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On the 24th July 2012 the spot inter-bank market saw:

Open: 1 USD = 0.8253 EUR

Close: 1 USD = 0.8293 EUR

Average: 1 USD = 0.8266 EUR

Lowest: 1 USD = 0.8257 EUR

Highest: 1 USD = 0.8276 EUR


Today's Live US Dollar into Euro Exchange Rate

Spot: 1 USD = 0.8497 EUR

Independent Provider: 1 USD = 0.8438 EUR

Avge. UK Bank International Payment: 1 USD = 0.8164 EUR

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USD/EUR Conversion Table History

See below quick comparision table showing how the most popular currency requirements for the US Dollar / Euro exchange rate conversions on the 24th of July compared.

US Dollars into Euros Euros into US Dollar Date
1 USD = 0.8293 EUR 1.2058 USD = 1 EUR on 24/07/2012
5 USD = 4.1465 EUR 6.0290 USD = 5 EUR on 24/07/2012
10 USD = 8.2930 EUR 12.0580 USD = 10 EUR on 24/07/2012
15 USD = 12.4395 EUR 18.0870 USD = 15 EUR on 24/07/2012
20 USD = 16.5860 EUR 24.1160 USD = 20 EUR on 24/07/2012
25 USD = 20.7325 EUR 30.1450 USD = 25 EUR on 24/07/2012
50 USD = 41.4650 EUR 60.2900 USD = 50 EUR on 24/07/2012
100 USD = 82.9300 EUR 120.5800 USD = 100 EUR on 24/07/2012
500 USD = 414.6500 EUR 602.9000 USD = 500 EUR on 24/07/2012
1000 USD = 829.3000 EUR 1,205.8000 USD = 1000 EUR on 24/07/2012
2500 USD = 2,073.2500 EUR 3,014.5000 USD = 2500 EUR on 24/07/2012
5000 USD = 4,146.5000 EUR 6,029.0000 USD = 5000 EUR on 24/07/2012
10000 USD = 8,293.0000 EUR 12,058.0000 USD = 10000 EUR on 24/07/2012
25000 USD = 20,732.5000 EUR 30,145.0000 USD = 25000 EUR on 24/07/2012
50000 USD = 41,465.0000 EUR 60,290.0000 USD = 50000 EUR on 24/07/2012
100000 USD = 82,930.0000 EUR 120,580.0000 USD = 100000 EUR on 24/07/2012
250000 USD = 207,325.0000 EUR 301,450.0000 USD = 250000 EUR on 24/07/2012
500000 USD = 414,650.0000 EUR 602,900.0000 USD = 500000 EUR on 24/07/2012
1000000 USD = 829,300.0000 EUR 1,205,800.0000 USD = 1000000 EUR on 24/07/2012

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