Currency

For negative amounts, place the minus symbol in front of the currency symbol.

You can specify which country by adding the currency code after the amount if needed.

Examples

Australia examples

$25 (most common)
$25.00
-$25
AUD$25.00 (only when relevant e.g. comparing overseas prices)

Brazil examples

Leave a space between the currency symbol and the amount, and use a comma to separate Brazilian reais and cents.

R$ 25 // R$ 25,50
R$ 1.234,50

Canada and US examples

Don’t add a space between the currency symbol and the amount ($10.00, not $ 10.00).

If you’re displaying currency in dollars and the amount is less than one dollar, use the cents symbol. Example: 25¢. It helps with accessibility and clarity. But if you’re presenting this in product (as in entry fields), it should be 0.25 with no cents symbol.

$25.00
50¢
$25.00 CAD (in cases where multiple local currencies are supported–like a purchase on an international website)
$25.00 USD

France examples

Don’t add a space between the currency symbol and the amount.

€25
25 euros
€25.50
€25 000.50

UK examples

Don’t add a space between the currency symbol and the amount.

£3.50
£100,000.00 (or just £100,000)