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About the MGA to EUR exchange rate

Today's MGA-EUR Commentary

The fluctuations of the MGA-EUR rate we can observe over the past two weeks are very important (around 3.74% difference between the minimum and maximum). These fluctuations notwithstanding, the actual MGA-EUR rate is at the moment in the vicinity of its average level of the last 14 days. Transferring 1,500 Malagasy ariarys at today's latest mid-market exchange rate gets you EUR 0, while it would have given you as much as EUR 0 on August 6 and EUR 0 last Wednesday.

Conversion Rates MGA/EUR

1 MGA 0.000233 EUR
50 MGA 0.011637 EUR
100 MGA 0.023274 EUR
200 MGA 0.046548 EUR
500 MGA 0.116369 EUR
1,000 MGA 0.232739 EUR
3,500 MGA 0.814586 EUR
5,000 MGA 1.163694 EUR
10,000 MGA 2.327389 EUR
100,000 MGA 23.273888 EUR
Source XE.com | Last updated a minute ago

Conversion Rates EUR/MGA

1 EUR 4,297 MGA
50 EUR 214,833 MGA
100 EUR 429,666 MGA
200 EUR 859,332 MGA
500 EUR 2,148,330 MGA
1,000 EUR 4,296,661 MGA
2,000 EUR 8,593,322 MGA
3,000 EUR 12,889,982 MGA
5,000 EUR 21,483,304 MGA
10,000 EUR 42,966,608 MGA
Source XE.com | Last updated a minute ago

Key facts about MGA and EUR

  • About the Malagasy ariary

    Name:
    Malagasy ariary
    Symbol:
    Ar
    Minor unit:
    1/10 Iraimbilanja
    Central Bank:
    Banque Centrale de Madagascar
    Country:
    Madagascar
  • 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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