Swedish Krona

(EUR/SEK) 0,24%
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Exchange rate Swedish Krona (SEK)

  • Last quote10,5201
  • Last quote (time)14:10
  • Difference0,0248
  • Difference %0,24%
  • Open10,4949
  • Close (previous trading day)10,4954
  • Day High (delayed)10,5257
  • Day Low (delayed)10,4901
  • Year High10,8507
  • Year Low 10,1256

Historical exchange rate Swedish Krona (€)

  • Date1 € = units
  • 18-07-201910,4950
  • 17-07-201910,5127
  • 16-07-201910,5262
  • 15-07-201910,5319

Swedish Krona (SEK) exchange rate

1 SEK = Units 1 Unit = SEK
US Dollar 0,1067 9,3711
British Pound 0,0852 11,7384
Euro 0,0951 10,5201
Japanese Yen 11,4893 0,0870
Swiss Franc 0,1048 9,5378

Swedish Krona

The Swedish crown is abbreviated in international trade with the letters SEK. The exchange rate Swedish krona euro is mainly influenced by the euro. Although Sweden does not officially accept the euro, the Swedish krona exchange rate is important for its trade.

The SEK euro price can be calculated via the SEK euro converter. Transferring money in euros between and from Swedish accounts is done at no extra cost, just as between other accounts in the euro zone. It may be advantageous to keep an eye on the exchange rate for the Swedish krona euro rate if you have to make a large amount. A small change in the price can result in a large saving or additional costs when converting Swedish krona.

Swedish Krona to Euro

Although Sweden is part of the European Union, the country chooses not to be part of the euro. As a result, the exchange rate Swedish krona euro is an important indicator for the economy of Sweden and for anyone who trades with the country. In 1995 Sweden decided to join the European Union during its accession to the European Union, but during a referendum in 2003, the people decided that the Swedish krona should be retained.