will these new restrictions and agreements with countries like the United States for transparency and sharing of information derail the Cayman Islands lucrative offshore financial services industry?

Is the Caymanian dollar ‘KYD’ currency peg to the US-dollar (‘USD’) vulnerable?

For a snapshot review of the developments taking place within this wealthy Caribbean nation of the Cayman Islands, please click the flag below. Thank you for reading.
UPDATED: June 24, 2004





CFA Franc
CURRENCY ZONE - AFRICA

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“6 Central African Nations” for CFA franc using ISO symbol currency ‘XAF’ include: Cameroon, Congo - Republic, Central African Republic, Chad, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea. The CFA franc currency in ciruclation for XAF countries is known as the ‘Cooperation Financiere Africaine franc’.

“8 West African Countries” for CFA franc using ISO symbol currency ‘XOF’ include: Ivory Coast, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, Benin, Guinea-Bissau, Togo. The CFA franc currency in circulation for XOF countries is the ‘Communaute` Financiere Africaine franc’.

These 14 francaphone nations represent some of the poorest countries in the world today. Both CFA francs representing the Central and West African countries are valued equivalently but are operated separately. Both the XAF and XOF CFA francs are tied to each other at par and linked to a major hard anchor currency, the Euroland euro.

For a review on the currency history and outlook for the CFA franc, please click the flags posted below as presented by BankINTRO.com. Thank you.
UPDATED: May 18, 2004




CHILE peso

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Chile is home to outstanding natural beauty including its long coastal Pacific shoreline, Andean mountain peaks, lakes and glacier eloquence in the south. Amongst all this beauty, the nation’s lifeline for national revenue remains for the most part the mining industry centered on copper production. A massive correction in the copper market since July 2008 has correspondingly resulted in a sharp currency revaluation for the Chilean peso versus the US-dollar (‘USD’).

For a detailed review on the developments impacting the Chilean peso, please click the flag below. Thank you in advance.
UPDATED: March 2, 2009






CHINA renminbi or yuan 'CNY'
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The rate of speed of economic and cultural transformation that is currently taking place is very similar to what happened to the United States during the 20th century. Today, China is now the global manufacturing centre for the world. Many of its citizens are becoming financial moguls, market capitalism is blossoming within its socialized political framework. Rapid change is evident within the cities, the urbanization of China is taking place at lightning speed. Many Chinese now desire Western consumer goods and lifestyles from computers, cell phones, clothes and popular brand names. The new national symbol is the construction crane with skyscrapers dominating the skyline.

What future awaits China? Is the Chinese yuan/renminbi currency really that much undervalued as suggested by many American politicians? Is much of the global press perhaps misleading their readers about yuan undervalution?

For a discussion on some of the currency developments taking place within China as presented by BankINTRO.com, please click the Chinese flag below. Thank you for your consideration.
UPDATED: February 4, 2004


COLOMBIA peso (COP)
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President Alvaro Uribe has governed Colombia well returning stability and prosperity to the country since he took office in 2002. At that time, the economy was in depression. Today, Colombia’s economy is slowing down but after a significant period of strong economic advancement from years 2003- QTR 3 2008. The peso can now be classified as one of the world’s commodity currencies. Colombia rich in natural gas, oil, minerals, and other natural resources has been a great beneficiary of the commodities boom over the last 5 years.

What’s next for the Colombian peso, where is it headed?

For a detailed review of the events in Colombia including the outlook for the Colombian peso, please click the flag below. Thank you in advance.
UPDATED: December 12, 2008





COMOROS franc (KMF)
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Comoros, a French speaking nation is located in the southern Indian ocean 185 miles off the Mozambique coast is quite small with a population of only 795,000. The three islands volcanic archipelagos that make up Comoros consist of Moheli, Anjouan and Grande Comore. Beautiful but impoverished Comoros is one of the world’s poorest countries where 60 percent of its citizens live in poverty.

Surprisingly, this relatively small nation is having great troubles in finding that quest of stability. For an overview of the developments taking place for this remote African nation, please click the flag below. Thank you in advance.

UPDATED: June 7, 2011




CONGO franc (CDF)
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DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC
For a brief snapshot summary including economic highlights, currency, currency history and currency forecast, please click the Congo –DR flag below. Thank you for reading. UPDATED: August 10, 2005



COSTA RICA colon (CRC)
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Beautiful Costa Rica located in Central America has made great economic advancements into interesting industries. This peaceful nation for decades survived from its sole major lifeline, that is traditional coffee farms set up by European settlers over the last 200 years. More recently, Costa Rica over the last 25 years has advanced into a generous welfare state with a wide array of social benefits.

What about the national currency, the colon, can Costa Rica continue to afford this generous lifestyle or will the currency depreciate with debt accumulation?

Please click the flag below for further details on Costa Rica’s economic, political and other important developments impacting the colon.
UPDATED: November 21, 2011



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CROATIA Kuna (HRK)
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Since obtaining independence in 1991, Croatia has been at war on two fronts, both militarily and economic. The Balkan region of Europe has had a long history of conflict, ethnic divide and unstable borders. Governments in the region are no stranger to war, the Kosovo conflict being the last major war zone in the late 1990’s.

The Kuna is actually Croatia’s second currency in circulation since independence, but will the Kuna have the same fate as the former Croatian dinar currency did in the early 1990’s?

For further details on the latest developments for Croatia and its national currency, the Kuna, please click the flag below. Thank you in advance.
UPDATED: October 21, 2009




CUBA peso (CUP, CUC)
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Cuba is a complex and interesting society, its economy and commerce is further complicated by the use of two parallel currencies which is very unusual. Positive change is slowly occurring in areas of the Cuban economy with new industries replacing other inefficient segments, gradual reforms allowing cautious advancement towards market based principles.

