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About the DZD to EUR exchange rate

Today's DZD-EUR Commentary

The DZD-EUR mid-market exchange rate is at the moment close to its highest level of the past 2-week period. The highest value observed during this timeframe was DZD 1 = EUR 0.0066, reached last Friday. This actual high level of the DZD-EUR rate differs significantly from the much lower value (DZD 1 = EUR 0.0065) recorded last Monday, when a transfer of 4,000 DZD for instance only gave you 25.8 EUR (the exact same transfer converts to 26.17 EUR with the current rate, a difference of 0.36 EUR).

Conversion Rates DZD/EUR

1 DZD 0.006542 EUR
50 DZD 0.327102 EUR
100 DZD 0.654203 EUR
200 DZD 1.308407 EUR
500 DZD 3.271016 EUR
1,000 DZD 6.542033 EUR
3,500 DZD 22.897114 EUR
5,000 DZD 32.710163 EUR
10,000 DZD 65.420325 EUR
100,000 DZD 654.203252 EUR
Source XE.com | Last updated 3 hours ago

Conversion Rates EUR/DZD

1 EUR 152.857693 DZD
50 EUR 7,643 DZD
100 EUR 15,286 DZD
200 EUR 30,572 DZD
500 EUR 76,429 DZD
1,000 EUR 152,858 DZD
2,000 EUR 305,715 DZD
3,000 EUR 458,573 DZD
5,000 EUR 764,288 DZD
10,000 EUR 1,528,577 DZD
Source XE.com | Last updated 3 hours ago

Key facts about DZD and EUR

  • About the Algerian dinar

    Name:
    Algerian dinar
    Minor unit:
    1/100 Santeem
    Central Bank:
    Bank of Algeria
    Country:
    Algeria
  • 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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