Euro (EUR) Exchange Rates on 10th December 2019 (10/12/2019)

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Exchange rates for Euro (EUR)

Updated: 2019-12-10
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EUR GBP 0.8398 EUR to GBP 1.1908 GBP to EUR
EUR BGN 1.9559 EUR to BGN 0.5113 BGN to EUR
EUR HRK 7.441 EUR to HRK 0.1344 HRK to EUR
EUR CZK 25.5425 EUR to CZK 0.0392 CZK to EUR
EUR DKK 7.4724 EUR to DKK 0.1338 DKK to EUR
EUR HUF 330.9734 EUR to HUF 0.003 HUF to EUR
EUR KZT 428.2387 EUR to KZT 0.0023 KZT to EUR
EUR LVL 0.6691 EUR to LVL 1.4945 LVL to EUR
EUR LTL 3.2662 EUR to LTL 0.3062 LTL to EUR
EUR MKD 61.6321 EUR to MKD 0.0162 MKD to EUR
EUR MDL 19.3011 EUR to MDL 0.0518 MDL to EUR
EUR NOK 10.096 EUR to NOK 0.099 NOK to EUR
EUR PLN 4.2751 EUR to PLN 0.2339 PLN to EUR
EUR RON 4.7798 EUR to RON 0.2092 RON to EUR
EUR RUB 70.4359 EUR to RUB 0.0142 RUB to EUR
EUR SEK 10.5083 EUR to SEK 0.0952 SEK to EUR
EUR CHF 1.0958 EUR to CHF 0.9126 CHF to EUR
EUR TRY 6.3961 EUR to TRY 0.1563 TRY to EUR
EUR UAH 26.3168 EUR to UAH 0.038 UAH to EUR
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EUR ARS 66.5184 EUR to ARS 0.015 ARS to EUR
EUR BOB 7.6732 EUR to BOB 0.1303 BOB to EUR
EUR BRL 4.581 EUR to BRL 0.2183 BRL to EUR
EUR CAD 1.4664 EUR to CAD 0.6819 CAD to EUR
EUR KYD 0.9248 EUR to KYD 1.0814 KYD to EUR
EUR CLP 865.0155 EUR to CLP 0.0012 CLP to EUR
EUR COP 3788.0319 EUR to COP 0.0003 COP to EUR
EUR CRC 628.0635 EUR to CRC 0.0016 CRC to EUR
EUR DOP 58.6672 EUR to DOP 0.017 DOP to EUR
EUR SVC 9.7097 EUR to SVC 0.103 SVC to EUR
EUR FJD 2.4053 EUR to FJD 0.4158 FJD to EUR
EUR HNL 27.3216 EUR to HNL 0.0366 HNL to EUR
EUR JMD 155.4807 EUR to JMD 0.0064 JMD to EUR
EUR MXN 21.2913 EUR to MXN 0.047 MXN to EUR
EUR ANG 1.903 EUR to ANG 0.5255 ANG to EUR
EUR PYG 7147.8687 EUR to PYG 0.0001 PYG to EUR
EUR PEN 3.7494 EUR to PEN 0.2667 PEN to EUR
EUR TTD 7.4975 EUR to TTD 0.1334 TTD to EUR
EUR USD 1.1062 EUR to USD 0.904 USD to EUR
EUR UYU 41.9804 EUR to UYU 0.0238 UYU to EUR
EUR VEF 11.0477 EUR to VEF 0.0905 VEF to EUR
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EUR AUD 1.6184 EUR to AUD 0.6179 AUD to EUR
