10 Most Expensive Currencies Of The world in 2016

Expensive Currencies of the worldEver thought which are the most valuable and expensive currencies in the world? The expectations and experiences say that the biggest economies of the world must be the ones holding the most expensive currencies too. This concept can be deviated since GDP and the annual revenue of the countries play a great role in making their currencies valuable. As of 2016, there are some alterations in the list of most expensive currencies as compared to previous two or three years. Just have a look!

Expensive Currencies:

10. Australian Dollar

 Australian Dollar most expensive currency

The list starts with the official currency of Australia known as Australian dollar. The natural resource and the education sector of the country makes its currency worth so high. One Australian dollar is equal to US $0.69.

9. Singapore Dollar

Singapore Dollar most expensive currency

Singapore has become a country that belongs to the intellectuals. The GDP of the country has increased to a great extent in the recent past years which has made its currency one of the most expensive in 2016. One Singapore Dollar is equal to US $0.70.

8. Bruneian Dollar

Bruneian Dollar expensive currency

A small nation belonging to South Asia, none other than Brunei, has got all what it takes to be a highly stable economies of the world. its GDP is recently found to be very high that makes its currency one of the expensive currencies of 2016. One Bruneian Dollar is equal to US $0.70.

7.  Libyan Dinar

 Libyan Dinar expensive currency

The country that mainly depends on the bountiful oil supply, Libya is next on the list with its currency Libyan Dinar. The country enjoys a stable economy due to the oil reserves and the currency tends to be valuable for a long run. One Libyan Dinar is equal to US $0.74.

6. Swiss France

Swiss franc expensive currency

Switzerland, one of the most beautiful countries of the world has got its official currency on the list of most expensive currencies. Its none other than Swiss Franc which is used almost all over the country. The main source that takes the value of currency to such height is tourism. One Swiss Franc is equal to US $0.99.

5. Euro

Euro expensive currency

The next on the list is the most common currency used all over the continent of Europe. The currency has got such a great value for the tourism and modern trends of the European countries which help in generating a good revenue. One Euro is equal to US $1.09.

4. British Pound

British Pound Expensive Currency

The official currency of the United Kingdom, commonly known as British pound Sterling is here with us on 4th spot. Pound is the oldest currency used all over the world. Being an expensive country, England’s currency is supposed to be of a great worth. One pound is equal to US $1.42.

3. Omani Rial (OMR)

Omani Rial expensive currency

The official currency belonging to all the Arab countries is Riyal. Oman has got its Omani Rial and its code is OMR. The third most valuable currency has got its origin from oil reserves. One Omani rial is equivalent to US $2.60.

2. Bahraini Dinar (BHD)

 Bahraini Dinar expensive currency

The official currency of Bahrain, Bahraini Dinar gets the second spot on the list of most expensive currencies in the year 2016. Bahrain has also got its established economy through its oil reserves but there is also an American naval base there. One Bahraini Dinar is equal to US $2.65.

1.    Kuwaiti Dinar (KWD)

 Kuwaiti Dinar expensive currency

The currency that again is benefited from the crude oil and is the world’s current most expensive currency. Its none other than Kuwaiti Dinar. Being the largest exporter of oil in the world, the currency satisfies to be this much worthy. One Kuwaiti Dinar is equal to $3.46.

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