List of world currency codes and symbols including country flag and links to currency converter and further information for each currency.

Popular Currencies:

Country Currency Code Symbol
USD United States US Dollar USD $
EUR European Union Euro EUR
JPY Japan Japanese yen JPY ¥
GBP Great Britain Pound Sterling GBP £
AUD Australia Australian Dollar AUD $
CHF Switzerland Swiss Franc CHF CHF
CAD Canada Canadian Dollar CAD $
HKD Hong Kong Hong Kong Dollar HKD $
SEK Sweden Swedish krona SEK kr
NZD New Zealand New Zealand Dollar NZD $
KRW South Korea South Korean Won KRW
SGD Singapore Singapore Dollar SGD $, S$
NOK Norway Norwegian Krone NOK kr
MXN Mexico Mexican Peso MXN $, Mex$
INR India Indian Rupee INR

All Currencies (Sorted By Code):

Country Currency Code Symbol
United Arab Emirates Dirham AED د.إ
Afghanistan Afghan Afghani AFN Af, Afs
Albania Albanian Lek ALL Lek
Armenia Armenian Dram AMD դր
Netherlands Antillean Guilder ANG NAƒ, NAf, ƒ, or f
Argentina Argentine Peso ARS $
Australia Australian Dollar AUD $
Aruba Aruban Florin AWG Afl.
Azerbaijan Azerbaijani Manat AZN m, man
Bosnia and Herzegovina Convertible Mark BAM KM
Barbados Barbadian Dollar BBD $, Bds$
BDT Bangladesh Bangladeshi Taka BDT , Tk
BGN Bulgaria Bulgarian Lev BGN
BMD Bermuda Bermudian Dollar BMD $, BD$
BND Brunei Brunei Dollar BND $, B$
BRL Brazil Brazilian Real BRL $, R$
BSD Bahamas Bahamian Dollar BSD $, B$
BWP Botswana Botswana Pula BWP P
BYR Belarus Belarusian Ruble BYR Br
BZD Belize Belize Dollar BZD $, BZ$
CDF Congo Congolese Franc CDF FC
CLP Chile Chilean Peso CLP $
CNY China Renminbi (yaun) CNY ¥
COP Colombia Colombian Peso COP $, COL$
CRC Costa Rica Costa Rican Colon CRC
CUP Cuba Cuban Peso CUP $, $MN
CZK Czech Republic Czech Koruna CZK
DKK Denmark Danish Krone DKK kr
DOP Dominican Republic Dominican Peso DOP $, RD$
DZD Algeria Algerian Dinar DZD , DA
EGP Egypt Egyptian Pound EGP , LE, E£
ETB Ethiopia Ethiopian Birr ETB Br
FJD Fiji Fijian Dollar FJD $, FJ$
FKP Falkland Islands Falkland Islands Pound FKP £, FK£
GEL Georgia Georgian Lari GEL N/A
GHS Ghana Ghana Cedi GHS
GIP Gibraltar Gibraltar Pound GIP £
GNF Republic of Guinea Guinean Franc GNF FG
GTQ Guatemala Guatemalan Quetzal GTQ Q
GYD Guyana Guyanese Dollar GYD $, G$
HNL Honduras Honduran Lempira HNL L
HRK Croatia Croatian Kuna HRK kn
HTG Haiti Haitian Gourde HTG G
HUF Hungary Hungarian Forint HUF Ft
IDR Indonesia Indonesian Rupiah IDR Rp
ILS Israel Israeli New Shekel ILS
IQD Iraq Iraqi Dinar IQD
IRR Iran Iranian Rial IRR
ISK Iceland Icelandic Króna ISK kr, Íkr
JMD Jamaica Jamaican Dollar JMD $, J$
JOD Jordan Jordanian Dinar JOD JD
KES Kenya Kenyan Shilling KES KSh
KGS Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstani Som KGS none
KHR Cambodia Cambodian Rie KHR
KMF Comoros Comorian Franc KMF CF
KPW North Korea North Korean Won KPW
KWD Kuwait Kuwaiti Dinar KWD , K.D.
KYD Cayman Islands Cayman Islands Dollar KYD $, CI$
KZT Kazakhstan Kazakhstani Tenge KZT
LAK Laos Lao Kip LAK
LBP Lebanon Lebanese Pound LBP £, L£,
LKR Sri Lanka Sri Lankan Rupee LKR
LRD Liberia Liberian Dollar LRD $, L$
LTL Lithuania Lithuanian Litas LTL Lt
LVL Latvia Latvian Lats LVL Ls
LYD Libya Libyan Dinar LYD , LD
Morocco Moroccan Dirham MAD د.م.
Moldova Moldovan Leu MDL none
Madagascar Malagasy Ariary MGA none
Macedonia Macedonian Denar MKD ден
Mongolia Mongolian Togrog MNT
Mauritania Mauritanian Ouguiya MRO UM
Mauritius Mauritian Rupee MUR Rs
Maldives Maldivian Rufiyaa MVR .ރ, Rf, MRf
Malawi Malawian Kwacha MWK MK
Malaysia Malaysian Ringgit MYR RM
Mozambique Mozambican Metical MZN MT
Namibia Namibian Dollar NAD $, N$
Nigeria Nigerian Naira NGN
Nicaragua Nicaraguan Cordoba NIO C$
Nepal Nepalese Rupee NPR रू, ₨, Rs
Oman Omani Rial OMR ر.ع
Panama Panamanian Balboa PAB B/.
Peru Peruvian Nuevo Sol PEN S/.
Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinean Kina PGK K
Philippines Philippine Peso PHP
Pakistan Pakistani Rupee PKR Rs
Poland Polish Złoty PLN
Paraguay Paraguayan Guarani PYG
Qatar Qatari Riyal QAR ر.ق, QR
Romania Romanian Leu RON none
Russian Federation Russian Ruble RUB руб, р
Rwanda Rwandan Franc RWF R₣, RF, FRw

