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Antigua and Barbuda - XCD
Foreign exchange guide to Antigua and Barbuda and the East Caribbean Dollar (XCD)
The above interactive chart shows the USD to XCD exchange rate, trend and recent alerts for the last 90 days.
USD/XCD 10 year historic rates & change to 21-Sep-2020 : 2.7026
U$10,000 USD = X$27,026 XCD
Converted at USD/XCD interbank rate,
The domestic currency in Antigua and Barbuda is the East Caribbean Dollar.
The three letter currency code for the East Caribbean Dollar is XCD — symbol is X$.
It is the domestic currency in
Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and The Grenadines.
No, the East Caribbean Dollar is freely available and convertible. See guide: What is a closed currency?
Antigua and Barbuda is a nation known for its beaches, and a quick look at the map will tell you why that is true. Many of the beaches are in coves, protected from rough surf and perfect for snorkeling, diving, and other water sports. But Antigua (pronounced an-TEE-ga) offers more than beaches.
Corrugated coasts cradle hundreds of perfect little strands lapped by beguiling enamel-blue water, while the sheltered bays have provided refuge for everyone from Admiral Nelson to buccaneers and yachties. If you can tear yourself away from that towel, you'll discover that there’s a distinct English accent to this island. You'll find it in the bustling capital of St John's, in salty-glamorous English Harbour, and in the historic forts and other vestiges of the colonial past. Yet, Antigua is also quintessential Caribbean, full of candy-coloured villages, a rum-infused mellowness and bright-eyed locals that greet you with wide smiles.
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