Australian Dollar

(EUR/AUD) 0,31%
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Exchange rate Australian Dollar (AUD)

  • Last quote1,6216
  • Last quote (time)01:49
  • Difference0,0050
  • Difference %0,31%
  • Open1,6215
  • Close (previous trading day)1,6166
  • Day High (delayed)1,6219
  • Day Low (delayed)1,6210
  • Year High1,6784
  • Year Low 1,5275

Historical exchange rate Australian Dollar (€)

  • Date1 € = units
  • 21-05-20191,6215
  • 20-05-20191,6165
  • 19-05-20191,6178
  • 18-05-20191,6246
  • 17-05-20191,6246
  • 16-05-20191,6213

Australian Dollar (AUD) exchange rate

1 AUD = Units 1 Unit = AUD
US Dollar 0,6885 1,4525
British Pound 0,5418 1,8458
Euro 0,6167 1,6216
Japanese Yen 76,1383 0,0131
Swiss Franc 0,6961 1,4366

The Australian Dollar

The Australian dollar is one of the most traded currencies in the world. The Australian dollar exchange rate is an important indicator of the global economy. More than six percent of all international transactions take place with the Australian dollar. The Australian dollar exchange rate is not fixed, although in the past the dollar has been linked to the British pound and the US dollar.

Convert Australian dollar euro

It is easy to convert the Australian dollar to the euro with the exchange calculator. For this we use the most actual exchange rate. The ratio of the Australian dollar to the euro is interesting, partly due to the high interest rates in Australia and an aloof government. The Australian dollar value can also be calculated against other currencies.

Convert Australian dollar euro

The Australian dollar is the currency of Australia. The currency is also used as an official means of payment in the neighboring countries of Tuvalu, Nauru and Kiribati, all of which are located in the Pacific Ocean. The official abbreviation is AUD. Paper money is available as 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 dollar bills. The coin money is divided into 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents and 1, and 2 dollars. There were also notes of 1 and 2 dollars but they are no longer in use. The official abbreviation for the Australian dollar is AUD.