Historic Uzbekistani som Euro

Uzbekistani som euro history since 29/02/2024 until today (0 years). Search for UZS to EUR exchange rate history for a particular date, month or year.

is the currency (supplied by Central Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Euro the currency of Europe supplied by European Central Bank. The UZS EUR historical data can be seen on the Uzbekistani som euro historical chart.

30 January 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
31 January 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
01 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
02 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
05 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
06 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
07 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
08 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
09 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
12 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
13 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
14 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
15 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
16 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
19 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
20 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
21 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
22 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
23 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
26 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
27 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
28 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR
29 February 20241 UZS = 0.0001 EUR

25/02/2020: Introduction of New Large Denomination Banknotes

Uzbekistan introduced new 100,000 and 200,000 som banknotes to meet the requirements of the growing economy and reduce cash circulation.

08/02/2019: Exchange Rate Unification

Uzbekistan unified the official and black-market exchange rates, allowing for more transparency in currency transactions.

03/09/2018: Denomination of Uzbekistani Som

Uzbekistan announced a 1:10,000 denomination of the som, as part of ongoing currency reform.

05/09/2017: Floating Exchange Rate Regime

Uzbekistan transitioned to a floating exchange rate regime, allowing the Uzbekistani Som's value to be determined by market forces.

13/07/2015: Greek debt bailout agreement

A third bailout deal was reached between Greece and its creditors, avoiding a potential Greek exit from the Eurozone.

02/05/2010: Greek debt crisis

Greece's financial crisis threatened the stability of the Eurozone, requiring massive bailout packages to prevent a default.

15/10/2008: Global financial crisis

The Euro faced significant economic challenges following the collapse of Lehman Brothers, leading to a recession in many Eurozone countries.

01/05/2004: Eurozone expansion

10 more countries joined the Eurozone, bringing the total number of participating countries to 24.

01/01/2002: Euro banknotes and coins

Physical banknotes and coins in Euro were introduced, replacing national currencies in 12 European countries.

10/03/2001: Introduction of New Uzbekistani Som

Uzbekistan introduced a new som, with 1 new som equaling 1,000 old soms, as a result of currency reform.

01/01/1999: Introduction of the Euro

The Euro was officially introduced as an electronic currency for banking and financial transactions.

01/07/1994: Redenomination of Uzbekistani Som

Uzbekistan redenominated its currency, with 1 new som replacing 1,000 old soms to combat hyperinflation.

01/07/1993: Introduction of Uzbekistani Som

Uzbekistani Som (UZS) was introduced as the official currency of Uzbekistan after the country gained independence from the Soviet Union.

07/02/1992: The Maastricht Treaty

The treaty was signed, which officially established the European Union and laid the groundwork for the creation of the Euro.