Currency exchange charts can be found online at many financial websites, including X-Rates, XE and the United States Department of the Treasury. Money exchange charts compare the value of different currencies and often provide current exchange rate information as well as historical data.
The exchange rate table on the X-Rates website allows individuals to select any world currency in any amount to compare with all other currencies. The site lists the top ten currencies compared to the selected currency first, followed by the remaining countries in alphabetical order. The chart displays the exchange rate and the inverse. The site also gives information about a given currency's value percent change over the last 24 hours.
XE compares two currencies with one another, graphing the relationship of the two currencies over the past day, week, month or year, or over a longer period defined by the user, providing up to 10 years of historical data. The site uses mid-market rates to determine the history of the exchange rate between the two selected currencies.
The United States Department of the Treasury presents current money exchange information as well as historical rates. The agency gives quarterly exchange rate information compared to one U.S. Dollar. The exchange rates given are the official rates determined by the Secretary of the Treasury.