107.88
1.4789
1.1208
0.898300
0.801475
4.2465
78.7280
$10319.94
107.88
1.4789
1.1208
0.898300
0.801475
4.2465
78.7280
$10319.94

Euro foreign exchange rates

Euro foreign exchange rates. All currency exchange rates quoted against Euro, EUR (base currency). In the table below you'll find many different currencies and their exchange rates against EUR. Just click on the currency chart link , and You'll be able to do analysis of each EUR/currency chart, to check currency pair history exchange rates. Aside the table you're able to use EUR currency converter, which prepared with most popular currencies, but you can modify converter and add/remove as many currencies, as you need. All EUR exchange rates updates in real time. If you have questions related with Euro or EUR exchange rates, please ask or read already answered at the bottom of the page.

Currencies below quoted against EUR (base currency): Jan 03, 2068

Currency
Day change
Change
Currency rate
Code
-6.2901%
-0.070500
1.1208
USD
-2.4825%
-0.022300
0.898300
GBP
2.3560%
1.6662
70.7211
RUB
-0.004710%
-0.000200
4.2465
PLN
-1.1154%
-0.016400
1.4703
CAD
4.2732%
0.412400
9.6509
NOK
-3.8427%
-0.042300
1.1008
CHF
-6.0505%
-1.7391
28.7430
UAH
9.3406%
8.3650
89.5550
AFN
100.00%
122.10
122.10
ALL
1.0324%
1.3800
133.67
DZD
56.5989%
26.9330
47.5857
ARS
-6.2222%
-33.2100
533.73
AMD
-5.6474%
-0.108000
1.9124
AZN
5.8499%
0.093200
1.5932
AUD
-6.2977%
-0.026613
0.422583
BHD
-1.1791%
-0.026700
2.2644
BYR
-1.1253%
-1.0650
94.6450
BDT
-6.7375%
-0.522200
7.7507
BOB
10.5473%
0.442100
4.1916
BRL
0.000000%
0.000000
1.9559
BGN
-2.2691%
-0.579500
25.5390
CZK
2.8725%
22.1880
772.44
CLP
0.385754%
0.028800
7.4659
DKK
-6.4608%
-12.8700
199.20
DJF
-12.8056%
-2.3855
18.6285
EGP
100.00%
32.5105
32.5105
ETB
-6.4065%
-3.6700
57.2860
PHP
12.8315%
0.775200
6.0414
GHS
10.2470%
0.330444
3.2248
GEL
100.0000%
10334.24
10334.24
GNF
-6.4870%
-0.567900
8.7544
HKD
1.4166%
1.0945
77.2605
INR
100.0000%
15630.30
15630.30
IDR
-4.0011%
-53.2500
1330.90
IQD
100.00%
24026.00
24026.00
IRR
11.1158%
15.5510
139.90
ISK
-7.9079%
-0.312600
3.9530
ILS
-6.2766%
-0.258400
4.1169
AED
-8.4360%
-10.2000
120.91
JPY
-6.4431%
-0.051100
0.793100
JOD
-5.7844%
-0.236100
4.0817
QAR
6.8503%
29.4900
430.49
KZT
-5.5632%
-6.4600
116.12
KES
-1.7828%
-0.137500
7.7127
CNY
1.6699%
59.5000
3563.00
COP
0.005113%
0.000100
1.9559
BAM
-0.379019%
-0.028000
7.3875
HRK
-5.2770%
-0.018000
0.341100
KWD
-5.5252%
-93.6500
1694.95
LBP
13.3889%
542.72
4053.50
MGA
-0.499429%
-0.306000
61.2700
MKD
-10.3531%
-0.477300
4.6102
MYR
100.00%
10.7637
10.7637
MAD
0.217249%
0.046400
21.3580
MXN
-7.5220%
-1.4728
19.5800
MDL
-6.1561%
-4.2600
69.2000
MZN
-0.126689%
-0.002100
1.6576
NZD
-4.9166%
-19.8900
404.55
NGN
30.2599%
54.1470
178.94
PKR
-5.8173%
-0.065200
1.1208
PAB
0.351238%
0.054600
15.5450
ZAR
-4.4543%
-0.164000
3.6818
PEN
-1.5602%
-20.5800
1319.08
KRW
2.6942%
0.127200
4.7213
RON
-6.2705%
-0.263600
4.2038
SAR
-1.2085%
-1.4230
117.75
RSD
-5.9136%
-0.090200
1.5253
SGD
100.00%
577.55
577.55
SYP
8.0647%
15.8980
197.13
LKR
10.3745%
1.0944
10.5489
SEK
1.1786%
0.124700
10.5800
TJS
-14.3212%
-4.9520
34.5780
THB
-2.6590%
-0.925999
34.8250
TWD
-3.1540%
-81.2700
2576.72
TZS
10.0177%
0.322600
3.2203
TND
35.4051%
2.2541
6.3666
TRY
12.4082%
4.8330
38.9500
UYU
48.6985%
4707.37
9666.35
UZS
99.8586%
8388.37
8400.24
VEF
5.9825%
19.4640
325.35
HUF
100.0000%
26016.00
26016.00
VND
3.3677%
1.3550
40.2350
MUR
0.000462%
0.003030
655.96
XAF
-0.086509%
-0.566970
655.39
XOF
100.00%
2.0008
2.0008
ANG
-4.9004%
-0.110900
2.2631
BBD
0.206246%
4.2700
2070.32
BIF
-5.6907%
-0.086800
1.5253
BND
100.00%
1.1208
1.1208
BSD
-1.5292%
-0.181000
11.8360
BWP
-5.8204%
-0.131500
2.2593
BZD
-6.2287%
-40.0600
643.15
CRC
-5.8173%
-0.065200
1.1208
CUP
0.077029%
0.085001
110.35
CVE
2.2339%
1.2750
57.0740
DOP
-0.801141%
-0.019100
2.3841
FJD
100.00%
57.2950
57.2950
GMD
-0.799785%
-0.068600
8.5773
GTQ
-0.906081%
-0.249000
27.4810
HNL
29.2103%
30.8490
105.61
HTG
-1.6719%
-2.5110
150.19
JMD
-4.7462%
-217.90
4591.00
KHR
-6.8779%
-0.063600
0.924700
KYD
-1.2324%
-119.80
9721.10
LAK
0.535891%
0.083300
15.5442
LSL
-3.0875%
-0.048400
1.5676
LYD
5.1910%
88.3180
1701.38
MMK
-5.9604%
-0.537700
9.0212
MOP
-940.90%
-391.33
41.5910
MRO
-1.3330%
-11.3220
849.36
MWK
0.545488%
0.084800
15.5457
NAD
6.0550%
2.2800
37.6550
NIO
1.8616%
2.3010
123.60
NPR
-6.3036%
-0.027200
0.431500
OMR
0.588158%
0.022400
3.8085
PGK
-0.258838%
-17.3498
6702.95
PYG
0.716321%
7.2300
1009.32
RWF
-4.9604%
-0.764099
15.4039
SCR
84.3357%
42.6359
50.5550
SDG
-3.0942%
-0.025100
0.811200
SDR
-5.8176%
-37.7200
648.38
SOS
99.9998%
24.3750
24.3750
STD
-5.7641%
-0.565600
9.8124
SVC
0.513368%
0.079800
15.5444
SZL
-5.5142%
-0.417300
7.5677
TTD
-3.1003%
-128.40
4141.50
UGX
-6.1809%
-0.187400
3.0319
XCD
0.041906%
0.049998
119.31
XPF
24.7387%
3.5500
14.3500
ZMK
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2 years ago

