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About the ZMW to EUR exchange rate

Today's ZMW-EUR Commentary

The current ZMW-EUR rate is as we're writting quite close to its highest value of the last fourteen days. The highest level during this period was ZMW 1 = EUR 0.0582 (it is now only 0.73% less than that), attained last Friday. The high value of the ZMW-EUR exchange rate is in stark contrast with the recent much lower value (ZMW 1 = EUR 0.055) recorded last Monday, when sending 4,000 ZMW for example only gave you 219.86 EUR (the same amount is equal to 231.08 EUR at the moment).

Conversion Rates ZMW/EUR

1 ZMW 0.05777 EUR
50 ZMW 2.888509 EUR
100 ZMW 5.777018 EUR
200 ZMW 11.554036 EUR
500 ZMW 28.885089 EUR
1,000 ZMW 57.770178 EUR
3,500 ZMW 202.195624 EUR
5,000 ZMW 288.850892 EUR
10,000 ZMW 577.701783 EUR
100,000 ZMW 5,777 EUR
Source XE.com | Last updated 14 hours ago

Conversion Rates EUR/ZMW

1 EUR 17.309969 ZMW
50 EUR 865.498454 ZMW
100 EUR 1,731 ZMW
200 EUR 3,462 ZMW
500 EUR 8,655 ZMW
1,000 EUR 17,310 ZMW
2,000 EUR 34,620 ZMW
3,000 EUR 51,930 ZMW
5,000 EUR 86,550 ZMW
10,000 EUR 173,100 ZMW
Source XE.com | Last updated 14 hours ago

Key facts about ZMW and EUR

  • About the Zambian kwacha

    Name:
    Zambian kwacha
    Symbol:
    ZK
    Minor unit:
    1/100 Ngwee
    Central Bank:
    Bank of Zambia
    Country:
    Zambia
  • 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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