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Currency Table From 1.00 USD

Last update was on February 23, 2018, 2:01 pm

United Arab Emirates Dirham : 3.672501

Afghan Afghani : 68.849998

Albanian Lek : 106.550003

Armenian Dram : 480.130005

Netherlands Antillean Guilder : 1.779669

Angolan Kwanza : 212.809998

Argentine Peso : 19.927999

Australian Dollar : 1.276399

Aruban Florin : 1.78

Azerbaijani Manat : 1.699599

Bosnia-Herzegovina Convertible Mark : 1.591404

Barbadian Dollar : 2

Bangladeshi Taka : 82.919998

Bulgarian Lev : 1.593202

Bahraini Dinar : 0.3767

Burundian Franc : 1750.97998

Bermudan Dollar : 1

Brunei Dollar : 1.316198

Bolivian Boliviano : 6.859646

Brazilian Real : 3.237496

Bahamian Dollar : 1

Bitcoin : 9.8e-5

Bhutanese Ngultrum : 64.249638

Botswanan Pula : 9.500702

New Belarusian Ruble : 1.9588

Belarusian Ruble : 19600

Belize Dollar : 1.997799

Canadian Dollar : 1.26916

Congolese Franc : 1565.501879

Swiss Franc : 0.93451

Chilean Unit of Account (UF) : 0.02177

Chilean Peso : 591.119995

Chinese Yuan : 6.331395

Colombian Peso : 2857

Costa Rican Colon : 566.900024

Cuban Convertible Peso : 1

Cuban Peso : 26.5

Cape Verdean Escudo : 89.599998

Czech Republic Koruna : 20.588101

Djiboutian Franc : 176.830002

Danish Krone : 6.05065

Dominican Peso : 49.23018

Algerian Dinar : 113.925003

Egyptian Pound : 17.639999

Eritrean Nakfa : 14.990054

Ethiopian Birr : 27.200001

Euro : 0.812301

Fijian Dollar : 1.996013

Falkland Islands Pound : 0.716402

British Pound Sterling : 0.71448

Georgian Lari : 2.456904

Guernsey Pound : 0.714535

Ghanaian Cedi : 4.453499

Gibraltar Pound : 0.716704

Gambian Dalasi : 46.830002

Guinean Franc : 9001.999884

Guatemalan Quetzal : 7.335954

Guyanaese Dollar : 205.059998

Hong Kong Dollar : 7.82289

Honduran Lempira : 23.478001

Croatian Kuna : 6.038298

Haitian Gourde : 63.840311

Hungarian Forint : 253.929993

Indonesian Rupiah : 13665

Israeli New Sheqel : 3.485701

Manx pound : 0.714535

Indian Rupee : 64.7668

Iraqi Dinar : 1184

Iranian Rial : 37209.999932

Icelandic Krona : 100.400002

Jersey Pound : 0.714535

Jamaican Dollar : 125.830002

Jordanian Dinar : 0.708035

Japanese Yen : 106.752998

Kenyan Shilling : 101.599998

Kyrgystani Som : 67.910004

Cambodian Riel : 4008.000374

Comorian Franc : 399.299988

North Korean Won : 900.000279

South Korean Won : 1075.109985

Kuwaiti Dinar : 0.299701

Cayman Islands Dollar : 0.820019

Kazakhstani Tenge : 319.859985

Laotian Kip : 8270.999841

Lebanese Pound : 1509.999896

Sri Lankan Rupee : 155.100006

Liberian Dollar : 129.770004

Lesotho Loti : 11.680165

Lithuanian Litas : 3.048697

Latvian Lats : 0.62055

Libyan Dinar : 1.331602

Moroccan Dirham : 9.202002

Moldovan Leu : 16.604976

Malagasy Ariary : 3114.999659

Macedonian Denar : 49.759998

Myanma Kyat : 1335.999915

Mongolian Tugrik : 2392.689941

Macanese Pataca : 8.053399

Mauritanian Ouguiya : 350.000274

Mauritian Rupee : 32.849998

Maldivian Rufiyaa : 15.569807

Malawian Kwacha : 716.330017

Mexican Peso : 18.550602

Malaysian Ringgit : 3.9129

Mozambican Metical : 61.450001

Namibian Dollar : 11.575025

Nigerian Naira : 359.000045

Nicaraguan Cordoba : 31.013497

Norwegian Krone : 7.86765

Nepalese Rupee : 103.524002

New Zealand Dollar : 1.368404

Omani Rial : 0.384805

Panamanian Balboa : 1

Peruvian Nuevo Sol : 3.243601

Papua New Guinean Kina : 3.238995

Philippine Peso : 51.770073

Pakistani Rupee : 110.510002

Polish Zloty : 3.387099

Paraguayan Guarani : 5581.299805

Qatari Rial : 3.639801

Romanian Leu : 3.7802

Serbian Dinar : 95.587601

Russian Ruble : 56.404301

Rwandan Franc : 840.880005

Saudi Riyal : 3.749935

Solomon Islands Dollar : 7.737396

Seychellois Rupee : 13.460176

Sudanese Pound : 17.9862

Swedish Krona : 8.17208

Singapore Dollar : 1.32106

Saint Helena Pound : 0.716702

Sierra Leonean Leone : 7629.999608

Somali Shilling : 561.999936

Surinamese Dollar : 7.419961

Sao Tome and Principe Dobra : 19910.599609

Salvadoran Colon : 8.749672

Syrian Pound : 514.97998

Swazi Lilangeni : 11.57301

Thai Baht : 31.420257

Tajikistani Somoni : 8.823302

Turkmenistani Manat : 3.41

Tunisian Dinar : 2.3918

Tongan Paanga : 2.212301

Turkish Lira : 3.785802

Trinidad and Tobago Dollar : 6.629505

New Taiwan Dollar : 29.245001

Tanzanian Shilling : 2242.999606

Ukrainian Hryvnia : 26.940001

Ugandan Shilling : 3650.000006

United States Dollar : 1

Uruguayan Peso : 28.469999

Uzbekistan Som : 8174.999783

Venezuelan Bolivar Fuerte : 28925.000238

Vietnamese Dong : 22739

Vanuatu Vatu : 106.449997

Samoan Tala : 2.515103

CFA Franc BEAC : 532.51001

Silver (troy ounce) : 0.060143

Gold (troy ounce) : 0.000751

East Caribbean Dollar : 2.702122

Special Drawing Rights : 0.690452

CFA Franc BCEAO : 532.51001

CFP Franc : 96.926987

Yemeni Rial : 249.899994

South African Rand : 11.577104

Zambian Kwacha (pre-2013) : 9001.198647

Zambian Kwacha : 9.729748

Zimbabwean Dollar : 322.355011 - 2017 - This website is the free currency converter tool where you can convert all currencies to all other currencies.

Have you ever wondered how can the conversion rates among the currencies are so dynamic where you they can change second by second? The foreign exchange market is the where large banks, multinational corporations, financial institutions, and governments participate in highly liquefies market in the world. Today, currency exchange market goes public which widen the participants as the any individuals can access the market of currency conversion through qualified exchange institutions or brokers.

