Monedas y tipo de cambio

Definición

Moneda es todo recurso de fácil e inmediato acceso, que puede ser utilizado para saldar deudas, realizar transacciones monetarias, ser ampliamente aceptado y otorgar a su titular el derecho a adquirir productos y servicios.

Las siguientes son algunas definiciones para el término "moneda":

Las divisas son emitidas y controladas normalmente por una figura central (gobierno), quien se encarga de gestionar para fijar y controlar el valor.

Convertidores de moneda:

ISO 4217 is a standard established by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), which in order to facilitate and end confusion between a large number of currencies called "dollar", "pound" and others called "franc" (and all with different values), defined a three letter code to represent the currencies in each country.

Below are some examples of codes and their corresponding countries:

# Code Currency Country in circulation
1 USD US Dollar United States
2 CAD Canadian Dollar Canada
3 AUD Australian Dollar Australia
4 BRL Brazilian Real Brazil
5 GBP Pound Sterling United Kingdom
6 EUR Euro Countries participating in the European Union
7 JPY Yen Japan
8 SEK Swedish Krona Sweden
9 DKK Danish krone Denmark
10 NOK Norwegian Krone Norwegian
11 CHF Swiss Franc Switzerland

Currency quotes and exchange rates

Represents the price of a foreign currency in relation to a currency in another country. It reflects the cost and strength of one currency relative to another.


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