Currency is country's own form of money, such as coins and paper notes, issued by a government and circulated in the economy. Often currency and cash is used interchangeably.
Did you know: Switzerland's official currency is the Swiss franc, and Japan's official currency is the yen. An exception would be the euro, which is used as the currency for several European countries.
Investors, traders, corporations, and countries trade currencies on the foreign exchange (forex) market. Dealing in currencies this way can be profitable because the value of each country's currency continually changes compared to other currencies.
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