Monetary

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Monetary

Spanish - Monetary

Money used (currency)

Following are the currencies used in countries where Spanish is the official language. In Latin American countries where the dollar symbol ($) is used, it is common to use the abbreviation M.N. (moneda nacional) to distinguish the national currency from the U.S. dollar in situations where the context doesn't make clear which currency is meant.



Country

 

Monetary System

Argentina   Argentine peso ($)
Bolivia   Boliviano (Bs)Money
Chile   Chilean peso ($)
Colombia   Colombian peso ($)
Costa Rica   Costa rican colón (¢)
Cuba   Cuban peso ($)
Dominican Republic   Dominican pesos ($)
Ecuador   Dólares ($)
El Salvador   Dólares ($)
Guinea Ecuatorial   Franco (CFAfr)
Guatamala   Quetzales (Q)
Honduras   Lempira (L)
Mexico   Mexican peso ($)
Nicaragua   Córdoba (C$)
Panama (Panamá)   Balboas (B/)
Paragua   Guarani (G)
Peru   Nuevo sol (S/)
Spain (España)   Euros (€)
Uruguay   Uruguayan peso ($)
Venezuelia   Bolívar (Bs)

        -Exchange Rates-(May not be 100% accurate)


This page is out dated so these rates are not accurate.

1 Argentine peso = 0.2553 USD

1 Bolivian boliviano = 0.14245 USD

1 Chilean peso = 0.0018 USD

1 Colombian peso = 0.0005 USD

1 Costa Rican colón = 0.0018 USD

1 Cuban peso = 1.08 USD

1 Dominican peso = 0.0272 USD

1 Ecuadorian Dólares = 1 USD

1 Salvadoran dolar = 1 USD

4,280 Ecuatorial Guinea Franc = 1 USD

1 Quetzales = 0.12 USD

1 Honduran Lempira = 0.05 USD

1 Mexican peso = 0.0778 USD

1 Córdoba = 0.05 USD

1 Balboas = 0.99 USD

4765 Guarani = 1 USD

2.85 Nuevo Sol = 1 USD

1 Euro = 1.1985 USD

1 Uruguayan peso = 0.0519 USD

1 Venezuelan bolívar = 0.0005 USD

 

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