Live USD to BRL conversion showing the most competitive exchange rates on the currency market.

1 USD = 3.1461 BRL

1 BRL to USD = 0.3179

Provider Best Rate Today Lowest Rate Today Notes
International Payment: Bank 3.0580 3.0360 Spreads Data from IMTI
International Payment: Independent 3.1178
3.0958 Only on Amounts over £2000
Cash/Travel: Airport Bureaux 3.0203 2.9838 Rather draw from an overseas
ATM in the local currency
Cash/Travel: Advance Booking 3.0989
3.0517 Home delivery, airport collection
Cash/Travel: High Street Providers 3.0203 2.9888
Cash/Travel: TravelFX 3.1178
3.0958 Online Exclusive

USD/BRL Live Chart and Data

Exchange Rate History For Converting US Dollar (USD) to Brazilian Real (BRL)

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Exchange Rate Today for Converting USD To BRL

Convert USD:
To BRL:
1
3.1461
10
31.4610
50
157.3050
100
314.6100
500
1,573.0500
1,000
3,146.1000
Convert USD:
To BRL:
2,500
7,865.2500
5,000
15,730.5000
7,500
23,595.7500
10,000
31,461.0000
50,000
157,305.0000
1,00,000
314,610.0000

Exchange Rate History for USD To BRL: 2017

January - 2017

SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
1

Open: 3.2515

Close: 3.2551

Mid: 3.2376

2

Open: 3.2509

Close: 3.2826

Mid: 3.2625

3

Open: 3.2823

Close: 3.2606

Mid: 3.2684

4

Open: 3.2627

Close: 3.2110

Mid: 3.2400

5

Open: 3.2120

Close: 3.1929

Mid: 3.2049

6

Open: 3.1957

Close: 3.2195

Mid: 3.2019

7

Open: 3.1957

Close: 3.2195

Mid: 3.2019

8

Open: 3.1957

Close: 3.2195

Mid: 3.2019

9

Open: 3.1970

Close: 3.1921

Mid: 3.2034

10

Open: 3.1949

Close: 3.1934

Mid: 3.1906

11

Open: 3.1945

Close: 3.1923

Mid: 3.1967

12

Open: 3.1943

Close: 3.1846

Mid: 3.1817

13

Open: 3.1855

Close: 3.2171

Mid: 3.1982

14

Open: 3.1855

Close: 3.2171

Mid: 3.1982

15

Open: 3.1855

Close: 3.2171

Mid: 3.1982

16

Open: 3.1765

Close: 3.2392

Mid: 3.2050

17

Open: 3.2402

Close: 3.2060

Mid: 3.2276

18

Open: 3.2079

Close: 3.2290

Mid: 3.2182

19

Open: 3.2276

Close: 3.1936

Mid: 3.2128

20

Open: 3.1933

Close: 3.1676

Mid: 3.1867

21

Open: 3.1933

Close: 3.1676

Mid: 3.1867

22

Open: 3.1933

Close: 3.1676

Mid: 3.1867

23

Open: 3.1641

Close: 3.1572

Mid: 3.1611

24

Open: 3.1615

Close: 3.1668

Mid: 3.1632

25

Open: 3.1672

Close: 3.1653

Mid: 3.1662

26

Open: 3.1684

Close: 3.1742

Mid: 3.1726

27

Open: 3.1734

Close: 3.1385

Mid: 3.1561

28

Open: 3.1734

Close: 3.1385

Mid: 3.1561

29

Open: 3.1734

Close: 3.1385

Mid: 3.1561

30

Open: 3.1309

Close: 3.1224

Mid: 3.1289

31

Open: 3.1246

Close: 3.1452

Mid: 3.1325

February - 2017

SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
1

Open: 3.1469

Close: 3.1275

Mid: 3.1423

2

Open: 3.1254

Close: 3.1206

Mid: 3.1188

3

Open: 3.1200

