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About the KES to EUR exchange rate

Today's KES-EUR Commentary

The current KES-EUR rate is at the moment quite close to its highest value of the past two weeks. The strongest value recorded during this timeframe was KES 1 = EUR 0.0082 (it is now only 0.11% less than that), attained yesterday at 11:41 AM. The current high value of the KES-EUR rate differs considerably from the much lower level (KES 1 = EUR 0.008) observed last Monday, when exchanging 4,000 KES for instance only gave you 32.01 EUR (the exact same transfer gives you 32.64 EUR with the current rate).

Conversion Rates KES/EUR

1 KES 0.00816 EUR
50 KES 0.408023 EUR
100 KES 0.816046 EUR
200 KES 1.632091 EUR
500 KES 4.080228 EUR
1,000 KES 8.160457 EUR
3,500 KES 28.561598 EUR
5,000 KES 40.802284 EUR
10,000 KES 81.604567 EUR
100,000 KES 816.045671 EUR
Source XE.com | Last updated a minute ago

Conversion Rates EUR/KES

1 EUR 122.542161 KES
50 EUR 6,127 KES
100 EUR 12,254 KES
200 EUR 24,508 KES
500 EUR 61,271 KES
1,000 EUR 122,542 KES
2,000 EUR 245,084 KES
3,000 EUR 367,626 KES
5,000 EUR 612,711 KES
10,000 EUR 1,225,422 KES
Source XE.com | Last updated a minute ago

Key facts about KES and EUR

  • About the Kenyan shilling

    Name:
    Kenyan shilling
    Symbol:
    KSh
    Minor unit:
    1/100 Cent
    Central Bank:
    Central Bank of Kenya
    Country:
    Kenya
  • 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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