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About the AWG to EUR exchange rate

Today's AWG-EUR Commentary

The current AWG-EUR interbank rate is at the moment quite close to its maximal value of the last fourteen days. The maximal level we saw during the last 14 days was AWG 1 = EUR 0.5386 (0.53% higher than its current level of AWG 1 = EUR 0.5358), reached last Friday. The current high value of the AWG-EUR exchange rate differs considerably from the much lower level (AWG 1 = EUR 0.5264) observed last Monday, when a transfer of 4,000 Aruban florins only gave you 2,105.52 EUR (the same amount gives you 2,143.12 EUR with the current rate, a difference of 37.6 EUR).

Conversion Rates AWG/EUR

1 AWG 0.535779 EUR
50 AWG 26.78897 EUR
100 AWG 53.57794 EUR
200 AWG 107.155879 EUR
500 AWG 267.889699 EUR
1,000 AWG 535.779397 EUR
3,500 AWG 1,875 EUR
5,000 AWG 2,679 EUR
10,000 AWG 5,358 EUR
100,000 AWG 53,578 EUR
Source XE.com | Last updated 6 hours ago

Conversion Rates EUR/AWG

1 EUR 1.86644 AWG
50 EUR 93.321991 AWG
100 EUR 186.643982 AWG
200 EUR 373.287963 AWG
500 EUR 933.219908 AWG
1,000 EUR 1,866 AWG
2,000 EUR 3,733 AWG
3,000 EUR 5,599 AWG
5,000 EUR 9,332 AWG
10,000 EUR 18,664 AWG
Source XE.com | Last updated 6 hours ago

Key facts about AWG and EUR

  • About the Aruban florin

    Name:
    Aruban florin
    Symbol:
    ƒ
    Country:
    Aruba
  • 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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