The price of the Euro in Egyptian banks today on 5 May 2021

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The price of the Euro in Egyptian banks today on 5 May 2021

The price of Euro in the Egyptian banks today

There has been a noticeable decline in the price of the European Euro on Wednesday, May 5, 2021, with its price in the Central Bank reaching 18.75 pounds for purchase and 19.88pounds for sale. These prices differed in various Egyptian banks, with the highest purchase price recorded at 18.80 pounds in ADIB Bank and the lowest price for sale at 18.88 EGP in The National Bank Of Egypt.

 

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Price of the Euro in Egyptian Banks

 

Alex Bank:

 

Purchase Price: 18.70 EGP

Sale Price: 18.94 EGP

 

Arab African International Bank:

 

Purchase Price: 18.73 EGP

Sale Price: 18.91 EGP

 

CIB:

 

Purchase Price: 18.71 EGP

Sale Price: 18.89 EGP

 

Bank Alahli:

 

Purchase Price: 18.70 EGP

Sale Price: 18.88 EGP

 

Banque Misr:

 

Purchase Price: 18.72 EGP

Sale Price: 18.88 EGP

 

Credit Agricole:

 

Purchase Price: 18.74 EGP

Sale Price: 18.91 EGP

 

ABK Bank:

 

Purchase Price: 18.74 EGP

Sale Price: 18.91 EGP

 

 

The highest purchase price for EURO recorded at 18.80 pounds in ADIB Bank and the lowest price for sale at 18.88 EGP in The National Bank Of Egypt.

 

 

 BLOM Bank:

 

Purchase Price: 18.74 EGP

Sale Price: 18.97 EGP

 

Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank:

 

Purchase Price: 18.80 EGP

Sale Price: 18.91 EGP

 

EG Bank:

 

Purchase Price: 18.74 EGP

Sale Price: 18.91 EGP

 

Arab Bank:

 

Purchase Price: 18.72 EGP

Sale Price: 18.89 EGP

 

HSBC:

 

Purchase Price: 18.74 EGP

Sale Price: 19.02 EGP

 

NBK:

Purchase Price: 18.74

Sale Price:  18.90
 

The Euro is the second most popular currency in the world after the US Dollar, used in 19 countries of the European Union. Some European and non-European countries use it as their official currency while others as their unofficial currency; examples include:

 

· The City of Melilla and Ceuta in Morocco

· Mayotte, Comoros

· State of Kosovo

· Montenegro

· Zimbabwe

 

Official dealing of the Euro began in January 2002 in the European Union