EUR BDT 94.0977 EUR to BDT 0.0106 BDT to EUR
EUR BND 1.5089 EUR to BND 0.6627 BND to EUR
EUR CNY 7.7844 EUR to CNY 0.1285 CNY to EUR
EUR INR 78.7088 EUR to INR 0.0127 INR to EUR
EUR IDR 15502.0926 EUR to IDR 0.0001 IDR to EUR
EUR JPY 120.1177 EUR to JPY 0.0083 JPY to EUR
EUR MYR 4.6027 EUR to MYR 0.2173 MYR to EUR
EUR MVR 17.0899 EUR to MVR 0.0585 MVR to EUR
EUR NPR 126.453 EUR to NPR 0.0079 NPR to EUR
EUR NZD 1.6862 EUR to NZD 0.5931 NZD to EUR
EUR PKR 171.9672 EUR to PKR 0.0058 PKR to EUR
EUR PGK 3.7774 EUR to PGK 0.2647 PGK to EUR
EUR PHP 56.2093 EUR to PHP 0.0178 PHP to EUR
EUR SCR 15.1582 EUR to SCR 0.066 SCR to EUR
EUR SGD 1.5042 EUR to SGD 0.6648 SGD to EUR
EUR KRW 1316.0951 EUR to KRW 0.0008 KRW to EUR
EUR LKR 201.0668 EUR to LKR 0.005 LKR to EUR
EUR TWD 33.699 EUR to TWD 0.0297 TWD to EUR
EUR THB 33.5717 EUR to THB 0.0298 THB to EUR
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EUR BHD 0.4172 EUR to BHD 2.3968 BHD to EUR
EUR EGP 17.852 EUR to EGP 0.056 EGP to EUR
EUR HKD 8.6579 EUR to HKD 0.1155 HKD to EUR
EUR ILS 3.839 EUR to ILS 0.2605 ILS to EUR
EUR JOD 0.7843 EUR to JOD 1.2751 JOD to EUR
EUR KWD 0.3358 EUR to KWD 2.9778 KWD to EUR
EUR LBP 1677.7656 EUR to LBP 0.0006 LBP to EUR
EUR OMR 0.426 EUR to OMR 2.3476 OMR to EUR
EUR QAR 4.0272 EUR to QAR 0.2483 QAR to EUR
EUR SAR 4.1482 EUR to SAR 0.2411 SAR to EUR
EUR AED 4.0631 EUR to AED 0.2461 AED to EUR
EUR YER 276.9265 EUR to YER 0.0036 YER to EUR
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EUR DZD 132.5138 EUR to DZD 0.0075 DZD to EUR
EUR KES 112.5185 EUR to KES 0.0089 KES to EUR
EUR MUR 40.3812 EUR to MUR 0.0248 MUR to EUR
EUR MAD 10.6879 EUR to MAD 0.0936 MAD to EUR
EUR NAD 16.2052 EUR to NAD 0.0617 NAD to EUR
EUR NIO 37.4333 EUR to NIO 0.0267 NIO to EUR
EUR NGN 400.9448 EUR to NGN 0.0025 NGN to EUR
EUR SLL 10785.0059 EUR to SLL 0.0001 SLL to EUR
EUR ZAR 16.1644 EUR to ZAR 0.0619 ZAR to EUR
EUR TZS 2541.5101 EUR to TZS 0.0004 TZS to EUR
EUR TND 3.1575 EUR to TND 0.3167 TND to EUR
EUR UGX 4089.0281 EUR to UGX 0.0002 UGX to EUR
EUR XOF 656.139 EUR to XOF 0.0015 XOF to EUR
EUR ZMK 9956.7274 EUR to ZMK 0.0001 ZMK to EUR

