The official Germany Currency is the Euro which replaced German Mark in the year 1999 and now the Euro is used by most of the countries in Europe. The Germany Currency or the Euro is measured by its price against other country’s rate of currency.
A person moving to Germany and wants to have Germany Currency needs to change his country’s currency with Euro and then would be enabled to make any kind of monetary transactions in Germany as well as some other countries in the European Union.
It is calculated that the one unit of Euro is equal to nearly 2 Deutsche Mark which was the official Germany Currency until the year 1999. The Germany Currency is now among the top performing in the whole world which is because of the popularity that is enjoyed by the bonds from the various Germany Companies in comparison to the bonds that are issued by other countries.
Another reason of the prosperity of the Germany currency can be that people all around the globe are looking to exchange the Deutsche Mark possessed by them which is also enriching the nation.
Deutsche Borse and some other companies have also played a big role in enhancing the Germany Currency against other currencies in other parts of the world. The Germany Currency is also immensely helped by the success of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange which is also the highest earning stock exchange in Europe and this exchange is backed by Deutsche Borse and this is doing a superb job. At the present time the stock exchanges across Germany deal with EURO which is accepted by most of the countries in the European Union.
If we take a look at the present rate of the Germany Currency or the Euro against other major countries in the world, it would show that a single unit of EURO would be equal to :
British Pound 0.68
American Dollar 1.37
Japanese Yen 163.34
Last Updated on : 25th June 2013