Currencies of the World - Comprehensive list of all currencies of the world, with subdivisions, ISO-4217 codes, and exchange rate regime.
Currency - In economics, the term currency can refer to a particular currency, for example, the Euro, or to the coins and banknotes of a particular currency, which comprise the physical aspects of a nation's money supply. The other part of a nation's money supply consists of bank deposits (sometimes called deposit money), ownership of which can be transferred by means of cheques, debit cards, or other forms of money transfer. Related concepts:
How Much Is That? - This service is now on Measuring Worth, where you can ask questions of comparative value covering prices, purchasing power, earnings, GDP, interest rates, exchange rates and other economic variables. The calculators allow you to convert past values into current values (and vice versa).
Inflation Calculator - Adjusts any given amount of money for inflation, according to the Consumer Price Index, from 1800 to 2010.
Interactive Currency Table - Allows you to create cross rate tables based in the currency of your choice, using current or historical rates. First, select a base currency using the scrolling selection boxes.
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