Euro (EUR)

1 euro is subdivided into 100 cents.

EUR is the currency code for the euro which is represented in accounting using the symbol €. The euro is an aggregate currency covering of the economies of the 17 countries of the eurozone, a subset of the 27 member European Union (EU). The currency itself directly impacts over 500 million people worldwide, including the 326 million population within the eurozone itself and the 175 million people that live in countries that either use the euro directly or live in countries where their local currency is pegged to the euro.

Coins used:
1c, 2c, 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, €1, €2

Banknotes used:
€5, €10, €20, €50, €100, €200, €500

Central Bank
European Central Bank


EURO Infographic
The 17 nations known as the eurozone consists of the following: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain. Beyond the borders of the eurozone the euro is also used as the currency within the seven Institutions of the European Union.

By pre-established agreement all but two countries within the EU will eventually adopt the euro automatically placing them within the eurozone. Countries, territories, and micro states that are not within the EU and yet use the euro directly are Montenegro, Kosovo, Andorra, San Marino, Monaco, Vatican City, Saint Pierre, Mayotte. Dhekelia, and Akrotiri. Countries such as Cuba, Syria, North Korea, and to a limited extent Zimbabwe. Each of these countries and others are increasingly using the euro as their preferred currency for trade.

Currently, the euro is the second most traded currency in the world, being involved in nearly 20% of all currency pair trades, trailing the United States Dollar at nearly 43%, double that of the Japanese Yen at 9.5%, and more than the sum total of all trades using the next 8 most traded currencies. This reliance upon and mainstreaming of the euro is steadily increasing primarily at the market share expense of the United States dollar.

While the economic impact of a currency is directly related to the overall money supply which includes both physical banknotes and coins in circulation along with other factors. The euro has surpassed the United States dollar when looking at actual value of physical currency in circulation. While this calculation is not oftentimes included in the evaluation of the economics behind a currency, having crossed this milestone in acceptance and use demonstrates the importance and presence of the euro worldwide.

The current GDP of the eurozone is 14.6% of worldwide GDP, in comparison to the United States which accounts for 19.7% of worldwide GDP. Once the entire EU is incorporated into the eurozone its GDP will surpass that of the United States and reach 21% of worldwide GDP. This large share of worldwide GDP and the theoretical benefits of a single currency representing a single block of eurozone countries was a primary driver for the initial formulation and adoption of the euro. The efficiencies, pricing parity, and transaction uniformity benefits actually achieved are currently being studied as the euro matures, finds increased acceptance, and has had a full decade in use.

Monetary policy affecting the eurozone is handled by the European Central Bank (ECB) through the Eurosystem, a collective of the ECB and the central bank from each eurozone member state, with the ECB formulating policy and each member central bank implementing that policy in their respective countries. The eurozone itself has political representation in the Economic and Financial Affairs Council (EcoFin), an economic and monetary policy body within the Council of the European Union, through an organization made up of each member state's finance minister, known as the Euro Group. The Euro Group has expanded its scope in response to the global financial and credit crisis that began 2007-2008 and now includes each eurozone member's head of state.

The efficiencies and desirability of the current trend of worldwide expansion and use of the euro is the subject of debate amongst economists. While it is currently the second largest reserve currency in the world, the trend, prior to the economic crisis that began in 2007, was that the euro would equal if not surpass the importance of the US dollar. As of 2012 this acceleration of acceptance and use of the euro has tapered and the precise future of the Euro in its current form is now under review. According to Jack straw, a former British foreign secretary, the euro cannot retain its current form. This insight has come to light and has been supported in the worldwide credit and sovereign debt crisis, which has its roots in the recession and worldwide credit bubble collapse that began in 2007. This being the first major test of the euro, a relatively young currency having only been established in 2002.

The euro is unique and not like any other currency in the world as it is a single currency that is an aggregation and representation of the economies within 17 sovereign nations. These sovereign nations, who have subjected their economic and monetary policy sovereignty to a single entity, the European Central Bank (ECB). While the ECB and the currency itself functions as a single unit covering all of the nations as an aggregate called the eurozone, the disparity in the underlying economies and economic and fiscal decisions within each sovereign government affects the whole. For example, all sovereign eurozone member states were to adhere to specific economic and fiscal guidelines, yet even Germany and France who together represent 48% of GDP for the eurozone in 1998 had not adhered to the guidelines for several consecutive years.

As of 2012 the eurozone has no penalties nor enforcement provision to require member states to adhere to the original treaty nor procedural criteria for removal of a state from the eurozone. This lack of control over sovereign nations and the willingness of these nations to subject themselves further to eurozone rules and guidelines, with there resulting political impact on the leaders of each country, has yet to be seen. The long term and crisis tested political willingness to subject local sovereign state policy to that of the eurozone as a whole is further complicated given the ECB's primary mandate being to maintain low inflation without regard to economic growth and job creation. This is in juxtaposition to the United States central bank, the Federal Reserve which has a combined mandate of low inflation, employment, and sustained growth. This is not to say that the euro will ever fully disintegrate, but that its administration, underlying treaties, and ECB control will likely significantly change as the euro evolves.

Other References
Wikipedia article on Euro
Traveling to Europe and Converting Dollars To Euros
Encyclopedia page about Euro Live Currency Converter for EUR

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