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About the CUP to EUR exchange rate

Today's CUP-EUR Commentary

The CUP-EUR interbank rate is as we're writting near its minimal level of the last 14 days. Its lowest value we saw during this period was CUP 1 = EUR 0.0379, reached on June 26. The strong difference between the current low level of the CUP-EUR rate and the highest level (CUP 1 = EUR 0.0401) recorded during the past 14 days means that, for example, transferring 3,500 CUP now gives you roughly 6 EUR less than if you had exchanged money last Friday.

Conversion Rates CUP/EUR

1 CUP 0.038362 EUR
50 CUP 1.91809 EUR
100 CUP 3.83618 EUR
200 CUP 7.672361 EUR
500 CUP 19.180902 EUR
1,000 CUP 38.361804 EUR
3,500 CUP 134.266314 EUR
5,000 CUP 191.80902 EUR
10,000 CUP 383.618041 EUR
100,000 CUP 3,836 EUR
Source XE.com | Last updated 5 hours ago

Conversion Rates EUR/CUP

1 EUR 26.067596 CUP
50 EUR 1,303 CUP
100 EUR 2,607 CUP
200 EUR 5,214 CUP
500 EUR 13,034 CUP
1,000 EUR 26,068 CUP
2,000 EUR 52,135 CUP
3,000 EUR 78,203 CUP
5,000 EUR 130,338 CUP
10,000 EUR 260,676 CUP
Source XE.com | Last updated 5 hours ago

Key facts about CUP and EUR

  • About the Cuban convertible

    Name:
    Cuban convertible
    Symbol:
    $
    Minor unit:
    1/100 Centavo
    Central Bank:
    Central Bank of Cuba
    Country:
    Cuba
  • 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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