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'What's in a dollar?'; these currencies performed poorly in 2021

'What's in a dollar?'; these currencies performed poorly in 2021

'What's in a dollar?'; these currencies performed poorly in 2021
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By CNBCTV18.com Dec 16, 2021 7:06:41 AM IST (Published)

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The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in several currencies and economies being thrown into flux, and as a result, several currencies have been feeling the pressure. Here are some of the currencies that have been performing poorly in 2021.

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No. 5 | Chilean Peso | Price 1 year ago: 1 Peso = 0.0014 USD | Price today: 1 Peso = 0.0012 USD | Decline: 12.37 percent

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No. 4 | Peruvian Sol | Price 1 year ago: 1 Sol = 0.27 USD | Price today: 1 Sol = 0.25 USD | Decline: 9.81 percent

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No. 3 | Argentine Peso | Price 1 year ago: 1 Peso = 0.012 USD | Price today: 1 Peso = 0.0098 USD | Decline: 19.03 percent

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No. 2 | Turkish Lira | Price 1 year ago: 1 Lira = 0.13 USD | Price today: 1 Lira = 0.068 USD | Decline: 46.73 percent. (Image: REUTERS/Murad Sezer/Files)

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No. 1 | Venezuelan Bolivar | Price 1 year ago: 1 Bolivar = 9,08,512 USD| Price today: 1 Bolivar = 0.22 Bolivar | Decline: 99.99 percent. (Image: REUTERS/Marco Bello)

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