The market rate for the domestic Cuban peso (CUP) has had a very volatile swing in market valuations since the collapse of the former Soviet Union 20 years ago. For more details on Cuba’s domestic peso (CUP) and Cuba’s international peso (CUC), please click the flag below. Thank you in advance.
UPDATED: May 17, 2010




CYPRUS new lira (TRY)
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For those living in Northern Cyprus ‘Turkey Area’, the Turkish new lira is the official currency in circulation. Please click the flag below for some research notes on this northern section of Cyprus. Thanks for reading.
UPDATED: January 20, 2006



CZECH REPUBLIC koruna
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The Czech Republic’s national currency is the koruna since country independence in 1993.

Does the koruna look vulnerable to a currency correction? Will it still be in circulation in the near future or will it be replaced by the euro (EUR) just what like happened to the Slovak Republic?

For an update on the events taking place in the Czech Republic as presented by BankINTRO.com, please click the flag below. Thank you for reading.
UPDATED: January 3, 2014





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DENMARK krone (DKK)

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GREENLAND
The Danish krone has had a history of relative currency stability. The economy and political framework of Denmark are sound. But very surprisingly, the people of Denmark voted against the Euroland euro as new national currency in a binding national referendum in year 2000. Denmark is going against the tide of Europe; BankINTRODUCTIONS.com discusses this euro decision in further detail.

What repercussions will Denmark now experience for euro rejection?

For further details and general information on the Danish krone, please click the flag below. Thank you for reading.
UPDATED: March 21, 2011




DJIBOUTI djib franc
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The Djibouti franc is subjectively reviewed for currency soundness by BankINTRO.com, we invite you to take a quick read on Djibouti’s economic statistics, currency and currency history. Thank you for your consideration.
UPDATED: May 15, 2006




DOMINICAN REPUBLIC peso (DOP)
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A new government with President-elect Fernandez is to be sworn into office on August 16, 2004 with a mandate to renew the country’s optimism and economy. Over the last year and a half, the Dominican Republic ‘DR’ peso and economy has crashed as year 2003-04 is one of the nation’s worst economic periods in decades. The peso ‘DOP’ has since collapsed in value from 17 to 45 to the US-dollar ‘USD’ due to mounting inflation pressures, energy shortages, credit downgrades and the increased risk for debt default.

Can President Fernandez rescue the DR economy?

Recent exchange quotes for the peso have it at 42.5 DOP to the USD, is the peso falling farther or has it hit bottom for now?

For a discussion on the recent developments taking place within this Caribbean nation of the Dominican Republic, please click the flag below.

Thank you for reading this subjective currency opinion as presented by BankINTRO.com.
UPDATED: August 11, 2004






EAST CARIBBEAN dollar (XCD)
CURRENCY ZONE - CARIBBEAN

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Anguilla, St. Lucia, Dominica, St. Kitts & Nevis, Montserrat, St. Vincent & The Grenadines, Grenada, Antigua & Barbuda

The East Caribbean currency zone is a tiny common economy when compared to other currency zone arrangements. Surprisingly when compared to several much larger economies and currencies circulating in the world today, the East Caribbean dollar has performed well for these small economies by maintaining relative purchasing power parity. If each island nation within this Eastern Caribbean ‘EC’ zone operated their own individual respective currencies, the outcome would most likely be much different with great instability.

For a brief picture of the events taking place within the EC with respect to the East Caribbean dollar, please click the island flags below. Thank you for reading.
UPDATED: June 7, 2004



EGYPT pound
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The Egyptian pound has stabilized over the last couple of years after previous encounters with currency devaluations. The economy is now enjoying success after an extended period of time of stagnated growth. Why the change?

For further details on Egypt’s current economic, political, regional and other significant developments impacting Egypt’s currency, please click the flag below. Thank you.

UPDATED: May 20, 2008


ERITREA nakfa (ERN)
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BankINTRO.com is pleased to provide brief summary notes on the Eritrean nakfa. Click the flag below for further details and feel free to come back and visit us often to stay up to date on global currency issues.
UPDATED: July 10, 2006




ETHIOPIA birr (ETB)
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For a brief snapshot overview including economic statistics, currency, currency history and currency forecast, please click Ethiopia’s flag below. Thanks for visiting.
UPDATED: February 13, 2006



EUROLAND euro (EUR)
CURRENCY ZONE - EUROPE

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Belgium, Austria, Finland, Spain, Ireland, Portugal, Germany, France, Netherlands, Italy, Luxembourg, Greece, Slovenia, Cyprus, Malta, Estonia, Slovak Republic, Latvia
The Euroland euro (EUR) is widely in circulation directly with 18 countries of 28 that make up the European Union (EU) plus 23 countries & territories outside of the European Union and other participants. Since its inception in 1999, the euro has had tremendous exchange valuation volatility. The first few years was a euro currency being attacked by the critics as a weak ineffective flawed experiment in monetary policy.

What’s next for the Euroland euro? Will the entrance of new countries to the Eurozone and/or current members such as Greece, Portugal and Spain create enough instability that may ultimately lead to a Eurozone currency collapse? Or are there other members in serious financial hardship?

For a currency snapshot review of the euro, please click the flag below. Thank you in advance for reading.
UPDATED: January 2, 2014




FIJI (FJD) dollar
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This scenic South Pacific country is home to 332 islands, it is considered one of the most developed countries in the Pacific although it has been historically plagued with political instability and deep-rooted ethnic divisions

How has the Fijian dollar ‘FJD’ performed amongst all this disarray?

For a summary review of some of the developments taking place within Fiji and its currency, the Fijian dollar, please click the flag below. Thank you for reading the currency opinion of BankINTRO.com
UPDATED: March 20, 2015





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