The United States dollar, or American dollar, is the world's most dominant currency. With some $1.2 trillion in circulation , the US dollar is the sole currency in the United States, its overseas territories, and several other countries, including East Timor, Ecuador, El Salvador and others. The US Dollar is also the world's top currency in foreign transactions and the foreign exchange (forex) market. Regulated under the United States Federal Reserve System, the US dollar is symbolised by $ or US$ and has a currency code of USD. Its most frequent banknotes are $1, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100, featuring portraits of American presidents and politicians, such as George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and Abraham Lincoln.
Currencies Pegged to the US Dollar
|Cayman Island Dollar||0.82000|
|Cuban Convertible Peso||1.00000|
|East Caribbean Dollar||2.70000|
|Hong Kong Dollar||7.85000|
|Saudi Arabian Riyal||3.75000|
|United Arab Emirati Dirham||3.67250|
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