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National Currency

What is 'National Currency'

The currency or legal tender issued by a nation's central bank or monetary authority. The national currency of a nation is usually the predominant currency used for most financial transactions in that country.

Explaining 'National Currency'

A handful of national currencies such as the U.S. dollar and the euro have achieved global status as reserve currencies and are extensively used in international trade transactions. The euro has supplanted the national currencies of a number of nations that comprise the European Union. The national currencies of some countries such as the United Arab Emirates are pegged or fixed to the U.S. dollar.


Further Reading


Is Europe an optimum currency area?
ideas.repec.org [PDF]
… Soon after the currency board system reached its greatest extent, in the mid 1950s, it ebbed for several reasons. Nationalist sentiment called for an independent national currency to accompany other trappings of independence …

The end of national currencyThe end of national currency
heinonline.org [PDF]
… Soon after the currency board system reached its greatest extent, in the mid 1950s, it ebbed for several reasons. Nationalist sentiment called for an independent national currency to accompany other trappings of independence …

Globalization without global money: the double role of the dollar as national currency and world currencyGlobalization without global money: the double role of the dollar as national currency and world currency
www.tandfonline.com [PDF]
… Soon after the currency board system reached its greatest extent, in the mid 1950s, it ebbed for several reasons. Nationalist sentiment called for an independent national currency to accompany other trappings of independence …

National money as a barrier to international trade: The real case for currency unionNational money as a barrier to international trade: The real case for currency union
pubs.aeaweb.org [PDF]
… Soon after the currency board system reached its greatest extent, in the mid 1950s, it ebbed for several reasons. Nationalist sentiment called for an independent national currency to accompany other trappings of independence …

Currency Internationalization as a National Competitive Strategy: US Dollar's Empirical Evidence——And a Study on the Issue of Renminbi <span style=[J]' src='/thumbnails/?img=http%3A%2F%2Fen.cnki.com.cn%2Farticle_en%2Fcjfdtotal-jjyj200502003.htm' />Currency Internationalization as a National Competitive Strategy: US Dollar's Empirical Evidence——And a Study on the Issue of Renminbi [J]
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… Soon after the currency board system reached its greatest extent, in the mid 1950s, it ebbed for several reasons. Nationalist sentiment called for an independent national currency to accompany other trappings of independence …

Currency internationalization: an overviewCurrency internationalization: an overview
papers.ssrn.com [PDF]
… Soon after the currency board system reached its greatest extent, in the mid 1950s, it ebbed for several reasons. Nationalist sentiment called for an independent national currency to accompany other trappings of independence …

Trust in the Euro: Exploring the Governance of a supra-national CurrencyTrust in the Euro: Exploring the Governance of a supra-national Currency
www.tandfonline.com [PDF]
… Soon after the currency board system reached its greatest extent, in the mid 1950s, it ebbed for several reasons. Nationalist sentiment called for an independent national currency to accompany other trappings of independence …

Financial globalization: the need for a single currency and a global central bankFinancial globalization: the need for a single currency and a global central bank
www.tandfonline.com [PDF]
… Soon after the currency board system reached its greatest extent, in the mid 1950s, it ebbed for several reasons. Nationalist sentiment called for an independent national currency to accompany other trappings of independence …


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