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About the RWF to EUR exchange rate

Today's RWF-EUR Commentary

Considering the past 14 days period, we can observe a very important difference (2.86%) between the highest level of RWF 1 = EUR 0.001 reached on July 29 and the minimum value of RWF 1 = EUR 0.0009 we saw today at 1:32 PM. It is interesting to note that in spite of these fluctuations, the actual RWF-EUR rate is just now near to its average value of the past 14 days. Converting 1,500 Rwandan francs at the latest interbank exchange rate gives you EUR 1, while it was equal to EUR 1 on July 29 but only EUR 1 today at 1:32 PM.

Conversion Rates RWF/EUR

1 RWF 0.000952 EUR
50 RWF 0.0476 EUR
100 RWF 0.095199 EUR
200 RWF 0.190399 EUR
500 RWF 0.475997 EUR
1,000 RWF 0.951994 EUR
3,500 RWF 3.331979 EUR
5,000 RWF 4.75997 EUR
10,000 RWF 9.51994 EUR
100,000 RWF 95.199398 EUR
Source XE.com | Last updated 40 minutes ago

Conversion Rates EUR/RWF

1 EUR 1,050 RWF
50 EUR 52,521 RWF
100 EUR 105,043 RWF
200 EUR 210,085 RWF
500 EUR 525,213 RWF
1,000 EUR 1,050,427 RWF
2,000 EUR 2,100,854 RWF
3,000 EUR 3,151,280 RWF
5,000 EUR 5,252,134 RWF
10,000 EUR 10,504,268 RWF
Source XE.com | Last updated 40 minutes ago

Key facts about RWF and EUR

  • About the Rwandan franc

    Name:
    Rwandan franc
    Minor unit:
    1/100 Centime
    Country:
    Rwanda
  • 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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