The Argentine peso is the primary unit of currency in use throughout Argentina. As of July 2014, one American dollar was worth about 8.18 Argentine pesos. More »

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The most notable ally for Argentina is the United States, while Britain is considered their largest enemy. There are other concerns that make most countries switch from allies to enemies, and it depends on the current ec... More »

Moneygram fees to transfer money vary widely depending on where the individual is sending and receiving the money and how much money is being transferred. For example, to transfer $100.00 within the United States, it cos... More »

The Mexican peso is the national currency of Mexico and has been in use since the 1800s, according to Currency Information. Just as subunits of the U.S. dollar are known as "cents," subunits of the Mexican peso carry the... More »

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Some facts about the Philippine peso include that it is a decimal system of currency, meaning that each unit is made up of 10 smaller units, and that the peso is denoted by a unique symbol, which is a “P” with two horizo... More »

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Upon its introduction in 1975, the Chilean peso was valued at 1,000 escudos, the official Chilean currency it replaced. From 1975 to 1999, the Central Bank of Chile managed the exchange rate through a variety of means, i... More »

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England uses the currency of the United Kingdom, whose unit of currency is the pound sterling, with note denominations of £5, £10, £20 and £50. As a European Union member, the United Kingdom accepts the euro in trade but... More »

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