One of the most used and stable currencies in the world is the AED, often known as the United Arab Emirates Dirham. The AED currency rate is currently holding strong as of today, February 16, 2023, with a USD/AED conversion rate of 0.272294.
|Emirati Dirham||1.00 AED|
|Chinese Yuan Renminbi||1.867770|
|Hong Kong Dollar||2.137341|
|New Zealand Dollar||0.434531|
|Romanian New Leu||1.249072|
|Saudi Arabian Riyal||1.021103|
|South African Rand||4.943699|
|South Korean Won||351.385924|
|Sri Lankan Rupee||99.390834|
|Taiwan New Dollar||8.252831|
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The United Arab Emirates Dirham (AED) is the official currency of the United Arab Emirates. As of February 16, 2023, the exchange rates for AED against three major currencies are as follows:
- AED to Indian Rupee (INR) – 1 AED equals 22.53 INR
The Indian Rupee is the currency of India and is widely traded in the foreign exchange market. As per the current exchange rate, 1 AED is equivalent to 22.53 INR, indicating that the AED is stronger than the INR. This means that if you are exchanging AED for INR, you will receive a larger amount of INR in return for the same amount of AED.
- AED to United States Dollar (USD) – 1 AED equals 0.27 USD
The United States Dollar is the most traded currency in the world and is often used as a benchmark currency for other currencies. As per the current exchange rate, 1 AED is equivalent to 0.27 USD, indicating that the AED is weaker than the USD. This means that if you are exchanging AED for USD, you will receive a smaller amount of USD in return for the same amount of AED.
- AED to Pakistani Rupee (PKR) – 1 AED equals 71.94 PKR
The Pakistani Rupee is the currency of Pakistan and is widely traded in the foreign exchange market. As per the current exchange rate, 1 AED is equivalent to 71.94 PKR, indicating that the AED is stronger than the PKR. This means that if you are exchanging AED for PKR, you will receive a larger amount of PKR in return for the same amount of AED.
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It is important to note that exchange rates are subject to change, and the rates mentioned here may not be the same at a later point in time. The exchange rates are affected by various factors, including the economic and political conditions of the countries, inflation, interest rates, and market demand and supply.