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NZD - BRL - NZD

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New Zealand dollar and Brazilian real.

NZD / BRL converter


ECB excange rates
17 November 2017

NZD exchange rate today:

1 NZD = 0.4459 BRL

BRL exchange rate today:

1 BRL = 2.2424 NZD

Brazilian real
New Zealand dollar

Convert NZD to BRL.
$ 1 NZD = R$ 2.24 BRL
$ 2 NZD = R$ 4.48 BRL
$ 5 NZD = R$ 11.21 BRL
$ 10 NZD = R$ 22.42 BRL
$ 20 NZD = R$ 44.85 BRL
$ 50 NZD = R$ 112.12 BRL
$ 100 NZD = R$ 224.24 BRL
$ 200 NZD = R$ 448.49 BRL
$ 500 NZD = R$ 1121.22 BRL
$ 1000 NZD = R$ 2242.44 BRL

New Zealand dollar
Brazilian real

Convert BRL to NZD.
R$ 1 BRL = $ 0.45 NZD
R$ 2 BRL = $ 0.89 NZD
R$ 5 BRL = $ 2.23 NZD
R$ 10 BRL = $ 4.46 NZD
R$ 20 BRL = $ 8.92 NZD
R$ 50 BRL = $ 22.30 NZD
R$ 100 BRL = $ 44.59 NZD
R$ 200 BRL = $ 89.19 NZD
R$ 500 BRL = $ 222.97 NZD
R$ 1000 BRL = $ 445.94 NZD

What is NZD

The New Zealand dollar is the currency of New Zealand. NZ dollar is divided into 100 cents. It is normally written with the dollar sign $ or NZ$ and often informally called the Kiwi. It is one of the 10 most-traded currencies in the world. According to Merrypenny money calculator the most popular rate is NZ dollar to USD, but also New Zealand dollar to Philippine peso and Indian rupee, not to mention AUD and pounds. NZ$ is also currency of Cook Islands alongside Cook Islands dollar, Niue, Ross Dependency, Tokelau, and Pitcairn Islands (UK). Find out more what is NZD...

What is BRL

The real is the present-day currency of Brazil. Brazilian real is in plural reais, and symbolized by the 'R$" sign. The real of Brazil is officially subdivided into 100 units called centavos (hundredths). The currency is managed and issued by the Central Bank of Brazil who, as the primary monetary authority throughout Brazil, sets monetary policy with a stated focus on managing price stability. Find out more what is BRL...

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