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About the UYU to EUR exchange rate

Today's UYU-EUR Commentary

The actual UYU-EUR rate is at the moment close to its maximal level of the last 2-week period. Its strongest value we saw during the last 14 days was UYU 1 = EUR 0.0246, last Monday. The current high value of the UYU-EUR rate is in strong contrast with the recent much lower level (UYU 1 = EUR 0.0235) recorded on November 13, when sending 4,000 Uruguayan pesos for example only gave you 94.17 EUR (the same transfer is equal to 98.04 EUR at the moment, which is a difference of 3.87 EUR).

Conversion Rates UYU/EUR

1 UYU 0.024511 EUR
50 UYU 1.22554 EUR
100 UYU 2.451079 EUR
200 UYU 4.902159 EUR
500 UYU 12.255397 EUR
1,000 UYU 24.510795 EUR
3,500 UYU 85.787782 EUR
5,000 UYU 122.553974 EUR
10,000 UYU 245.107947 EUR
100,000 UYU 2,451 EUR
Source XE.com | Last updated an hour ago

Conversion Rates EUR/UYU

1 EUR 40.798351 UYU
50 EUR 2,040 UYU
100 EUR 4,080 UYU
200 EUR 8,160 UYU
500 EUR 20,399 UYU
1,000 EUR 40,798 UYU
2,000 EUR 81,597 UYU
3,000 EUR 122,395 UYU
5,000 EUR 203,992 UYU
10,000 EUR 407,984 UYU
Source XE.com | Last updated an hour ago

Key facts about UYU and EUR

  • About the Uruguayan peso

    Name:
    Uruguayan peso
    Symbol:
    $U
    Minor unit:
    1/100 Centésimo
    Central Bank:
    Central Bank of Uruguay
    Country:
    Uruguay
  • 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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