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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Currency_sign

List of presently-circulating currency signs[td]
SymbolUsesNotes
¤
Generic currency signUsed when the correct sign is not available
Afghan afghani
Ar
Malagasy ariary[4]
Thai baht, Bitcoin
B/.
Panamanian balboa
Br
Ethiopian birr

Belarusian ruble
Bs.
Venezuelan bolívar

Bolivian boliviano
Bolívar sometimes Bs.F.
Venezuelan bolívar variantUsually Bs.
Ghana cedi
cent, centavo, &c.A centesimal subdivision of currencies such as the US dollar, the Canadian dollar, and the Mexican peso. (See article.)

See also c
cent &c. variantPreferred by currencies such as the Australian, New Zealand, South African cents; the West African CFA centime; and the divisions of the euro.

See also ¢
Lithuanian centasA centesimal division of the litas
Bhutanese chhertumA centesimal division of the ngultrum.
Costa Rican colónAlso used for the former Salvadoran colón, which was discontinued in 2001 in favor of the US dollar, but remains accepted as legal tender.
Gambian dalasi
Macedonian denarLatin form: DEN
Algerian dinarLatin form: DA
Bahraini dinarLatin form: BD
Iraqi dinar
Jordanian dinar
Kuwaiti dinarLatin form: K.D.
Libyan dinarLatin form: LD
Serbian dinarLatin form: din.
Tunisian dinarLatin form: DT
Moroccan dirhamLatin forms: DH or Dhs
United Arab Emirates dirhamLatin forms: DH or Dhs
São Tomé and Príncipe dobra
United States (US$), Australian (A$), Bahamian (B$), Barbadian (Bds$), Belizean (BZ$), Bermudian (BD$), Brunei (B$), Canadian (CA$), Cayman Islands (CI$), East Caribbean (EC$), Fiji (FJ$), Guyanese (G$),[5] Hong Kong (HK$/元/圓), Jamaican (J$), Kiribati, Liberian (L$ or LD$), Namibian (N$), New Zealand (NZ$), Singaporean (S$), Soloman Islands (SI$), Surinamese (SRD), Taiwanese (NT$/元/圓), Trinidad and Tobago (TT$), Tuvaluan, and Zimbabwean (Z$) dollars

Argentine, Chilean (CLP$), Colombian (COL$), Cuban ($MN), Cuban convertible (CUC$), Dominican (RD$), Mexican (Mex$), and Uruguayan ($U) pesos

Nicaraguan córdoba (C$)

Brazilian real (R$)

Tongan paʻanga
May appear with either one or two bars, both of which currently share the same unicode space.

Kiribati and Tuvalu's dollars are pegged 1:1 with the Australian dollar.

Brunei's dollar is pegged 1:1 with the Singaporean dollar.


See also MOP$ and WS$
Vietnamese đồng
Armenian dramUnicode : ֏
Cape Verdean escudoAlso the double-barred dollar sign (cifrão):
European euroIn addition to the members of the eurozone, the Vatican, San Marino, and Monaco have been granted issuing rights for coinage but not banknotes.
Aruban florin (Afl.)[6]

Netherlands Antillean guilder (NAƒ)
Hungarian forint
Burundian franc
Central African CFA francAlso CFA[7]

Pegged 1:1 with West African CFA franc
Comorian (CF), Congolese (CF), Djiboutian (Fdj/DF), Guinean (FG/GFr) and Swiss (SFr) francsAlso F. The character ₣, representing an F with a double bar, proposed as a symbol for the French Franc by Édouard Balladur in 1988 was never adopted, it is represented by a ligature Fr in some fonts.
Rwandan franc[8]Possibly also RF[9] and RFr[10]
CFA
West African CFA francPegged 1:1 with Central African CFA franc
Haitian gourde
Polish groszA centesimal division of the złoty
Paraguayan guaraníOr [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filearag-guarani-G.svg][/url]
Czech haléřA centesimal division of the koruna
Ukrainian hryvnia
Lao kipOr ₭N
Czech koruna
kr
Danish (Dkr) and Norwegian krones

Swedish krona

Faroese and Icelandic (Íkr) króna
Faroese króna pegged 1:1 with Danish krone,
":-" is used as an alternative sign for the Swedish krona, ",-" is used as an alternative sign for the Norwegian and Danish krones.
Croatian kuna
Malawian kwacha
Zambian kwacha
Angolan kwanza
Myanma kyat

Papua New Guinean kina
Georgian lari
Latvian lats
Albanian lek

Honduran lempira
Also used as the currency sign for the Lesotho one-loti and the Swazi one-lilangeni note

Also uncommonly used for the pound sign £
Sierra Leonean leone
Swazi lilangeniSign based on the plural form "emalangeni.

" The one-lilageni note employs the currency sign
L
Croatian lipaA centesimal division of the kuna.
Turkish lira
Lithuanian litas
Lesotho lotiSign based on plural form "maloti.

" The one-loti note employs the currency sign
L
Azerbaijani manatAlso m. and man.
КМ
Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible markLatin form: KM
MT
Mozambican metical[11]Also MTn
Mill, mil, &.cAn uncommon millesimal subdivision of US dollars and other currencies. (See article.)
Eritrean nakfaAlso Nfa[7]
Nigerian naira
Bhutanese ngultrum
Mauritanian ouguiya[12]
Macanese patacaAlsoand
Philippine pesoAlso P, PhP, and P
Egyptian piastreA centesimal division of the Egyptian pound.
British, Falkland Islands (FK£), Gibraltar, Lebanese (LL), Manx, St. Helena, Sudanese and Syrian (LS) poundsAlsoand L
Egyptian poundLatin: L.E. Rarely £E or
Botswana pula
Guatemalan quetzal
Albanian qindarkëA centesimal division of the lek.
South African randAlso sometimes Russian &c. rubles
Brazilian realAlso the double-barred dollar sign:
ريال
Iranian rialScript for "rial," a currency name also used by other nations.
Omani rial
Qatari riyalLatin: QR
Saudi riyalLatin: SR. Also: ریال
Cambodian riel
Malaysian ringgit
British &c. pennies

Transnistrian ruble
The penny is now a centesimal division of the pound.
Maldivian rufiyaaAlso MRf., MVR and
()
Indian rupeeUnicode:
Mauritian,[13] Nepalese[14] (N₨/रू.) and Sri Lankan (SLRs/රු) rupees
(PKR)
Pakistani Rupee
Seychellois rupee[15]Also SR
Indonesian rupiah
Latvian santīmsA centesimal division of the lats.
Israeli new shekel
Kenyan shillingAlso KSh
Somali shilling[16]
Ugandan shilling
S/.
Peruvian nuevo sol
SDR
Special drawing rights
Bulgarian lev
Kyrgyzstani som
Bangladeshi TakaAlso Tk
Samoan tālāSign based on previous name "West Samoan tala."

Also
T and ST.

See also $
Kazakhstani tengeUnicode:
Mongolian tögrög
Vanuatu vatu[17]
North Korean and South Korean won
Japanese yen (円/圓)

Chinese Renminbi yuan (元/圆)
Used with one and two crossbars.

元 is also used in reference to the Macanese pataca and Hong Kong and Taiwanese dollars.
Polish złoty



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