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About the MGA to USD exchange rate

Today's MGA-USD Commentary

Analyzing the highs and lows of the MGA-USD exchange rate, we can see a significative difference (1.07%) between the highest value of MGA 1 = USD 0.0002 we saw on June 17 and the minimum value of MGA 1 = USD 0.0002 attained on June 22. It is interesting to note that despite these variations, the actual MGA-USD mid-market rate is in fact near to its average value of the last 14 days. Converting MGA 1,500 at the actual interbank exchange rate gets you USD 0, it would have converted into as much as USD 0 on June 17 and only USD 0 on June 22.

Conversion Rates MGA/USD

1 MGA 0.000246 USD
50 MGA 0.012285 USD
100 MGA 0.02457 USD
200 MGA 0.04914 USD
500 MGA 0.122851 USD
1,000 MGA 0.245702 USD
3,500 MGA 0.859958 USD
5,000 MGA 1.228511 USD
10,000 MGA 2.457023 USD
100,000 MGA 24.570227 USD
Source | Last updated 21 hours ago

Conversion Rates USD/MGA

1 USD 4,070 MGA
50 USD 203,498 MGA
100 USD 406,997 MGA
200 USD 813,993 MGA
500 USD 2,034,983 MGA
1,000 USD 4,069,966 MGA
3,500 USD 14,244,883 MGA
5,000 USD 20,349,832 MGA
10,000 USD 40,699,665 MGA
100,000 USD 406,996,649 MGA
Source | Last updated 21 hours ago

Key facts about MGA and USD

  • About the Malagasy ariary

    Malagasy ariary
    Minor unit:
    1/10 Iraimbilanja
    Central Bank:
    Banque Centrale de Madagascar
  • About the US dollar

    US dollar
    Minor unit:
    1/100 Cent
    Central Bank:
    Federal Reserve Bank
    United States, American Samoa
    Rank in the most traded currencies:

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