Close: 3.1134

Mid: 3.1191

4

Open: 3.1200

Close: 3.1134

Mid: 3.1191

5

Open: 3.1200

Close: 3.1134

Mid: 3.1191

6

Open: 3.0921

Close: 3.1126

Mid: 3.1087

7

Open: 3.1144

Close: 3.1208

Mid: 3.1152

8

Open: 3.1171

Close: 3.1104

Mid: 3.1176

9

Open: 3.1153

Close: 3.1260

Mid: 3.1176

10

Open: 3.1266

Close: 3.1082

Mid: 3.1183

11

Open: 3.1266

Close: 3.1082

Mid: 3.1183

12

Open: 3.1266

Close: 3.1082

Mid: 3.1183

13

Open: 3.1004

Close: 3.1082

Mid: 3.1105

14

Open: 3.1076

Close: 3.0852

Mid: 3.0971

15

Open: 3.0818

Close: 3.0524

Mid: 3.0729

16

Open: 3.0547

Close: 3.0843

Mid: 3.0686

17

Open: 3.0859

Close: 3.0978

Mid: 3.0924

18

Open: 3.0859

Close: 3.0978

Mid: 3.0924

19

Open: 3.0859

Close: 3.0978

Mid: 3.0924

20

Open: 3.0703

Close: 3.0844

Mid: 3.0836

21

Open: 3.0837

Close: 3.0931

Mid: 3.0866

22

Open: 3.0927

Close: 3.0635

Mid: 3.0813

23

Open: 3.0606

Close: 3.0573

Mid: 3.0620

24

Open: 3.0562

Close: 3.1069

Mid: 3.0784

25

Open: 3.0562

Close: 3.1069

Mid: 3.0784

26

Open: 3.0562

Close: 3.1069

Mid: 3.0784

27

Open: 3.1055

Close: 3.1081

Mid: 3.1010

28

Open: 3.1053

Close: 3.1098

Mid: 3.1048

March - 2017

SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
1

Open: 3.1056

Close: 3.0895

Mid: 3.1009

2

Open: 3.0854

Close: 3.1504

Mid: 3.1172

3

Open: 3.1539

Close: 3.1099

Mid: 3.1315

4

Open: 3.1539

Close: 3.1099

Mid: 3.1315

5

Open: 3.1539

Close: 3.1099

Mid: 3.1315

6

Open: 3.1103

Close: 3.1304

Mid: 3.1108

7

Open: 3.1347

Close: 3.1150

Mid: 3.1227

8

Open: 3.1168

Close: 3.1652

Mid: 3.1392

9

Open: 3.1596

Close: 3.1921

Mid: 3.1718

10

Open: 3.1905

Close: 3.1438

Mid: 3.1656

11

Open: 3.1905

Close: 3.1438

Mid: 3.1656

12

Open: 3.1905

Close: 3.1438

Mid: 3.1656

13

Open: 3.1471

Close: 3.1491

Mid: 3.1393

14

Open: 3.1497

Close: 3.1696

Mid: 3.1594

15

Open: 3.1647

Close: 3.0995

Mid: 3.1355

16

Open: 3.0989

Close: 3.1128

Mid: 3.1070

17

Open: 3.1171

Close: 3.0930

Mid: 3.1051

18

Open: 3.1171

Close: 3.0930

Mid: 3.1051

19

Open: 3.1171

Close: 3.0930

Mid: 3.1051

20

Open: 3.0917

Close: 3.0691

Mid: 3.0842

21

Open: 3.0682

Close: 3.0824

Mid: 3.0773

22

Open: 3.0842

Close: 3.0874

Mid: 3.0896

23

Open: 3.0852

Close: 3.1376

Mid: 3.1088

24

Open: 3.1335

Close: 3.1082

Mid: 3.1271

25

Open: 3.1335

Close: 3.1082

Mid: 3.1271

26

Open: 3.1335

Close: 3.1082

Mid: 3.1271

27

Open: 3.0997

Close: 3.1264

Mid: 3.1128

28

Open: 3.1234

Close: 3.1356

Mid: 3.1321

29

Open: 3.1369

Close: 3.1172

Mid: 3.1257

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For full historical data please visit: USD/BRL exchange rate history pages for the past 365 days
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