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About the AMD to EUR exchange rate

Today's AMD-EUR Commentary

The actual AMD-EUR rate is at the moment quite close to its highest value of the past two weeks. Its strongest value we saw during this period was AMD 1 = EUR 0.0024 (it is now only 1.06% less than that), attained yesterday at 7:08 PM. This high level of the AMD-EUR rate differs considerably from the much lower value (AMD 1 = EUR 0.0022) observed on June 16, when exchanging 4,000 Armenian drams for example only gave you 8.87 EUR (the same transfer converts to 9.33 EUR with the current rate - 0.47 EUR more).

Conversion Rates AMD/EUR

1 AMD 0.002333 EUR
50 AMD 0.116658 EUR
100 AMD 0.233317 EUR
200 AMD 0.466633 EUR
500 AMD 1.166584 EUR
1,000 AMD 2.333167 EUR
3,500 AMD 8.166085 EUR
5,000 AMD 11.665835 EUR
10,000 AMD 23.331671 EUR
100,000 AMD 233.316706 EUR
Source XE.com | Last updated 2 minutes ago

Conversion Rates EUR/AMD

1 EUR 428.60197 AMD
50 EUR 21,430 AMD
100 EUR 42,860 AMD
200 EUR 85,720 AMD
500 EUR 214,301 AMD
1,000 EUR 428,602 AMD
2,000 EUR 857,204 AMD
3,000 EUR 1,285,806 AMD
5,000 EUR 2,143,010 AMD
10,000 EUR 4,286,020 AMD
Source XE.com | Last updated 2 minutes ago

Key facts about AMD and EUR

  • About the Armenian dram

    Name:
    Armenian dram
    Minor unit:
    1/100 Luma
    Central Bank:
    Central Bank of Armenia
    Country:
    Armenia
  • About the Euro

    Name:
    Euro
    Symbol:
    Minor unit:
    1/100 Cent
    Central Bank:
    European Central Bank
    Countries:
    France, Germany, Italy
    Rank in the most traded currencies:
    #2

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