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    1. Currently, Hungary experiences 4.0% annual GDP growth with 3. 7% inflation. 2. Being that the USD is the number one currency in terms of trading in the world, it seems it can be considered a stable pairing together with giving enough volatility for both long term and short term traders to be able to make a profit.
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The forint is the currency of Hungary. Previously it was divided into 100 fillér, but today, fillér coins are not in circulation. The forint was introduced on 1st of August in 1946, marking a crucial step for post- World War II Hungary. The forint has remained relatively stable until the 1980s, but a transition to a market economy in the early 1990s adversely affected the value of the forint.The US dollar needs no introduction and it is paired with all the main world currencies. It dates back to 1792, when the United States Congress created the US dollar as the country's currency.USD/HUF is the abbreviation used for the pair consisting of the US Dollar and Hungarian Forint. It shows how much the base currency, which in this case is USD (base currency) is worth as measured against the counter currency, in this case being HUF. For example, USD/HUF = 286.10 indicates that one US Dollar can buy 286.10 Hungarian Forints.

1. If Hungary changes their currency in to EUR like it is predicted to happen, it might be difficult to get your money's worth when exchanging this pair. Investors should always keep an eye out for any news regarding the possible addition of Hungary as one of the countries using the EUR. This would have devastating effects on the currency, and hence, the pair. 2. Changes on exchange rates by the FED will affect the USD, also advances on the trade war between the US and China will make move the pair's price.

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