Today's EUR/CHF exchange rate in real time

EUR/CHF = 0.9826
+0.0001 ( + 0.01 % )

04:18:20 - Streaming data
Previous close (06/12/2022 time 23:55): 0.9825

Trend Chart Euro / Swiss Franc

Historical exchange rate data Euro / Swiss Franc

Day Month Year
Today's maximum: 0.9830 Monthly Maximum: 0.9840 Yearly Maximum: 1.0548
Today's minimum: 0.9825 Monthly Minimum: 0.9799 Annual Minimum: 0.9439
Today's average rate: 0.9827 Average rate this month: 0.9821 Average annual rate: 1.0030

Master data of Euro

Instrument Currency
Currency CHF
Market Instrument type
FX Swiss Franc Exchange 

Conversion Euro / Swiss Franc

Today 1 Euro is worth 0.9826 Swiss Franc. In the table below you will find the conversions of some sums of money, updated in real time, to give you a better idea of the value of the Euro and its relationship to Swiss Franc. If you are interested in knowing the equivalent value in Swiss Franc of a more specific amount, you can use our currency converter EUR/CHF. You can also use the form to change your Euro to Swiss Franc immediately with our currency exchange service: just click 'Change now' and register with on the next screen. This is how our service works.

Conversion table Euro / Swiss Franc

Euro Swiss Franc
100.00 98.26
1'000.00 982.60
3'000.00 2'947.80
5'000.00 4'913.00
13'000.00 12'773.80
17'000.00 16'704.20
55'000.00 54'043.00
130'000.00 127'738.00

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The Euro and how it works

The Euro is the official currency of the Eurozone, i.e. all those countries in the European Union that have decided to adopt the single currency (currently 19 out of 27). It is also used by some non-EU countries, namely the Vatican City, San Marino, Monaco, Andorra, Montenegro and Kosovo, and the British military bases at Akrotiri and Dhekelia on the island of Cyprus.

All Euro coins
The complete set of Euro coins, including 1- and 2-cent coins

The Euro officially entered into circulation on 1 January 2002, after a period of flanking local currencies (with the exception of Germany, which has never adopted the "mixed system"). However, its debut on the markets predates this date: the single currency was created on 1 January 1999 by a communiqué of the European Council of Ministers. The European Council decided the exchange rates between the euro and national currencies. For Italy, the exchange rate was 1 euro = 1936.27 Italian lire.

The name "Euro" was decided by the Madrid European Council in 1995. It replaced the acronym ECU (European Currency Unit), which had been used in the preliminary stages but was not very popular because of linguistic problems. Among others, the "German cow dilemma" had arisen: "ein ECU", in fact, sounded very similar to "eine Kuh", "a cow.

All Euro banknotes in denominations from 5 to 500
All current Euro banknotes, including 500 Euro banknotes

As per the ISO 4217 standard, which determines codes for defining currency names, Euro has the abbreviation EUR. The currency can also be represented by a special glyph (€), possibly designed by the graphic artist Alain Billiet. The final choice was made by the then President of the European Commission Jacques Santer and the European Commissioner responsible for the Euro, Yves-Thibault de Silguy.

A Euro is made up of 100 cents. The coins have values of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 cents and 1 and 2 Euro. They all feature a common effigy on one side and a choice of the minting country on the other. The paper banknotes, on the other hand, have shared designs, each dedicated to a different architectural theme, and are available in denominations of €5, €10, €20, €50, €100 and €200 (the €500 banknotes will no longer be issued from 2019). They also bear the signature of the current President of the ECB .