The Chilean peso is the national currency of the República de Chile, and is regulated by Chile’s Central Bank. A long-time colony of Spain, Chile had used Spanish currency for centuries until 1835, when a domestic form of the peso was first introduced.
The first Chilean peso was introduced in 1817, at a value of 8 Spanish colonial reales. Until 1851, the peso was subdivided into 8 reales, with the escudo worth 2 pesos.
Chilean Peso 1 CLPin CLP Australian Dollar0.0022456.6 Canadian Dollar0.0019526.3 Swiss Franc0.0021476.2 Euro0.0015657.9 British Pound0.0013793.
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Chilean peso serves as the national currency for the Republic of Chile, a South American country with other peso using neighboring countries like Argentina, Colombia and Uruguay. The other countries that have been using peso as their currency unit are Dominican Republic, Mexico, Cuba and Philippines.
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Chilean Peso Hits Nine-Month High on Foreign-Exchange Selling Plan - Chilean pesoA Chilean government plan is likely to continue to push the national currency up, as it will sell $40 million daily in the Foreign-Exchange market, boosting confidence for the South American
Chilean Peso Breaks Another Record on Copper Rise - Chilean pesoThe main Chilean metallic export provided support for the peso to reach the highest level in 16 months versus the greenback as demand for copper is on the rise after global economies showed
Chilean peso interest-rate swaps surged the most in two years after the central bank said it may need to raise borrowing costs faster than forecast after a magnitude-8.8 earthquake rocked the country on Feb. 27.