Some Common (and not so common) Nicknames For Currency Pairs
Is the most commonly used.
Variation on the Aussie
Derived from the Channel Tunnel that connects Great Britain and Europe
Combination of the currency codes with an extra P
Eurozone is said to have one of the best fiber optics networks globally
Similar reason GBP/USD is referred to as the Cable
Squeezing the names together
Derived from the telegraph cable laid under the Atlantic which transmitted the U.S. Dollar and British Pound exchange rates London and New York
Common slang term for New Zealanders
The Canadian One Dollar coin has a picture of a loon on one side
Old term used to differentiate CAD deposits from USD
Guess there’s just a whole lot of Beavers in Canada
Pretty self-explanatory. Swiss Franc and the Swiss like to put Swiss in front of pretty much everything they produce
Ninjas come from Japan.
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