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About the AZN to EUR exchange rate

Today's AZN-EUR Commentary

The variations of the AZN-EUR rate we see over the past 14 days are very important (1.88% difference between the minimum and maximum). These heavy fluctuations notwithstanding, the actual AZN-EUR exchange rate is just now very close to its average level of the last two weeks. Transferring 1,500 Azerbaijani manats at today's mid-market exchange rate gives you EUR 866, it was equal to EUR 874 on July 26 but only EUR 857 last Tuesday.

Conversion Rates AZN/EUR

1 AZN 0.577608 EUR
50 AZN 28.880399 EUR
100 AZN 57.760797 EUR
200 AZN 115.521595 EUR
500 AZN 288.803987 EUR
1,000 AZN 577.607974 EUR
3,500 AZN 2,022 EUR
5,000 AZN 2,888 EUR
10,000 AZN 5,776 EUR
100,000 AZN 57,761 EUR
Source XE.com | Last updated 17 hours ago

Conversion Rates EUR/AZN

1 EUR 1.731278 AZN
50 EUR 86.563902 AZN
100 EUR 173.127804 AZN
200 EUR 346.255607 AZN
500 EUR 865.639019 AZN
1,000 EUR 1,731 AZN
2,000 EUR 3,463 AZN
3,000 EUR 5,194 AZN
5,000 EUR 8,656 AZN
10,000 EUR 17,313 AZN
Source XE.com | Last updated 17 hours ago

Key facts about AZN and EUR

  • About the Azerbaijani manat

    Name:
    Azerbaijani manat
    Symbol:
    ман
    Minor unit:
    1/100 Qepik
    Central Bank:
    Central Bank of the Republic of Azerbaijan
    Country:
    Azerbaijan
  • 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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