Currency pairs are a mechanism that compares two separate countries’ currencies against one another. The relationship between the two currencies is inverse, which means that, if one goes up, the other must go down. Why Were Currency Pairs Created? Currency pairs allow the foreign exchange market to decide which currency is stronger based on technical indicators and fundamental analysis. Moreover, it determines the exchange rate at any given time. For example, not too long ago [...]
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