What Is the Strongest Currency in the World?

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As of 2008 the world's strongest currency is the shekel because it has been able to gained 15% against the US dollar, to some extent more against the Canadian dollar and the British pound and 8% in opposition to the Swedish kroner and 24% against the South African rand. In the beginning of 2011 it has strengthened against the euro by 9%.
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Kuwait dinar is the strongest currency in the world. The currency has maintained a very high exchange rate, making it one of the highest valued currencies in the world.
The strongest currency in the world has been the New Israeli Shekel (NIS), alongside the European Euro. The shekel was introduced in 1985 as a measure as part of the country's economic stabilisation in conjunction with the Central Bank of Israel.
The pound sterling and its symbol: £; ISO code: GBP, commonly known as the pound, is the official currency of the United Kingdom, its Crown Dependencies the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands and the British Overseas Territories of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands. The pound is believed to be the strongest currency in the world.
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