Currency Volatility Tracker

February 2015 Currency Volatility Report

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The value of Ukraine's currency, the hryvnia (shown above), has fallen 113% against the U.S. dollar since January 1st.

World currency markets have been ablaze in volatility so far in 2015 with most falling against a rising U.S. dollar.  Find out which currencies are the most volatile in the February edition of the Currency Volatility Index.

Market forces are the key to evaluating both sovereign and organizational credit risk.  One market force that is particularly sensitive to an array of credit risk factors is a nation's currency market.  As a result, CreditPulse monitors the volatility of 120 world currencies as measured against the U.S. dollar, the world's benchmark currency.  

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