Today, the currency rate of the United Arab Emirates Dirham (AED) is 0.27 United States Dollars (USD), 22.46 Indian Rupees (INR), 73.31 Pakistani Rupees (PKR), 35.93 Nepalese Rupees (NPR), and 14.83 Philippine Pesos (PHP). This rate is effective as of February 12, 2023.
|Emirati Dirham AED||1.00 AED|
|Chinese Yuan Renminbi||1.851278|
|Hong Kong Dollar||2.137370|
|New Zealand Dollar||0.430711|
|Romanian New Leu||1.250702|
|Saudi Arabian Riyal||1.021103|
|South African Rand||4.875869|
|South Korean Won||345.209215|
|Sri Lankan Rupee||99.417417|
|Taiwan New Dollar||8.224932|
The AED has been steadily appreciating against other major currencies in recent years. This appreciation has been driven by the UAE’s improved economic outlook, as well as its efforts to diversify its economy away from oil. This has made the AED a reliable and attractive currency for investors.
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In addition, the UAE has a strong trade relationship with many countries, including India, Pakistan, Nepal, and the Philippines. This has allowed the AED to remain stable against these currencies, despite fluctuations in global markets.
The AED is an important currency in the Middle East and is used in many countries. It is also widely used in Dubai and other major cities in the UAE. As such, the AED remains an attractive investment option for those looking to diversify their portfolios.