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Our monthly Currency ReportsĀ display a comprehensive view of currency values in low-income countries against the US dollar, the euro, the British pound, the Indian rupee, the Pak. Rupee and the Chinese renminbi over the last four years. The latest trends in the Forex are analyzed.

Emerging Currencies: April 2024 (Monthly)

With US interest rates remaining higher for longer, the dollar continued to strengthen in April, causing most other currencies to either fall or remain stable. Our monthly statistical report presents a comprehensive overview of currency values in low-income nations relative to the US dollar, the euro, the British pound, the Indian rupee, the Pakistani rupee, and the Chinese renminbi over the past five years. Read more...

Emerging Currencies: March & 1st Quarter 2024 (Monthly)

The Turkish currency continued its decline in March, while the Sri Lankan rupee further strengthened amidst a highly stable Forex market. Our monthly statistical report presents a comprehensive overview of currency values in low-income nations relative to the US dollar, the euro, the British pound, the Indian rupee, the Pakistani rupee, and the Chinese renminbi over the past five years. Read more...

Emerging Currencies: February 2024 (Monthly)

Emerging currencies stayed mostly stable in February, except for the Turkish lira and the Sri Lankan rupee. The euro could drop further in the coming months. Our monthly statistical report presents a comprehensive overview of currency values in low-income nations relative to the US dollar, the euro, the British pound, the Indian rupee, the Pakistani rupee, and the Chinese renminbi over the past five years. Read more...

Emerging Currencies: January 2024 (Monthly)

The US dollar rose against most emerging currencies in January, with the likelihood of a reduction in interest rates appearing distant. Our monthly statistical report presents a comprehensive overview of currency values in low-income nations relative to the US dollar, the euro, the British pound, the Indian rupee, the Pakistani rupee, and the Chinese renminbi over the past five years. Read more...