Nicaragua Cordoba

(EUR/NIO) 0,20%

Exchange rate Nicaragua Cordoba (NIO)

  • Last quote41,0004
  • Last quote (time)09:48
  • Difference0,0800
  • Difference %0,20%
  • Open40,9205
  • Close (previous trading day)40,9205
  • Day High (delayed)41,1122
  • Day Low (delayed)40,9094
  • Year High43,2336
  • Year Low 40,9094

Historical exchange rate Nicaragua Cordoba (€)

  • Date1 € = units
  • 19-10-202140,920460
  • 18-10-202140,822597
  • 17-10-202140,762452
  • 16-10-202140,771314
  • 15-10-202140,771314
  • 14-10-202140,744619
  • 13-10-202140,825370

Nicaragua Cordoba (NIO) exchange rate

1 NIO = Units 1 Unit = NIO
US Dollar 0,0283 35,2819
British Pound 0,0206 48,5932
Euro 0,0244 41,0004
Japanese Yen 3,2418 0,3085
Swiss Franc 0,0262 38,1504

Nicaragua Cordoba

The most important source of income for Nicaragua is agriculture. For example, the country exports bananas, coffee, sugar and tobacco. Tourism and the service sector are emerging in the country. The Nicaragua cordoba value has been updated several times. In 1987, for example, the new cordoba was introduced as a replacement for the old one with a ratio of 1 to 1,000. In 1991, the Nicaragua cordoba exchange rate was again adjusted. This time with a ratio of 1 to 10,000,000.

Convert Nicaragua cordoba to euro

For the fast conversion of Nicaragua cordoba to euro, the exchange rate can be used. calculator. This automatically uses the last rate Nicaragua cordoba euro. The most current exchange rate Nicaragua cordoba can be found in the currency exchange rate overview. In addition to the last ratio Nicaragua cordoba euro, the cordoba can also be used against other currencies

Did you know

The Nicaragua cordoba is the currency of Nicaragua. In the international payment system, the currency is indicated by the letter NIO. Coins that are now used are 5, 10, 25 and 50 centavo and 1, 2, 5 and 10 cordoba. 1 cordoba is 100 centavo. Banknotes are available in denominations 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1,000 cordoba. The coin was first introduced in 1912 and is named after Francisco Hernandez de Córdoba, one of the Spanish conquerors of Nicaragua. Cordoba is also called peso in the vernacular.