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A currency union is when two or more groups (usually countries) share a common currency or decide to peg their exchange rates to keep the value of their currency at a certain level. One of the primary goals of forming a currency union is to synchronize and manage each country's monetary policy.
A single currency wouldn't be subject to exchange rate fluctuations because there would be no competing currencies to exchange against. In other words, a universal currency would lose its value as a commodity bought and sold on open markets and would have value only for its worth in buying other commodities.
It can take steps to deflate its currency, making it cheaper, and therefore make its exports more appealing to other countries. With only one global currency, no one country could take these steps, and therefore all countries lose these vital tools in controlling their own economies.
Because some countries take pride in using own currency than universal currency. But uniform currency all over the world eliminates the uncertainty of exchange rates. And interest rates and inflation will be minimum. ... When the demand for currency is more, that means value of currency is more.
Unless all the countries in the world converged into one liberal world order, there is no single political apparatus equivalent to a single global currency.
If the currency in all the countries has fewer denominations, it will enable the sellers to set any price level for goods and services. Further explanation: Divisibility feature of Money: ... If currency would be indivisible, it will lead to price setting only in the multiples of the value of available denomination.
Why the US Dollar Is the Global Currency.
In short, the US dollar is not a universal currency. ... For it to become a universal currency, every (or virtually all) countries worldwide should be using it in lieu of the currencies they use at present. There should no longer be any need for exchange rates and currency conversions when a universal currency is in place.
As a result of the Bretton Woods Agreement, the U.S dollar was officially crowned the world's reserve currency, backed by the world's largest gold reserves. ... Needing a place to store their dollars, countries began buying U.S. Treasury securities, which they considered to be a safe store of money.
Some economists argue that a single world currency is unnecessary, because the U.S. dollar is providing many of the benefits of a world currency while avoiding some of the costs. If the world does not form an optimum currency area, then it would be economically inefficient for the world to share one currency.
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