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U.S. Dollar Finishes 2015 as World’s Second Most Overvalued Currency

The U.S. Dollar has finished 2015 as the world’s #2 most overvalued fiat currency, behind only the #1 ranked most overvalued currency the Swiss Franc. Over the last 24 months, the U.S. Dollar has jumped 12 spots in NIA’s overvalued currency rankings.

Here is the official ranking of NIA’s top 10 most overvalued global fiat currencies at year-end 2015: 1) Swiss Franc, 2) US Dollar, 3) British Pound, 4) Israeli New Sheqel, 5) Swedish Krona, 6) South Korean Won, 7) UAE Dirham, 8) Danish Krone, 9) New Zealand Dollar, 10) Philippine Peso.

In comparison to 24 months ago at year-end 2013, the 5 currencies to increase the most in overall ranking, thereby becoming more overvalued: 1) US Dollar +12, 2) Saudi Riyal +11, 3) Philippine Peso +9, 4) Thai Baht +9, 5) Hong Kong Dollar +8.

Here is the official ranking of NIA’s top 10 most undervalued global fiat currencies at year-end 2015: 1) Russian Ruble, 2) South African Rand, 3) Indian Rupee, 4) Indonesian Rupiah, 5) Malaysian Ringgit, 6) Argentine Peso, 7) Colombian Peso, 8) Japanese Yen, 9) Mexican Peso, 10) Polish Zloty.

In comparison to 24 months ago at year-end 2013, the 5 currencies to decrease the most in overall ranking, thereby becoming more undervalued: 1) Colombian Peso -13, 2) Euro -9, 3) Peruvian Nuevo Sol -7, 4) Brazilian Real -6, 5) New Zealand Dollar -5.

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