Theoretically, currency conversion is formed by the trading between currencies. The trading is where you buy a certain amount of currency with another type of currency. The trading is purely run on the speculation, there is no certainty. The basic idea is like that you buy a foreign currencies and sell them out in the future when the value is increased by your speculation or expectation. The conversion trading is indeed run by countries, but the results will affect the international currency tradings as the tradings are closed at different time zones. The market of currency exchange last for five days a week, from Monday to Friday.

The currency conversion rates are highly influences the market. The future value of currencies will determine your buying and selling on currencies. As mentioned above the currency rate are changing over the time. It;s important for you to observe and study the trend of change and it;s variables before determining to sell or buy any currencies in order to maximize the profits and minimize the risks or loses.

Even though the market is highly based on speculation but we can trace the factors that affect the conversion rates of currencies. There are economic and political factors of countries that incredibly affect the conversion rates. The corresponding value of foreign currencies fluctuation depend on these factors.

The government's budget is perhaps the first variable that affect the conversion rates of a foreign currency. The countries currency increasing rates can be resulted or projected from the government's budget surplus. The budget surplus can only happen when the country's is exceeding its expenditures. Otherwise, the countries will be at budget stagnant or deficit and more debts, which decrease the currency rates.

The trade levels of a country will affect the currency rates. The surplus of trade which is derived from positive deviation between the higher export rate and lower import rate. The surplus can support the increasing currency values. If the trade level is deficit then the currency value can be weakened. You need to observe the trade level data of countries before deciding to trade certain foreign currencies.

You'll lso need to observe and study the inflation trends of the government. The purchasing power will be certainly reduced that can make the currency value decreasing. At this moment, the banks are expected to increase the interest rates to attract more saving and invests to balance the macro economy of the states. The inflation are not always bad for the conversion rates. However, you should observe the trend of inflation as it will affect the conversion. Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product(GNP), and other variables are certainly affecting the state's economic growth. The strong economic growth of a state will certainly boost the currency values as the increasing demand of this currency. You need to get updated about those variables before selling or buying any foreign currencies.

Here we go with unexpected and somehow unmeasured variable, political factors. The stability of a state will create positive or negative sentiment from the exchange market. The stability are indicating the power of a country to maintain economic growth, trading, and securing the investments. This power, even though hardly to be measured, will affect the conversion rate of a currency.

Another unmeasured factor is the currency trader's psychology. Beside the rational model of decision making, the traders who are humans, are getting influenced by any rumors, news, or other types of information. Traders tend to buy strong foreign currencies which increase the demand and currency value. Traders will sell those currencies as the get rumored or informed that those currencies' value is increased. Otherwise, when the supplies of the foreign currencies are excessive, the value will decrease along with the conversion rate.

You need to get well informed about the factors mentioned above before trading any foreign currencies. It can be concluded that even though the market is run by speculation, however, the trader determination can be observed, studied, projected even predicted. Of course we can handle factor which beyond the measurement, but we can stand on rational decision making process. Even you're using any brokers, its very important to study on your own about how the markets run. You understanding will help you determine which one currency you want ot buy or sell, or which broker will give you maximum profit and minimum loses.

You can periodically check the conversion rates among the foreign currencies. You can do some simulation while you're learning the trend of certain foreign currencies. For example, USD tends to stable to EURO, it's give you information to consider buy USD or sell your EURO. Foreign exchange is a dynamic source of conversion rates among the foreign currencies. There are many foreign currencies that will give various speculations and calculations. You need an updated currency converter to use any manual simulation of your trading.

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