Currency used by a majority of traders in order to buy other currencies or foreign assets. This Currency is almost always a low interest currency and is used to buy higher interest bearing assets. One common example is to sell the Japanese Yen in order to buy New Zealand dollars, which yielded as much as 6% more at times in the recent past.
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Coffee, Sugar, and Cocoa Exchange (CSCE)
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