Whether considering investing in foreign currency or merely looking up currency conversion rates, the symbol used to denote a currency isn’t all that is required. The dollar sign, $, is used by Australia, Canada, and the United States, for example. Knowing the exact currency code will ascertain which currency is in question or, in investing terms, in play.

Alpha Codes

The most commonly used and more easily identified currency code structure uses ISO 3166, two-letter country code and a third alpha character for the currency used.

For example, Australia’s ISO 3166 alpha country code is AU. Its currency is the dollar. Therefore, the three-character code for Australian currency-its currency code-is AUD.

Every country has a two-letter code, but not every country uses independent currency. The European Union comprises several European countries with individual country codes, but they all use the same currency, the euro.

Spain, for example has a country code of ES. Its currency used to be the Peseta. Before the country adopted the euro, its currency code was ESP. However, since conversion, it-along with every member of the European Union-notes a currency code of EUR, denoting only the euro.

Numerical Currency Codes

Most people are not aware there are three-digit currency codes. In typical live venues, the numerical codes are not visible and are rarely mentioned in trading publications or newspapers. They do, however, have value and importance.

Each numerical code designates not just a country and monetary system, it also can denote financial transactions that are based on non-monetary modes of trade, such as gold or silver. There is even a numerical code for ‘not otherwise listed.’

The primary difficulty in using numerical codes is that the exact number sequence must be accurate to correctly annotate the currency designation. If either a digit or a sequence is incorrect, erroneous information is presented.

Alpha currency codes are more commonly used because of that.


Three-digit currency codes specify transaction currencies, and not all transactions involving modes of currency involve a country’s monetary system. Accuracy is imperative and often confusing. The Australian dollar’s numeric currency code is 036, for example, but 360 denotes Indonesia and the Rupiah.

Alpha codes denote currency designations. The ending letter D is for dollar, but there’s a difference between the Australian dollar and the New Zealand dollar, respectively represented as AUD and NZD. The simplicity of the alpha currency codes is a primary impetus in its common use.