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CURRENCY CODES


A Standard Currency Codes is a detailed figure used as shorthand for a money name, particularly in reference to quantities of currency. They usually utilize the 1st letter or character of the money, sometimes with minor changes such as ligatures or overlaid perpendicular or horizontal bars. Nowadays, ISO 4217 codes are used as a substitute of exchange signs for most bureaucrat purposes, though money signs may be in common use in many other contexts. Few currencies in the world have no short-hand pictogram at all.

International Money Symbols

The Alphabetical Listings represents Currency codes for all countries around the world


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Country Name Currency Code Currency Symbol Currency Name
Afghanistan AFN (old code: AFA) Afghani
Albanian ALL Lek
Algerian DZD   Dinar
Andorran ADF  Franc
Andorran ADP   Peseta
Angolan AOA (old code: AON)  Kwanza
Antillian
(Netherlands)
ANG Guilder
Arab Emirates
(United)
AED  Dirham
Argentine ARS (old code: ARA) Peso
Armenian AMD  Dram
Aruban AWG Florin
Australian AUD Dollar
Austrian EUR (prior to 2002: ATS)  Schilling
Azerbaijan AZN (old code: AZM) Manat


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