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Central banks and currencies of Central America and South America

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Central banks and currencies of Central America and South America

This is a list of central banks and currencies of Central America and South America.

Country Currency Central bank
Central America
 Belize Belize dollar Central Bank of Belize
 Costa Rica Costa Rican colón Banco Central de Costa Rica
 El Salvador US dollar Banco Central de Reserva de El Salvador
 Guatemala Guatemalan quetzal Banco de Guatemala
 Honduras Honduran lempira Banco Central de Honduras
 Nicaragua Nicaraguan córdoba Banco Central de Nicaragua
 Panama US dollar Banco Nacional de Panamá
South America
 Argentina Argentine peso Banco Central de la República Argentina
 Bolivia Bolivian boliviano Banco Central de Bolivia
 Brazil Brazilian real Banco Central do Brasil
 Chile Chilean peso Banco Central de Chile
 Colombia Colombian peso Banco de la República
 Ecuador US dollar Banco Central del Ecuador
 Falkland Islands Falkland Islands pound Government of the Falkland Islands
 French Guiana Euro European Central Bank
 Guyana Guyanese dollar Bank of Guyana
 Paraguay Paraguayan guaraní Banco Central del Paraguay
 Peru Peruvian nuevo sol Banco Central de Reserva del Perú
 Suriname Surinamese dollar Centrale Bank van Suriname
 Uruguay Uruguayan peso Banco Central del Uruguay
 Venezuela Venezuelan bolívar Banco Central de Venezuela
 Canada Canadian dollar Bank of Canada
 Greenland Danish krone Danmarks Nationalbank
 Mexico Mexican peso Banco de México
 United States US dollar Federal Reserve Bank

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