Exchange Rate GDP Comparison, 2005 - 2014Your model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
This model shows the exchange rates and nominal GDP of the select countries against the USD and US GDP respectively from 2005-2014. The five countries are Russia (Green), Brazil (Yellow), Japan (White), UK (Red), and Germany (Black). The country currency/USD exchange rate and country GDP/US GDP ratios are normalized.
The developing countries Russia and Brazil far exceed the GDP growth of the US, UK, Germany and Japan. However this GDP growth does not seem to correspond well with exchange rate as the British pound (GBP) and Russian ruble (RUB) see general growth over this period, while the euro (EUR) yen (JPY) and Brazilian real (BRL) all decline.