Currency Volatility Tracker

Currency Volatility Report for 2017

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The Czech Republic's currency, the koruna, was the fourth most volatile in the world because of its dramatic rise against the dollar.

The unexpected decline in the U.S. dollar had a dramatic affect on the value of many world currencies with three in particular worth noting.

The war-torn nation of Syria and four African nations -- the Congo, Liberia, Ethiopia and Nigeria -- suffered huge currency declines in 2017 accounting for a large portion of the world's currency instability even though a majority of the world's currencies actually gained in value against the U.S. dollar, according to currency volatility data compiled by CreditPulse for the Currency Volatility Index (CVI).

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