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

1 USD = 102.0940 KES

1 KES to USD = 0.0098

Provider Best Rate Today Lowest Rate Today Notes
International Payment: Bank 99.2354 98.5207 Spreads Data from IMTI
International Payment: Independent 101.1752
100.4605 Only on Amounts over £2000
Cash/Travel: Airport Bureaux 98.0102 96.8259 Rather draw from an overseas
ATM in the local currency
Cash/Travel: Advance Booking 100.5626
99.0312 Home delivery, airport collection
Cash/Travel: High Street Providers 98.0102 96.9893
Cash/Travel: TravelFX 101.1752
100.4605 Online Exclusive

Exchange Rate History For Converting US Dollar (USD) to Kenyan Shilling (KES)

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Exchange Rate Today for Converting USD To KES

Convert USD:
To KES:
1
102.0940
10
1,020.9400
50
5,104.7000
100
10,209.4000
500
51,047.0000
1,000
102,094.0000
Convert USD:
To KES:
2,500
255,235.0000
5,000
510,470.0000
7,500
765,705.0000
10,000
1,020,940.0000
50,000
5,104,700.0000
1,00,000
10,209,400.0000

Exchange Rate History for USD To KES: 2017

January - 2017

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Open: 100.9230

Close: 101.5350

Mid: 101.2445

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Open: 101.6020

Close: 101.8540

Mid: 101.7045

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Open: 101.9480

Close: 102.0230

Mid: 101.9550

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Open: 101.9480

Close: 102.0230

Mid: 101.9550

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Open: 101.9480

Close: 102.0230

Mid: 101.9550

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Open: 102.9980

Close: 101.9530

Mid: 102.2465

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Open: 102.0710

Close: 102.0250

Mid: 101.8765

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Open: 101.9400

Close: 101.8660

Mid: 101.8195

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Open: 101.9290

Close: 102.2740

Mid: 101.9395

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Open: 102.0730

Close: 101.9890

Mid: 102.0265

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Open: 102.0730

Close: 101.9890

Mid: 102.0265

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Open: 102.0730

Close: 101.9890

Mid: 102.0265

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Open: 102.9900

Close: 102.0630

Mid: 102.3840

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Open: 102.0860

Close: 101.9960

Mid: 102.0575

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For full historical data please visit: USD/KES exchange rate history pages for the past 365 days
For full historical data please visit: USD/KES exchange rate history pages for the year 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012

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