Exchange Rates Table
|1 VUV =||1||0.012||0.012||0.008||0.952||0.007||0.009|
|1 AUD =||81.023||1||0.969||0.674||77.152||0.548||0.75|
|1 CAD =||83.599||1.032||1||0.696||79.605||0.566||0.774|
|1 EUR =||120.196||1.483||1.438||1||114.453||0.813||1.113|
|1 JPY =||1.05||0.013||0.013||0.009||1||0.007||0.01|
|1 GBP =||147.797||1.824||1.768||1.23||140.736||1||1.369|
|1 USD =||107.967||1.333||1.291||0.898||102.809||0.731||1|
Vanuatu vatu (VUV)
The Vatu, denoted by VUV or sometimes Vt, is the official currency of Vanuatu. Introduced after independence in 1982, the currency replaced the New Hebrides Franc and the Australian Dollar.
The Vatu is a unit on its own and has never been split into hundredths or any other subdivisions. The currency holds such low value because it was designed to be similar in value to the CFP franc (XPF) that is used in New Caledonia and French Polynesia.
The Vatu's value floats, but is presumed to be pegged to a fixed but confidential basket of currencies.
Sovereign Ratings for Vanuatu
Vanuatu is not rated.
What does it look like?
Australian dollar (AUD)
The Australian dollar, denoted by AUD or A$, is the official currency of the Commonwealth of Australia (including the Australian Antarctic Territory, Christmas Island, Cocos Islands, Heard Island and McDonald Islands as well as the independent Pacific island states of Kiribati, Nauru and Tuvalu). The AUD is sometimes called the "Aussie" and locally, the "Pacific Peso."