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The 10 most important currencies in the world and their most valuable banknotes

The 10 most important currencies in the world include the US dollar, the euro, the Japanese yen, the British pound, the Swiss franc, the Canadian dollar, the Australian dollar, the Chinese renminbi, the Swedish krona and the New Zealand dollar.

The Swiss 1000 note is the most valuable note that is still put into circulation by a central bank. The Singapore dollar bill worth 7377 francs is also in circulation, but the central bank of the Asian city-state has been withdrawing its largest notes from circulation since 2014.

The value of the largest banknote in the respective currency fluctuates between 100 Chinese renminbi worth 15 francs and the 1000 franc note in Switzerland.

1. US dollar (USD)

Biggest note: 100 dollars is worth 99 francs

The US dollar, issued by the American central bank, is the official currency of the United States. The US dollar is the world's most traded currency and accounts for an average daily currency volume of 2.2 trillion dollars.

2. Euro (EUR)

Biggest note: 200 euros are worth 227 francs

The euro is the official currency of the European Union (EU) and ranks second in the list of the most traded currencies with an average daily trading volume of 800 billion US dollars. The European Central Bank (ECB) issues this currency.

3. Japanese yen (JPY)

Biggest note: 10,000 yen is worth 90 francs

The Japanese yen is the official currency of Japan and is on the list of the world's most traded currencies. The yen has an average daily trading value of nearly $ 550 billion. It is estimated to make up around 4.9% of global currency reserves and is issued by the Bank of Japan (BoJ).

4. British pound (GBP)

Biggest note: 100 pounds is worth 132 francs

The British pound is the official currency of the United Kingdom and its territories and the fourth most common currency. Worldwide, the pound has an average daily volume of almost 325 billion US dollars. It is also the fourth largest reserve currency and is valued at 4.5% of global reserves.

5. Australian dollar (AUD)

Biggest note: 100 Australian dollars are worth 71 francs

The Australian dollar is the official currency of the Australian Commonwealth and takes fifth place in the ranking of the most traded currencies. The average daily volume is $ 174 billion. The issuer is the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA).

6. Canadian dollar (CAD)

Biggest note: 100 Canadian dollars are worth 76 francs

The Canadian dollar is the official currency of Canada and the sixth most widely traded currency worldwide, with a daily average volume of around 130 billion US dollars. It is issued by the Bank of Canada (BoC).

7. Swiss Francs (CHF)

Largest note: 1000 francs

The Swiss franc is the official currency of Switzerland and the seventh largest in the world, with an average daily trading volume of 122 billion US dollars. It is also the eighth most widely held reserve currency, accounting for 0.18% of global reserves by value. The issuer of the currency is the Swiss National Bank (SNB).

8.Chinese renminbi (yuan) (CNH)

Biggest note: 100 renminbi is worth 15 francs

he Swiss franc is the official currency of Switzerland and the seventh largest in the world, with an average daily trading volume of 122 billion US dollars. It is also the eighth most widely held reserve currency, accounting for 0.18% of global reserves by value. The issuer of the currency is the Swiss National Bank (SNB).

9.Swedish krona (SEK)

Biggest note: 1000 Swedish kronor is worth 108 francs

The Swedish krona is the official currency of Sweden and the ninth most traded currency in the world, with an average daily volume of 56 billion US dollars. Unlike many of the other currencies on this list, the krona is not a major reserve currency. It is issued by the Sveriges Riksbank, the Swedish Reichsbank.

10. New Zealand Dollar (NZD)

Biggest note: 100 New Zealand dollars are worth 68 francs

The New Zealand dollar is the official currency of New Zealand and ranks tenth among the world's currencies with a daily average volume of 52 billion US dollars. Like the Swedish krona, the NZD is not a major reserve currency. It is issued by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand.

The most valuable banknotes in comparison

The second most valuable banknote after the Swiss 1000 is the 200 euro note. It has a value of around 227 Swiss francs. Because it is a 200 note, it is colored light green in the graphic according to the color scale on the right.