Least valued currency unit

Least Valued Currency Unit

Least valued currency unit

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Many altruistic editors come here and try to update the exchange rate. While I (User:Chochopk) recognize the good intention, sometimes these changes inadvertently make the article contradict itself. For example, most currencies change in value relative to other currencies every day. If you change one's rate with the USD from, say 2,150 to 2,155, then other derived values like the column "Value in Euros" must be recalculated as well. Failure to do so results in a blatant contradiction. Another example is updating numbers for one currency but not the others. It makes no sense to compare exchange rates of different currencies at different times.

If you cannot update all the numbers at once, please refrain from updating any number at all.-->The least valued currency unit is the currency in which a single unit buys the least number of any given other currency or the smallest amount of a given good. Most commonly, the calculation is made against a major reserve currency such as the United States dollar (USD) or the euro (EUR). Sub-units are not considered when looking for the least valued currency: for example, while a British pound sterling might be considered, a British penny would not be.

Current least valued currency units

As of January 23, 2011, there were 42 currencies for which 1 USD was worth over 100 units. <!-- Note: most currencies using black market rates (the black market rate is the...
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