Las monedas de mayor transacción[1]
Distribución de divisas por volumen de negocios en el mercado FX
Rank Currency ISO 4217 Code
 % Porcentaje
(April 2007)
1 30px United States dollar USD ($) 80.3%
2 European Union  Euro EUR (€) 37.0%
3 30px Japanese yen JPY (¥) 17.0%
4 30px Pound sterling GBP (£) 15.0%
5 30px Swiss franc CHF (Fr) 6.8%
6 30pxDólar australiano AUD ($) 6.7%
7 30pxDólar canadiense CAD ($) 4.2%
8-9 30pxCorona sueca SEK (kr) 2.8%
8-9 30pxDólar de Hong Kong HKD ($) 2.8%
10 30pxCorona noruega NOK (kr) 2.2%
11 30pxDólar neozelandés NZD ($) 1.9%
12 30pxPeso mexicano MXN ($) 1.3%
13 30pxDólar de Singapur SGD ($) 1.2%
14 30px Wŏn Southkorean KRW (₩) 1.1%
15 30px Amero AMR (A$) 1.2%
16 30px Brasilian Real BRL(R$) 1.1%
Others 14.5%
Total 200%


UW nuclear

Red: Five "nuclear weapons states" from the NPT. Dark orange: Other known nuclear powers. Yellow: States suspected of having possession of, or suspected of being in the process of developing, nuclear weapons and/or nuclear programs. Purple: States which at one point had nuclear weapons and/or nuclear weapons research programs. Green: Other states capable of developing nuclear weapons within several years if the decision to do so were made. Historical states have been represented by their successor states (i.e. Yugoslavia by Serbia and Montenegro, as they apparently inherited the nuclear materials of the socialist state after it fragmented).

See also

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