What Is the Highest Currency in the World?

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The highest valued currency in the world is the Kuwaiti Dinar. One Kuwaiti Dinar is equal to $3.54 in U.S. currency, 2.7 Euros or $3.84 in Canadian currency.

The second most expensive currency is the Bahrain Dinar, with one being equal to $2.65 in U.S. currency. The third is the Omani Rial, which equals $2.60. Latvian Lats are next in line because one Latvian Lat is equal to $1.97. The U.K. Pound Sterling equals $1.64, the Jordanian Dinar equals $1.41 and the European Euro is worth $1.37. The Azerbaijan Manat equals $1.28, the Cayman Islands Dollar is equal to $1.22 and the tenth highest currency is the Switzerland Franc at a worth of $1.12.