Information about the US dollar (USD, $)
Countries of circulation
United States, American Samoa, British Indian Ocean Territory, British Virgin Islands, Virgin Islands (USA), East Timor, Haiti, Guam, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Palau, Panama, Puerto Rico, Northern Mariana Islands, Turks and Caicos , Ecuador.
Banknotes in circulation
100, 50, 20, 10, 5, 2, 1 dollar.
The coins are 1 dollar, 50, 25, 10, 5 and 1 cent.
The issuer of the dollar is the US Central Bank - US Federal Reserve. The dynamics of the dollar is determined by the Fed's interest rate, inflation and the growth rate of the US economy. In addition, the dollar - one of the world's reserve currencies, which is used in international trade, currency and stock exchange trading. The change in the rate of the Fed has an impact not only on the situation in the US economy, but also on the global economy.
US dollar dynamics
The fall of the dollar may be caused by geopolitical factors or the publication of data on the US market, which did not meet the expectations of experts and investors.
The dollar exchange rate may grow due to the demand for currency or during the period when companies pay their external debts. The decline in oil prices on world markets, the publication of positive statistics on the US market and the growth of US stock indices are also often accompanied by a stronger dollar.
The ratio of the US dollar to national currencies is determined by the central banks of the countries of the world, which are based on the results of currency trading on the stock markets in their states. In Russia, the weighted average dollar / ruble exchange rate is also determined by supply and demand on the exchange trades, speculative trends and various business factors. For example, on the day taxes paid in rubles in Russia, the dollar may become cheaper.