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US dollar vs. Polish Zloty •USDPLN•



The USDPLN refers to the currency code for the US Dollar and Polish Zloty pair. It is one of the most popular pairings to trade the Polish currency. Poland has maintained a strong commitment to replacing the zloty with the euro in the near future. It is the sixth largest economy within the European Union and has remained heavily reliant on the Eurozone for most its trade operations. The performance of the USDPLN pair is influenced by major developments in the Eurozone and US economies. For most traders, it's not easy to predict the possible movement of the pair as there isn't enough information regarding economic developments in Poland and the USD/PLN.

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