Currency Photos on Townhall

  •  - The Euro currency sign is seen in front of the European Central Bank headquarters in Frankfurt

    The Euro currency sign is seen in front of the European Central Bank headquarters in Frankfurt

    Posted: 1/3/2013 6:33:20 AM EST
    The Euro currency sign is seen in front of the European Central Bank (ECB) headquarters in Frankfurt December 6, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
  •  - The Euro currency sign is seen in front of the European Central Bank headquarters in Frankfurt

    The Euro currency sign is seen in front of the European Central Bank headquarters in Frankfurt

    Posted: 12/28/2012 8:29:07 AM EST
    The Euro currency sign is seen in front of the European Central Bank (ECB) headquarters in Frankfurt December 6, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
  •  - The Euro currency sign is seen in front of the European Central Bank headquarters in Frankfurt

    The Euro currency sign is seen in front of the European Central Bank headquarters in Frankfurt

    Posted: 12/28/2012 7:15:48 AM EST
    The Euro currency sign is seen in front of the European Central Bank (ECB) headquarters in Frankfurt December 6, 2012. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
  •  - Toyota Motor Corp's logo is pictured on a power control unit displayed at Toyota Automobile Museum in Nagakute

    Toyota Motor Corp's logo is pictured on a power control unit displayed at Toyota Automobile Museum in Nagakute

    Posted: 12/26/2012 5:14:04 PM EST
    Toyota Motor Corp's logo is pictured on a power control unit displayed at Toyota Automobile Museum in Nagakute, central Japan November 28, 2012. Analysts say a continued slide in the Japanese currency could tip the competitive balance on pricing back in favor of Toyota and away from hits toughest and fastest-rising global competitor, Hyundai Motor - a new dynamic that would likely be repeated across other Japanese export industries. Picture taken November 28, 2012. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
  •  - Toyota Motor Corp President Toyoda speaks during a news conference in Tokyo

    Toyota Motor Corp President Toyoda speaks during a news conference in Tokyo

    Posted: 12/26/2012 5:14:04 PM EST
    Toyota Motor Corp President Akio Toyoda speaks during a news conference in Tokyo December 25, 2012. Analysts say a continued slide in the Japanese currency could tip the competitive balance on pricing back in favor of Toyota and away from hits toughest and fastest-rising global competitor, Hyundai Motor - a new dynamic that would likely be repeated across other Japanese export industries. Picture taken December 25, 2012. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
  •  - Toyota Motor Corp President Toyoda speaks during a news conference in Tokyo

    Toyota Motor Corp President Toyoda speaks during a news conference in Tokyo

    Posted: 12/26/2012 5:14:04 PM EST
    Toyota Motor Corp President Akio Toyoda speaks in front of images of the company's factory during a news conference in Tokyo December 25, 2012. Analysts say a continued slide in the Japanese currency could tip the competitive balance on pricing back in favor of Toyota and away from hits toughest and fastest-rising global competitor, Hyundai Motor - a new dynamic that would likely be repeated across other Japanese export industries. Picture taken December 25, 2012. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
  •  - A logo of Toyota Motor Corp's hybrid vehicle is pictured at an unveiling ceremony in Tokyo

    A logo of Toyota Motor Corp's hybrid vehicle is pictured at an unveiling ceremony in Tokyo

    Posted: 12/26/2012 5:14:04 PM EST
    A logo of Toyota Motor Corp's hybrid vehicle is pictured at an unveiling ceremony in Tokyo December 25, 2012. Analysts say a continued slide in the Japanese currency could tip the competitive balance on pricing back in favor of Toyota and away from hits toughest and fastest-rising global competitor, Hyundai Motor - a new dynamic that would likely be repeated across other Japanese export industries. Picture taken December 25, 2012. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
  •  - Toyota Motor Corp President Toyoda speaks during a news conference in Tokyo

