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Today’s Currency Rates from the ECB

Below is displayed information on currency rates, provided by the European Central Bank.









Today's Currency Rates Against the Euro

CodeCurrencyECB RateChange
AUDAustralian dollar1.42190.00590.4132
BGNBulgarian lev1.95580.00000.0000
BRLBrazilian real3.36830.00870.2576
CADCanadian dollar1.44130.00810.5589
CHFSwiss franc1.06800.00210.1962
CNYChinese yuan renminbi7.36660.02990.4042
CZKCzech koruna26.93300.02600.0966
DKKDanish krone7.43690.00120.0161
GBPPound sterling0.83720.00200.2383
HKDHong Kong dollar8.31900.03600.4309
HRKCroatian kuna7.45750.00250.0335
HUFHungarian forint314.18000.68000.2169
IDRIndonesian rupiah14,249.740066.36000.4635
ILSIsraeli shekel3.93660.00160.0406
INRIndian rupee69.11850.31900.4594
JPYJapanese yen116.72000.44000.3756
KRWSouth Korean won1,215.07005.86000.4800
MXNMexican peso20.14590.05210.2579
MYRMalaysian ringgit4.70610.01960.4148
NOKNorwegian krone9.24780.03580.3886
NZDNew Zealand dollar1.52770.00240.1569
PHPPhilippine Peso53.30600.11600.2171
PLNPolish zloty4.27270.01390.3264
RONRomanian leu4.54370.00320.0705
SEKSwedish krona9.63900.01870.1944
SGDSingapore dollar1.49480.00610.4064
THBThai baht36.79000.14100.3818
TRYTurkish lira3.90010.00660.1689
USDUS dollar1.06980.00470.4374
ZARSouth African rand14.05870.06950.4919

What are currency rates?

A currency rate is the cost of one unit of a certain currency in relation to that of another currency. Currency rates are set by the central bank which exerts some form of control over the currency via the monetary policy it sets, taking into account established international common practice and legislative norms.

How and who sets the currency rates?

In Europe, for example, the rate for the euro against other currencies is set each day following a concertation procedure, whereby national banks which form part of the ECB, coupled with central banks from outside of Europe, set a rate for currencies against the euro.

How often are the ECB rates updated?

Rates are set following the concertation procedure at 15:15 EET each day and published on the ECB website shortly afterwards. As such the rates reflect the average market price at that time. Due to the rates being an average of the rate of buying and selling, they differ from the market rate. Private credit organisations and banks set their own rates by buying currency at less than the rate indicated by the ECB and selling it for more than the rate set by the ECB.

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