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Tried to replace my stock list with forex broke my algo

List Symbols = new List
{
"EURUSD",
"AUDUSD",
"USDJPY",
"AUDJPY",
"EURCHF",
"EURGBP",
"EURJPY",
"GBPAUD",
"GBPJPY",
"NZDUSD",
"USDCAD",
"USDCHF",
"USDJPY",
};

List SymbolData = new List();

public override void Initialize()
{
SetCash(50000);
SetStartDate(2009, 1, 1);

foreach (var symbol in Symbols)
{
AddSecurity(SecurityType.Forex, symbol, Resolution.Minute);


First day of using C# so i am sure i have made a silly mistake

"Backtest Error: Error initializing algorithm: Algorithm.AddSecurity(): The key already existed in the dictionary."
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The symbol USDJPY is added twice in the list.
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haha thats embarrassing!
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