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  • EUR Eurozone - euro
  • USD United States - dollar
  • JPY Japan - yen
  • GBP United Kingdom - pound
  • CHF Switzerland - franc
  • CAD Canada - dollar
  • AUD Australia - dollar
  • ZAR South Africa - rand
  • AED United Arab Emirates - dirham
  • ARS Argentina - peso
  • BDT Bangladesh - taka
  • BGN Bulgaria - lev
  • BHD Bahrain - dinar
  • BND Brunei Darussalam - dollar
  • BOB Bolivia - boliviano
  • BRL Brazil - real
  • BZD Belize - dollar
  • CLP Chile - peso
  • CNH People's Republic of China - yuan/renminbi
  • CRC Costa Rica - colon
  • CUP Cuba - peso
  • CZK Czech Republic - koruna
  • DJF Djibouti - franc
  • DKK Denmark - krone
  • DZD Algeria - dinar
  • ETB Ethiopia - birr
  • FJD Fiji - dollar
  • GMD Gambia - dalasi
  • GTQ Guatemala - quetzal
  • HKD Hong Kong - dollar
  • HRK Croatia - kuna
  • HTG Haiti - gourde
  • HUF Hungary - forint
  • ILS Israel - shekel
  • INR India - rupee
  • JMD Jamaica - dollar
  • JOD Jordan - dinar
  • KES Kenya - shilling
  • KRW Korea (South) - won
  • KWD Kuwait - dinar
  • KZT Kazakhstan - tenge
  • LKR Sri Lanka - rupee
  • MAD Morocco - dirham
  • MDL Moldova - leu
  • MKD Macedonia - denar
  • MRO Mauritania - ouguiya
  • MXN Mexico - peso
  • MYR Malaysia - ringgit
  • NOK Norway - krone
  • NPR Nepal - rupee
  • NZD New Zealand - dollar
  • OMR Oman - rial
  • PGK Papua New Guinea - kina
  • PHP Philippines - peso
  • PLN Poland - zloty
  • PYG Paraguay - guarani
  • QAR Qatar - riyal
  • RON Romania - new leu
  • RUB Russia - ruble
  • SAR Saudi Arabia - riyal
  • SEK Sweden - krona
  • SGD Singapore - dollar
  • THB Thailand - baht
  • TND Tunisia - dinar
  • TRY Turkey - lira
  • TTD Trinidad and Tobago - dollar
  • TWD Taiwan - new dollar
  • VEF Venezuela - bolivar
  • VND Vietnam - dong
  • YER Yemen - rial

About

The Global Currency Union (GCU) provides a neutral platform and forum for dialogue on exchange rate-related matters and a structure for implementation of mechanisms and systems developed to mitigate and stabilize the negative effects from excess volatility, disorderly movements and relations in exchange rates having adverse implications for economic and financial stability.

Our unique structure enables us to engage with monetary authorities, governmental offices and academic institutions as well as industry associations, private entities, think tanks and the like.

We have successfully developed and documented two mechanisms and systems, the Multi-Currency System (the Trade-Weighted Equilibrium Exchange Rate System) and the Exchange Rate Mitigation System, which both enable increased exchange rate stability and volatility mitigation. By themselves, these systems demonstrate that stabilizing mechanisms are capable of being developed.

Since the inception of the GCU in November 2008 several central bank authorities, from both developing and industrialized countries, have communicated their positive perspectives on our activities. Today GCU is actively working with some of those to advance the further development.

In January 2013 GCU Settlements was established to function as the operational entity providing products and services developed by GCU to the market.

The Global Currency Union and GCU Settlements operate primarily out of Copenhagen, Denmark.

 

 

GCU in the Media

Articles on the activities of the Global Currency Union:

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Link to article in The Financial Express

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Link to Bangladeshi articles

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Link to article in The Daily Star
     

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Link to article in Policy Innovations

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Link to article in Wall Street Journal

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Link to article in MarketWatch