    Toyota Motor Corp President Toyoda speaks during a news conference in Tokyo

    Posted: 12/26/2012 5:14:04 PM EST
    Toyota Motor Corp President Akio Toyoda speaks during a news conference in Tokyo December 25, 2012. Analysts say a continued slide in the Japanese currency could tip the competitive balance on pricing back in favor of Toyota and away from hits toughest and fastest-rising global competitor, Hyundai Motor - a new dynamic that would likely be repeated across other Japanese export industries. Picture taken December 25, 2012. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
  •  - Toyota Motor Corp's logo is pictured on a power control unit displayed at Toyota Automobile Museum in Nagakute

    Toyota Motor Corp's logo is pictured on a power control unit displayed at Toyota Automobile Museum in Nagakute

    Posted: 12/26/2012 4:44:47 PM EST
    Toyota Motor Corp's logo is pictured on a power control unit displayed at Toyota Automobile Museum in Nagakute, central Japan November 28, 2012. Analysts say a continued slide in the Japanese currency could tip the competitive balance on pricing back in favor of Toyota and away from hits toughest and fastest-rising global competitor, Hyundai Motor - a new dynamic that would likely be repeated across other Japanese export industries. Picture taken November 28, 2012. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
  •  - Toyota Motor Corp President Toyoda speaks during a news conference in Tokyo

    Toyota Motor Corp President Toyoda speaks during a news conference in Tokyo

    Posted: 12/26/2012 4:44:47 PM EST
    Toyota Motor Corp President Akio Toyoda speaks during a news conference in Tokyo December 25, 2012. Analysts say a continued slide in the Japanese currency could tip the competitive balance on pricing back in favor of Toyota and away from hits toughest and fastest-rising global competitor, Hyundai Motor - a new dynamic that would likely be repeated across other Japanese export industries. Picture taken December 25, 2012. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
  •  - Toyota Motor Corp President Toyoda speaks during a news conference in Tokyo

    Toyota Motor Corp President Toyoda speaks during a news conference in Tokyo

    Posted: 12/26/2012 4:44:47 PM EST
    Toyota Motor Corp President Akio Toyoda speaks in front of images of the company's factory during a news conference in Tokyo December 25, 2012. Analysts say a continued slide in the Japanese currency could tip the competitive balance on pricing back in favor of Toyota and away from hits toughest and fastest-rising global competitor, Hyundai Motor - a new dynamic that would likely be repeated across other Japanese export industries. Picture taken December 25, 2012. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
  •  - A logo of Toyota Motor Corp's hybrid vehicle is pictured at an unveiling ceremony in Tokyo

    A logo of Toyota Motor Corp's hybrid vehicle is pictured at an unveiling ceremony in Tokyo

    Posted: 12/26/2012 4:44:47 PM EST
    A logo of Toyota Motor Corp's hybrid vehicle is pictured at an unveiling ceremony in Tokyo December 25, 2012. Analysts say a continued slide in the Japanese currency could tip the competitive balance on pricing back in favor of Toyota and away from hits toughest and fastest-rising global competitor, Hyundai Motor - a new dynamic that would likely be repeated across other Japanese export industries. Picture taken December 25, 2012. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
  •  - Toyota Motor Corp President Toyoda speaks during a news conference in Tokyo

    Toyota Motor Corp President Toyoda speaks during a news conference in Tokyo

    Posted: 12/26/2012 4:44:47 PM EST
    Toyota Motor Corp President Akio Toyoda speaks during a news conference in Tokyo December 25, 2012. Analysts say a continued slide in the Japanese currency could tip the competitive balance on pricing back in favor of Toyota and away from hits toughest and fastest-rising global competitor, Hyundai Motor - a new dynamic that would likely be repeated across other Japanese export industries. Picture taken December 25, 2012. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
  •  - A logo of Toyota Motor Corp's hybrid vehicle is pictured at an unveiling ceremony in Tokyo

    A logo of Toyota Motor Corp's hybrid vehicle is pictured at an unveiling ceremony in Tokyo

