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  1. The Eastern Caribbean dollar (symbol: EC$; code: XCD) is the currency of all seven full members and one associate member of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS). The successor to the British West Indies dollar , it has existed since 1965, and it is normally abbreviated with the dollar sign $ or, alternatively, EC$ to distinguish ...

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  2. The East Caribbean dollar (sign: $; code: XCD) is the currency of eight of the nine members of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (the exception is the British Virgin Islands). It has existed since 1965, when it replaced the British West Indies dollar , and it is normally abbreviated with the dollar sign $ or, alternatively, EC$ to ...

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    Are there really only five independent states using XCD? If so, which of the six listed shouldn't be there? --Zundark, 2001 Nov 17 I don't know... I really should go to bed... I don't know if I can't count, or what... -- SJK How is the rate to USD fixed? Do they issue new banknotes together with the US? - Lev08:13, 4 Apr 2005 (UTC)

    Are you sure the change rate is 2.7? In Antigua I learned it is 2.67, however, for fast calculations, they use 2.7. --80.58.33.23515:11, 16 November 2005 (UTC) 1. Sorry! I've seen it changed: 1.1. http://web.archive.org/web/20040815225905/http://www.eccb-centralbank.org/Currency/exchange.asp 1.2. http://web.archive.org/web/20041010090120/http://www.eccb-centralbank.org/Currency/exchange.asp 1. --80.58.33.23515:23, 16 November 2005 (UTC) From the best I can understand the exchange rate is not fixed at a permanent rate of 2.7, but rarely fluctuates more than .1 points. I think the final sentence of the introduction should be edited to reflect that. If there are no objections, I shall make the necessary changes. --Monkofbob (talk) 09:55, 27 September 2011 (UTC) 1. 1.1. (edit) I did some further research and the exchange rate rarely fluctuated, however it has been fixed with the American dollar at 2.7 since 14 December 2010. I think this shall be the change made to clarify to the genera...

    Someone brought me back from Grenada a souvenir lucky cent encased in a keyring. This week the keyring broke and the cent came out. I have just realised this is plastic, although it looks like metal. Is this how the currency is made for the East Carribean, or was this just a fake made for tourists? DavidFarmbrough08:36, 20 February 2006 (UTC) 1. David, if you check on the ECCB website, you will see that the 1 cent coin is made of aluminium, which would explain the lack of weight. Otherwise it might be a plastic souvenir coin for tourists.--Vivenot10:25, 20 February 2006 (UTC)

    This article has to be retitled and shifted to East Caribbean States dollar, as that is what is inscribed on the coins. - (British Commonwealth Numismatics07:05, 27 March 2007 (UTC)) 1. If this page is to be retitled, the matter should first be discussed here, then the page should be "moved". The redirect you set up actually deleted the entire article. For my part, I'll vote for the move as the coins do indeed say "East Caribbean States". Dove195007:45, 27 March 2007 (UTC) 1. 1.1. Dove is right about the way you "move". You actually didn't move. You merely replaced the page with a non-existing link. --ChoChoPK (球球PK) (talk | contrib) 07:53, 27 March 2007 (UTC) 1. Against Just because it's on the coin doesn't mean it should be named that way. The standing conventionis . "East Caribbean" is already an adjective. French franc coins have "RÉPUBLIQUE FRANÇAISE" inscribed on them. Does it make the article named "République française franc" or...

    The images in this article show portraits of Queen Elizabeth II. Is her portrait shown on all of the coins, despite the lack of a Dominican queen? (212.247.11.15321:02, 16 July 2007 (UTC)) 1. Yes. --ChoChoPK (球球PK) (talk | contrib) 06:31, 13 August 2007 (UTC) 1. 1.1. Is her portrait on all the banknotes as well? If not, which notes have her portrait or effigy, if any? Respectfully, SamBlob (talk) 03:05, 30 December 2007 (UTC) 1.1.1. Yes she is the central figure on the banknotes as well. Please check the appropriate links on the article page. Enlil Ninlil (talk) 05:29, 30 December 2007 (UTC)

    According to Br. V.I. article, EC$ became official in 1959. Which is correct? --Mistakefinder (talk) 17:34, 28 September 2010 (UTC)

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  4. Doolarka Bariga Caribbean (calaamad: $; code: XCD) waa lacagta dhammaan toddoba xubnood oo buuxa iyo hal xubin oo ka tirsan Ururka Dawladaha Bariga Caribbean (OECS). Hantidhawrka Ingiriisiga Galbeedka Hindiya, waxa uu jiray ilaa 1965, waxaana caadi ahaan loo soo gaabiyey Doolarka Dollar $ ama, haddii kale, EC $ si loo kala sooco lacagaha kale ...

  5. Jun 19, 2021 · The bank was established by an agreement (the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Agreement) signed at Port of Spain on 5 July 1983. The exchange rate of $4.80 = £1 sterling (equivalent to the old $1 = 4s 2d) continued until 1976 for the new Eastern Caribbean dollar.

  6. Part of the bank's oversight lends to maintaining the financial integrity of the East Caribbean dollar (XCD). Of all OECS member-states, only the British Virgin Islands, Guadeloupe and Martinique do not use the East Caribbean dollar as their de facto native currency. All other members belong to the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union. Security

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