What is the current exchange rate from ZAR to Euro

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Brian Nompozolo, thank you for a question. ZAR/EUR exchange rate today (17th of October, 2017) is 0.063302. It means that 0.063302 EUR = 1 ZAR.

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2 years ago

Which currency is the most secure to hold savings in, so that they wouldn't decrease in the value over time?

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2 years ago

Nico, thank you for a question. It’s hard to say which currency is the most reliable and stable for your own personal capital, yet the smartest thing to do would be to choose the currencies that are acknowledged as the most secure and popular in the world. If you own particularly large amount of money, you should do a better research and hire a financial consultant who would analyze which currencies are the best for your savings and determine what meets your needs. Some of the currencies that are considered to be the most secure are: Norwegian krone, euro, US dollar, Swiss franc, Swedish krona, British pound, Canadian dollar, Japanese yen.

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Good day, is it better to bring US dollars or euros exchange to Thai bats in Thailand? Thanks!

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Ted, the best idea would be to possess Thailand’s local currency - Thai baht, you’ll be able to exchange dollars or euros when you arrive, because there are plenty of currency exchange points in Thailand. However, I would recommend taking the money out of the cash machine: it will be safer and the exchange rate will be better. If you’re only interested in getting advice on whether to bring US dollars or euros, then I would suggest choosing dollars. Good luck!

Paul
2 years ago

Is there any possibility that a dollar will ever become equal to euro (dollar-euro parity)? When could this happen? What does it depend on?

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2 years ago

Paul, there is always a possibility that this could happen and more and more people are starting to talk about it. It is influenced by a wide range of factors. I suggest analysing the situation based on these facts:

  • The economy of the United States is very strong at the moment.
  • A responsible US FED’s approach to raising interest rates cautiously.
  • The investors start to acknowledge USA.
  • The euro zone is not entirely stable at the moment (Roughly speaking - low interest rate (it’s unclear when when will it rise), Germany recession, refugees, terrorism).

There is no way telling when would euro become equal to US dollar, but it’s very possible if the situation in the eurozone doesn’t improve. You should keep track of out currency news in order to gain a better understanding of the future prospects.

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Good day, I would like to know whether the 1993 rubles can be exchanged for euros? Thanks.

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2 years ago

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Dexter
2 years ago

Hello. What is your opinion on the future of the pound in regard to euro after what has happened yesterday in the UK? Thank you.

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2 years ago

Dexter, thank you for the question. As I mentioned before, pound exchange rate is going to be very unstable during the period of withdrawal from the European Union. However, in my opinion, Great Britain will benefit from its decisions and the pound will recover in a long period of time. The situation is very unstable at the moment and the pound is sensitive to any changes, the markets need to settle and deal with this situation. There is going to be a lot of discussions regarding the exit bill that the UK will be required to pay, it will also concern customs, trade and other aspects, which are going to depend on Britain. I believe that that Britain will deal with the issue and leave UK, which will make the pound grow stronger. We will find out if my wrong in a couple of years. Meanwhile, the forecast for the pound is very unpredictable and unstable.

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Hello, how much euros I would receive, if I sell 2000 Iranian rials? Thank you.

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Leen
2 years ago

Hello. My daugher ripped off a part of the 20 euro note. Where can I get it exchanged?

Steven J
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2 years ago

Leen, thank you for your question. If the banknote proves to be a real, any bank in Euro zone should exchange it free of charge. Keep in mind, that even burnt banknotes can be exchanged to the new ones as long as they can be proven to be genuine banknotes. There should be no problem in your case.

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Peter
2 years ago

Hi, i use Revolut and i paid 1 euro fee for taking out 250 euro in Italy. I thought it was free up to 500 / month. Do you know is it legal to do this? Revolut support says that they can change conditions any time.

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