Andorran Peseta

(redirected from Spanish peseta)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Andorran Peseta

A former currency of Andorra. In practice, the currency was identical to the Spanish peseta, which was replaced by the euro in 1999. The Andorran peseta circulated alongside the Andorran franc.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Mutuafondo Divisas FIM (triple-'Af') is a bond fund invested in highly rated fixed income securities expressed in several currencies, including Spanish Peseta.
Brinks later said the bags contained $800,000 worth of Spanish pesetas.
Austrian schillings, Belgian francs, German marks, Finnish markka, French francs, Greek drachma, Irish punts, Italian lire, Luxembourg francs, Netherlands guilders, Portuguese escudos, Spanish pesetas.
In January 1999, pounds 500 bought 124,090 Spanish pesetas, now it buys 136,500.
Premiums were Spanish pesetas (Ptas) 1,650 million ($10 million) in 1999.
SIX people have been arrested in a police swoop which netted thousands of pounds worth of forged Bank of Scotland pounds 10 notes and Spanish pesetas.
The group has managed to fund its expansion in Latin America without damaging group solvency, with Spanish pesetas (Ptas) 11.
For just 10 French francs or 270 Spanish pesetas, they can provide a class of 30 children with an exercise book each.
In 1999, consolidated gross premium volume increased by 15% to Spanish pesetas (Ptas) 90 billion (about US$545 million), largely owing to favorable exchange rates.
75 Spanish pesetas to the pound, a 15 per cent increase on the rate this time last year of 229.
NYSE:ELE), the largest electric utility in Spain, announced that the redenomination of Endesa's capital stock from Spanish pesetas to Euros that was authorized by its stockholders last April will become effective on October 1, 1999.
Sources say bank workers had calculated the translation of pounds 1,500 Irish punts into more than 300,000 Spanish pesetas.