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Owing to the image of a loon on the one-dollar coin, the Canadian dollar (CAD) is sometimes referred to as the “loonie”. Closely tied to the US economy, the CAD accounts for approximately 2% of all global reserves, superseded only by the US dollar (USD), the euro (EUR), the yen (JPY), and the Great Britain Pound (GBP). With its extreme sensitivity to movements in crude oil and other products, traders often use the CAD to speculate on trends related to these commodities.
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The euro (€) is the official currency of 19 out of 28 EU member countries, used by some 330+ million people every day. Officially launched in electronic form in 1999, the euro entered into mainstream currency in 2002, as several European countries phased out their own national currencies. Introduced to allow companies to conduct cross-border trade, the euro helps to stabilize the European economy by eliminating fluctuating exchange rates and exchange costs between countries. The euro is now the second most traded currency in the world behind the US dollar and makes up around 20% of the global reserve.
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Shirley Liu is Finder's global program manager. She was previously the publisher for banking and investments and has also written comparisons for energy, money transfers, Uber Eats and many other topics. Shirley has a Master of Commerce and a Bachelor of Media, Journalism and Communications from the University of New South Wales. She is passionate about helping people find the best deal for their needs.
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