List of Currency Pairs in FX

A complete list of currency pairs traded in forex are listed below. These are written in terms of the base currency, e.g. euros, then the quote currency e.g. dollars, as an abbreviation - e.g. EUR/USD. A forex trader would then say 'I trade the euro dollar' for example.

There are around 25 currency pairs in FX, some traders focus on one or two major currency pairs containing the dollar, for their higher liquidity and lower spreads. Currency pairs not containing the dollar are known as 'crosses'.

List of Currency Pairs

Currency Pair

Base Currency

Quote Currency

EUR/USD

Euro

US Dollar

USD/JPY

US Dollar

Japanese Yen

GBP/USD

British Pound

US Dollar

USD/CHF

US Dollar

Swiss Franc

USD/CHF

US Dollar

Swiss Franc

USD/CAD

US Dollar

Canadian Dollar

AUD/USD

Australian Dollar

US Dollar

NZD/USD

New Zealand Dollar

US Dollar

EUR/CHF

Euro

Swiss Franc

EUR/GBP

Euro

British Pound

EUR/CAD

Euro

Canadian Dollar

EUR/AUD

Euro

Australian Dollar

EUR/NZD

Euro

New Zealand Dollar

EUR/JPY

Euro

Japanese Yen

GBP/JPY

British Pound

Japanese Yen

CHF/JPY

Swiss Franc

Japanese Yen

CAD/JPY

Canadian Dollar

Japanese Yen

AUD/JPY

Australian Dollar

Japanese Yen

NZD/JPY

New Zealand Dollar

Japanese Yen

GBP/CHF

British Pound

Swiss Franc

GBP/AUD

British Pound

US Dollar

GBP/CAD

British Pound

US Dollar

GBP/NZD

British Pound

New Zealand Dollar

Other, so called 'exotic currency pairs' include USD as the base currency and HKD, SGD, ZAR, THB, MXN, DKK, SEK or NOK as the quote currencies. Being rarer these have higher spreads, up to double or triple.

The best forex brokers all offer a wide array of currency pairs to trade.

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