Whilst it's too common in my (and other languages?) to speak (and at times even to write) my currency with construction number + currency name; now, is it, by any means, possible to write/speak that way for the US Dollar?
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I think the government was paying him and other victims living on their own about 200 rupees ($3) a month at the time. My sister and I weren't awarded any compensation other than money paid to SOS Children's Villages for our support.
This surprised me a bit:
Market volumes gained 131.217 million shares to 351.338 million shares, capitalization swelled by 132.929 billion rupees (1.329 billion U.S. dollars) to 7.004 trillion rupees (70.044 billion U.S. dollars), whereas trading value improved by 6.591 billion rupees (65.914 million U.S. dollars) to 15.726 billion rupees (157.265 million U.S. dollars).
Also, we speak [amount] [USD] but write USD [amount]! Even surprising is, as Jacob says, in written U.S. English, the ¢ (cents) sign goes AFTER the amount!
Shouldn't it be -- USD [amount] over [amount] USD?