    Posted: 12/26/2012 4:28:17 PM EST
    A logo of Toyota Motor Corp's hybrid vehicle is pictured at an unveiling ceremony in Tokyo December 25, 2012. Analysts say a continued slide in the Japanese currency could tip the competitive balance on pricing back in favor of Toyota and away from hits toughest and fastest-rising global competitor, Hyundai Motor - a new dynamic that would likely be repeated across other Japanese export industries. Picture taken December 25, 2012. To match Analysis JAPAN-AUTOS/YEN REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
  •  - Toyota Motor Corp President Toyoda speaks during a news conference in Tokyo

    Toyota Motor Corp President Toyoda speaks during a news conference in Tokyo

    Posted: 12/26/2012 4:28:17 PM EST
    Toyota Motor Corp President Akio Toyoda speaks during a news conference in Tokyo December 25, 2012. Analysts say a continued slide in the Japanese currency could tip the competitive balance on pricing back in favor of Toyota and away from hits toughest and fastest-rising global competitor, Hyundai Motor - a new dynamic that would likely be repeated across other Japanese export industries. Picture taken December 25, 2012. To match Analysis JAPAN-AUTOS/YEN REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
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              An Egyptian vendor sells nuts in front of a giant poster of a U.S. dollar outside a currency exchange office in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Dec. 25, 2012. As Egypt prepared to release offici

    An Egyptian vendor sells nuts in front of a giant poster of a U.S. dollar outside a currency exchange office in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Dec. 25, 2012. As Egypt prepared to release offici

    Posted: 12/25/2012 12:28:32 PM EST
    An Egyptian vendor sells nuts in front of a giant poster of a U.S. dollar outside a currency exchange office in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Dec. 25, 2012. As Egypt prepared to release official results from the constitutional referendum, its economy showed increasing signs of distress on Tuesday with worried residents hoarding dollars and fearing that continued political instability will lead to a fast devaluation of the local currency. The Central Bank of Egypt said Tuesday that the U.S. dollar was selling at 6.18 to the Egyptian pound, a spike from the rate of six pounds just two months ago. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)
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              An Egyptian man stands next to a giant poster of U.S. dollars inside a currency exchange office in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Dec. 25, 2012. As Egypt prepared to release official results fr

    An Egyptian man stands next to a giant poster of U.S. dollars inside a currency exchange office in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Dec. 25, 2012. As Egypt prepared to release official results fr

    Posted: 12/25/2012 12:23:25 PM EST
    An Egyptian man stands next to a giant poster of U.S. dollars inside a currency exchange office in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Dec. 25, 2012. As Egypt prepared to release official results from the constitutional referendum, its economy showed increasing signs of distress on Tuesday with worried residents hoarding dollars and fearing that continued political instability will lead to a fast devaluation of the local currency. The Central Bank of Egypt said Tuesday that the U.S. dollar was selling at 6.18 to the Egyptian pound, a spike from the rate of six pounds just two months ago. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)
  •  - A cashier counts Syrian currency notes in Amman

    A cashier counts Syrian currency notes in Amman

    Posted: 12/23/2012 8:01:43 AM EST
    A cashier counts Syrian currency notes in Amman December 6, 2011. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji
  •  - A man is reflected on an electronic board displaying currency rates outside a brokerage in Tokyo

    A man is reflected on an electronic board displaying currency rates outside a brokerage in Tokyo

    Posted: 12/18/2012 6:15:10 AM EST
    A man is reflected on an electronic board displaying currency rates outside a brokerage in Tokyo December 13, 2012. Japan's Nikkei average surged above 9,700 for the first time in eight months, led by exporters, as the yen fell to a multi-month low on mounting expectations of aggressive monetary easing by the Bank of Japan after a general election at the weekend. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
  •  - A man is reflected on an electronic board displaying currency rates outside a brokerage in Tokyo

    A man is reflected on an electronic board displaying currency rates outside a brokerage in Tokyo

    Posted: 12/18/2012 1:05:44 AM EST
    A man is reflected on an electronic board displaying currency rates outside a brokerage in Tokyo December 13, 2012. Japan's Nikkei average surged above 9,700 for the first time in eight months, led by exporters, as the yen fell to a multi-month low on mounting expectations of aggressive monetary easing by the Bank of Japan after a general election at the weekend. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao


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