The currency of Brazil is called the Real, according to the XE website. The Real's currency code is BRL and its symbol is R$. The minor unit of the Real is the Centavo, which amounts to 1/100 R$. More »

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As of 2014, the currency that is in use in Brazil is the real. The real was introduced in 1994 and issued at par at the time with the U.S. dollar. More »

Brazil's monetary system is based on the Brazilian real (BRL). Brazilian coins, called centavos, are worth a percentage of the real. Paper money is in multiples of reals. More »

The monetary currency of Brazil is called the Brazilian Real. The Real consists of 100 centavos, and when written uses the symbol R$. The currency exchange uses BRL as the symbol to refer to the Brazilian Real. More »

XE is a website that facilitates currency exchange and has a currency converter tool that includes live rates of the value of currency. Yahoo! Finance also offers a currency converter, available at Finance.yahoo.com unde... More »

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As of 2014, the currency that is in use in Brazil is the real. The real was introduced in 1994 and issued at par at the time with the U.S. dollar. More »

According to Encyclopedia Britannica, the weather in Brazil varies from a humid tropical climate to a dry climate depending on the region. The Northeast region of Brazil generally has much less precipitation than other p... More »