Euro is the currency (money) of the countries in the eurozone. One euro is divided into 100 cent (officially) (singular) or" cents" (unofficially).
Because of the number of different languages in the European Union, there are different, unofficial, names for this unit (the French call them" centimes" and the Spanish" cntimos"for example). Jul 20, 2017 Currency refers to the system of money for a particular country.
In the case of the euro, it refers to the system of bank notes and coins used by the Eurozone members of the European Union. How to write money amounts April 7, 2013 Malcolm Pemberton Business life, Economics, Finland, Grammar, Vocabulary euro, Finland, GDP, Gross domestic product, how to use currency abbreviations, how to use currency symbols, how to write about money 27 Comments The euro sign () is the currency sign used for the euro, the official currency of the European Union (EU) and other nonEU countries (Kosovo, Montenegro).
The design was presented to the public by the European Commission on 12 December 1996. Mar 16, 2009 Yes you will usually see it written as 1, 50 with a comma, although when British bar owners write it they often use a decimal point in place of the comma eg 2.
25 and sometime with the sign at the front eg 2. 50. This depends wildly on the country. Basically, the correct way is the way the currency used before 2002 was written. Wikipedia has an excellent article on the linguistic issues concerning the euro. The usual way to write amounts in