Effective exchange rate index for major developed and emerging countries 2018-2019

Over the last year, the currency showing the greatest change on the effective exchange index was the British pound sterling, which declined from an index value of 97.97 in October 2018 to 97.9 in October 2019. This compares to the United States, which increased from 123.85 to 123.85 over the same time period.

Effective exchange rate index in major developed and emerging economies from July 2018 to July 2019

BrazilChinaEuro-ZoneIndiaJapanRussiaUnited KingdomUnited States
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Release date

November 2019



Survey time period

July 2018 to July 2019

Supplementary notes

Values in this statistic are the nominal effective exchange rate, which is calculated as the geometric weighted average of a basket of bilateral exchange rates. 52 economies are included in the basket. More information about the methodology is available here.

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