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On the 15th December 2014 the spot inter-bank market saw:

Open: 1 USD = 6.2834 VEF

Close: 1 USD = 6.2916 VEF

Average: 1 USD = 6.2856 VEF

Lowest: 1 USD = 6.2831 VEF

Highest: 1 USD = 6.2881 VEF


Today's Live Us Dollar into Venezuelan bolivar Exchange Rate

Spot: 1 USD = 0.0000 VEF

Independent Provider: 1 USD = 0.0000

Avge. UK Bank International Payment: 1 USD = 0.0000 VEF

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USD/VEF Conversion Table History

See below quick comparision table showing how the most popular currency requirements for the Us Dollar / Venezuelan bolivar exchange rate conversions on the 15th of December compared.

Us Dollars into Venezuelan bolivars Venezuelan bolivars into Us Dollar Date
1 USD = 6.2916 VEF 0.1589 USD = 1 VEF on 15/12/2014
5 USD = 31.4580 VEF 0.7945 USD = 5 VEF on 15/12/2014
10 USD = 62.9160 VEF 1.5890 USD = 10 VEF on 15/12/2014
15 USD = 94.3740 VEF 2.3835 USD = 15 VEF on 15/12/2014
20 USD = 125.8320 VEF 3.1780 USD = 20 VEF on 15/12/2014
25 USD = 157.2900 VEF 3.9725 USD = 25 VEF on 15/12/2014
50 USD = 314.5800 VEF 7.9450 USD = 50 VEF on 15/12/2014
100 USD = 629.1600 VEF 15.8900 USD = 100 VEF on 15/12/2014
500 USD = 3,145.8000 VEF 79.4500 USD = 500 VEF on 15/12/2014
1000 USD = 6,291.6000 VEF 158.9000 USD = 1000 VEF on 15/12/2014
2500 USD = 15,729.0000 VEF 397.2500 USD = 2500 VEF on 15/12/2014
5000 USD = 31,458.0000 VEF 794.5000 USD = 5000 VEF on 15/12/2014
10000 USD = 62,916.0000 VEF 1,589.0000 USD = 10000 VEF on 15/12/2014
25000 USD = 157,290.0000 VEF 3,972.5000 USD = 25000 VEF on 15/12/2014
50000 USD = 314,580.0000 VEF 7,945.0000 USD = 50000 VEF on 15/12/2014
100000 USD = 629,160.0000 VEF 15,890.0000 USD = 100000 VEF on 15/12/2014
250000 USD = 1,572,900.0000 VEF 39,725.0000 USD = 250000 VEF on 15/12/2014
500000 USD = 3,145,800.0000 VEF 79,450.0000 USD = 500000 VEF on 15/12/2014
1000000 USD = 6,291,600.0000 VEF 158,900.0000 USD = 1000000 VEF on 15/12/2014

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