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The Forex is the largest and most liquid global market. Currencies and particularly currency pairs are the trading instruments in the Forex Market (Foreign Exchange Market).
Forex currency pairs are usually grouped in 3 categories:
The most traded currency pairs in the Forex market, where USD (US Dollar) is paired to another “popular” currency such as the EUR, the GBP, the JPY, the CHF, the CAD, the AUD and the NZD.
USD is not included in this group of currency pairs. Minors are also known as cross-currency pairs. The most active crosses are those including the Euro, the British Pound and the Japanese Yen.
Exotics are thinly traded. They consist of a major currency joined by the currency of an emerging economy. Exotics subject to more volatility, as they are heavily influenced by economic instability.
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