World Currencies

A currency is a kind of money and medium of exchange. It includes metal coins and paper or polymer banknotes. Each country generally has a monopoly on the issuing of its own currency, although some countries use the same currency. Most members of the European Union, for example, use the Euro as their basic currency.

Asked in Mexico, World Currencies

What is the currency of Mexico?

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The Mexican Peso is the currency of Mexico; its symbol and code are $ and MXN. The most important currencies' exchange rates for Mexican Pesos (Jan 2017) are: Euros: 1 EUR = 22.97 MXN (conversely 1 MXN = 0.044EUR) US Dollars: 1 USD = 21.66 MXN (conversely 1 MXN = 0.046 USD) British Pounds: 1 GBP = 26.14 MXN (conversely 1 MXN = 0.038 GBP) Canadian Dollars: 1 CAD = 16.47 MXN (conversely 1 MXN = 0.061 CAD) Japanese Yens: 1 JPY = 0.19 MXN (conversely 1 MXN = 5.27 JPY) Mexican denominations include 0.05 (five cents or centavos), 0.10, 0.20 , 0.50, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 coins as well as 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 bank notes. 100 centavos = 1 peso
Asked in World Currencies

How many countries that have currency logo?

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Pound (£) Dollar ($) Israeli new Shekel (₪) Euro (€) Yen (¥) Indian Rupees US cent (¢)
Asked in Norway, World Currencies, European Union

Does Norway use the Euro currency?

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No, Norway do not use the euro. The currency of Norway is the Norwegian krone.
Asked in Poland, World Currencies

Is Polands Currency the Euro?

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No, the currency in Poland is Polish Zloty (PLN). However, Poland is expected to join the Euro by 2017.
Asked in South Africa, World Currencies

Whose country's currency is called Rand?

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It is the Republic of South Africa
Asked in World Currencies, Qatar

What kind of money does Qatar use?

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The currency used by Qatar is Riyals.
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Units of Measure, World Currencies

How many farthings in 1 pound?

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A farthing is 1/960 pound Sterling. So there are 960 Farthings in a British Pound, At least according to Wikipedia : ) A Farthing is a former British coin that was abolished in 1960. A Farthing is old English for a quarter, in this case a quarter of a penny. £1 = 4 x 12 x 20 Farthings = 960 Farthings.
Asked in Miscellaneous, World Currencies

What would 500.00 in 1877 be worth today?

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Due to inflation, $500 in 1877 is equal to $9626.47
Asked in World Currencies

What is the currency used in Hamburg?

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Hamburg in Germany use the Euro.
Asked in World Currencies, Mauritius

What is the national currency of Mauritius?

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The "Mauritian Rupee" In October 2010, 1 Mauritius Rupee (MUR) = 0.03265 US Dollar (USD.
Asked in World Currencies

Can US Dollars be used in Brazil?

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No. Unless you're buying something on the black market. Otherwise, you'll be expected to use Brazilian money, the real.
Asked in Switzerland, World Currencies

What is the currency of Switzerland?

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The Swiss Franc, or Frank (abbreviation: CHF), which is divided up into 100 units called Rappen in German, Centimes in French, Centesimi in Italian and Rap in Romansh. All the countries surrounding them use Euros, except Liechtenstein which also uses Swiss Franks.
Asked in World Currencies

What kind of money did the pilgrims use?

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Gold Pence, Silver Pence, Copper Pence
Asked in World Currencies, Swift Codes and Routing Numbers

Swift routing number of shinhan bank in Korea?

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SHBKKRSE Further information; Shinhan Bank America 213-380-8300
Asked in World Currencies

How much is 250 yen in dollars?

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250 Yen is $3.0077 so rounded would be about $3.01
Asked in Australia, World Currencies

What is the currency of Australia?

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Australia's currency is the Australian Dollar (AUD). There are 100 cents in the Australian Dollar. Australia adopted this currency on the 14th of February, 1966. Its value is heavily influenced by commodity prices with traditionally high interest rates a factor. The symbol for the Australian Dollar is $ (sometimes written as "A$" when used internationally). From 1910 to 1966, Australia used a monetary system system identical to the old British system of Pounds, Shillings and Pence. 12 Pence to a Shilling, 20 Shillings to a Pound.