EURNOK is the abbreviation for the cross between the euro and the Norwegian krone. The EUR and the NOK are considered an exotic currency pair with less liquidity than a major like EUR/USD. Because of the geographic proximity and the high degree of trading activity between Eurozone and Norway, there is a strong relation between the NOK and EUR currencies. Norway primarily depends on exports and is the fifth largest oil exporter in the world. It sends more than 60% of its exports into the euro area, so it is tied to the health of the Eurozone economy as well as oil prices.