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Lithuanian Litas (LTL) Exchange Rates on 01st April 2020 (01/04/2020)



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Exchange rates for Lithuanian Litas (LTL)

Updated: 2020-04-01
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LTL BHD 0 LTL to BHD 0 BHD to LTL
LTL EGP 0 LTL to EGP 0 EGP to LTL
LTL HKD 0 LTL to HKD 0 HKD to LTL
LTL ILS 0 LTL to ILS 0 ILS to LTL
LTL JOD 0 LTL to JOD 0 JOD to LTL
LTL KWD 0 LTL to KWD 0 KWD to LTL
LTL LBP 0 LTL to LBP 0 LBP to LTL
LTL OMR 0 LTL to OMR 0 OMR to LTL
LTL QAR 0 LTL to QAR 0 QAR to LTL
LTL SAR 0 LTL to SAR 0 SAR to LTL
LTL AED 0 LTL to AED 0 AED to LTL
LTL YER 0 LTL to YER 0 YER to LTL
Updated: 2020-04-01
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LTL DZD 0 LTL to DZD 0 DZD to LTL
LTL KES 0 LTL to KES 0 KES to LTL
LTL MUR 0 LTL to MUR 0 MUR to LTL
LTL MAD 0 LTL to MAD 0 MAD to LTL
LTL NAD 0 LTL to NAD 0 NAD to LTL
LTL NIO 0 LTL to NIO 0 NIO to LTL
LTL NGN 0 LTL to NGN 0 NGN to LTL
LTL SLL 0 LTL to SLL 0 SLL to LTL
LTL ZAR 0 LTL to ZAR 0 ZAR to LTL
LTL TZS 0 LTL to TZS 0 TZS to LTL
LTL TND 0 LTL to TND 0 TND to LTL
LTL UGX 0 LTL to UGX 0 UGX to LTL
LTL XOF 0 LTL to XOF 0 XOF to LTL
LTL ZMK 0 LTL to ZMK 0 ZMK to LTL

Lithuanian Litas (LTL)

Sign Lt
1 Lithuanian Litas is subdivided into 100 centu.

The LTL is the currency code for the Lithuanian litas. The litas being the official currency of Lithuania, issued by the Bank of Lithuania, and symbolized in monetary transactions by "Lt". The plural of one litas is litai or lit? and each litas is subdivided into 100 centas with the singular being one centu. The symbol for the centas is "ct".

Coins used:
1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 cent?, 1, 2, 5 litai

Banknotes used:
10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 litu

Central Bank
Bank of Lithuania
http://www.lb.lt
The Bank of Lithuania is the central bank of Lithuania and as such is the sole issuer of the currency, responsible for its circulation, and momentary polices that affect its value. The Bank of Lithuania is a recognized part of the European System of Central Banks and therefore Lithuania is not within the eurozone. Though with this current association, the future absorption of the LTL into the euro is inevitable. This explains the fact that the LTL is currently pegged in value to the euro and the Bank of Lithuania has as its primary policy mandate, price stability, a mandate consistent with future inclusion into the eurozone. With the current inflation rate in Lithuania, the exact date of euro adoption has yet to be determined because prior to inclusion an applicant country must have inflation levels that meet the eurozone requirements.

The dominations of minted coins currently in circulation in Lithuania are comprised of the following unit values: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, and 50 cent?, as well as 1, 2, and 5 litai. These coins have all been minted in the state owned Lithuanian Mint since 1992. The banknotes of the LTL are issued as 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, and 500 lit?. All of these notes have been in circulation since 1993 except for the Lt 200 and Lt 500 which were first placed into circulation in 1997.

Other References
Wikipedia article on Lithuanian Litas

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