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Currency in economics may refer to:
- Currency, the paper or non-metal circulating medium of exchange of a country, banknotes
- Currency, all circulating media of exchange of a particular government, both banknotes and coin
- Currency, may refer to any generally accepted medium of exchange, including non-physical media, thus used as synonym for money
- Currency may refer to a particular authorized monetary system, monetized in specific units (euros, dollars, pesos, etc.) which may be given international value by their exchange values in foreign exchange
Currency may also refer to:
- Currency (album), an album by the rapper Lil' Keke
- Currency (film), a 2009 Malayalam film by Swathy Bhaskar
- Currency (lads and lasses), colonial-born Australians
- Currency Magazine, a monthly magazine covering hip-hop music, fashion, and culture
- Currency (typography), character used to denote a currency
- Currensy (born 1981), American rapper
- Currency, the practice of keeping well trained and practiced in the current methods and practices of a Physician's chosen medical specialty.
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