Germany uses the Euro. It was first introduced in 1990 and followed the Deutsche Mark as the country's national currency. More »

The German currency before the euro was the Deutsche mark or German mark. One mark was divided into 100 pfennig, just as one euro is divided into 100 cents. The Deutsche mark ceased to be legal tender immediately upon th... More »

According to the Chinese University of Hong Kong, the unit of currency used in Malaysia is the Malaysian ringgit. Its primary subunit is the sen, with one ringgit being comprised of 100 sen. More »

Germany began to use the Euro as its sole currency on Jan. 1, 2002, officially replacing the Deutsche Mark. The German government had previously adopted the Euro as its acceptable currency during a transitional time that... More »

Viewing a price comparison chart between the Euro and the dollar requires a currency calculator. There are many sites, such as X-rate.com and fx-rate.com, with free online currency calculators that can provide an answer ... More »

To find out the Euro rate for today, visit websites such as X-Rates.com or XE.com, and then use the online currency conversion tool to compare the exchange rates. The two websites provide the latest exchange rates for di... More »

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The Euro, which is the legal currency of 18 members of the European Union, includes bank notes, which are identical for each nation, and coins, which have a common design on one side and a nation-specific theme on the ot... More »