What kind of money does England use?

Answer England uses the British sterling as its money. The sterling is also referred to as a pound. With English money, 100 pence equals one pound. The symbol used for pounds is £, so 5 pounds and 30 pen... Read More »

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What type of money does England use?

According to British school Woodlands Junior the currency used in England in 2010 is the pound sterling, which is abbreviated as GBP or Great British Pound. As England is part of the European Union... Read More »

What does e stand for in money terms in England?

The monetary system in England is based on the GBP (Great English pound) and is represented by a "£" symbol. There are 100 pence in a pound sterling, and a single pence is a penny.Source:England T... Read More »

What kind of money does mexico use?

Mexico uses the peso as its basic monetary unit. The value of the peso decreased from 10.898 per U.S. dollar in 2005 to 13.64 in 2009. As of early 2010, one U.S. dollar was worth about 12.85 Mexic... Read More »

What kind of money does ecuador use?

Ecuador is located on the Pacific coast of South America and is bordered by Colombia to the north and Peru to the east and south. The U.S. dollar is currently the official currency of Ecuador.Histo... Read More »