The global currency markets have been in a tailspin for months, with a variety of currencies falling in value and causing havoc around the world.

Here are five of the most outrageous currency crashes in history.1.

Japan’s Nikkei 225 dropped below 300 in mid-June and hit a record low of around 300.

This was followed by the British pound’s decline, dropping to below 50 cents in early July, and then hitting a record lows of around $1.70 in late July.

The Swiss franc, on the other hand, continued to fall in value, falling below $1 per franc in early August.2.

The euro fell below $2.40 in mid July and remained at this low level until September.3.

The Australian dollar reached a record high of around 93.2 cents in late August.4.

The British pound dropped to a record lowest of around 99.99 pounds, a mark which is currently above 97 cents.5.

The Chinese yuan hit a one-year high of $1,099.30, breaking the previous record of $959.30 set in December 2010.6.

The Mexican peso fell to around $8.15 in mid August and the Brazilian real plunged by more than 70% in early September.7.

The Japanese yen lost more than 80% of its value to around 97.70 yen in early October.8.

The Canadian dollar plunged to around 92.50 cents on Monday.9.

The Norwegian krone was the lowest in more than 30 years, falling to just 1.23 euros in late September.10.

The Euro fell to its lowest level since 1992, and was also in a bear market, falling from $1 to just under 1.30 euros.